Please Note: This tour is now operated by Grey Line Frankfurt Sightseeing.
About The Frankfurt Sightseeing Tour:
The Frankfurt Sightseeing open-top bus tour is your panoramic podium over this rich and diverse German finance capital. As well as being the home of the European Central Bank, Frankfurt boasts a huge collection of museums, cultural venues and public parks.
With a total of 16 stops across 2 two sightseeing routes this hop-on hop-off bus tour encompasses every key district from Museumsufer to the historic Altstadt on the northern banks of the River Main. Included alongside the main bus tour is a guided walking tour of medieval Römerberg. This is a hop-on hop-off service which offers great-value, convenient transport ideal for a full days sightseeing.
- All Year Round, Daily.
On December 24th the tours run until 14:00. On January 1st the tours start at 12:00.
- Digital Audio: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Chinese, Arabic and Korean.
Tour Times / Frequency:
Express Tour: 10:00 to 17:00, every 20-30 minutes.
Skyline Tour: 10:30*, 12:30, 14:30 and 16:30*.
*Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday only at 12:30 and 14:30.
- Various, see Map Download.
- Express Tour: 1 Hour.
- Skyline Tour: 2 Hours.
- Adult tickets aged 16+ years.
- Child tickets aged 5-15 years.
- Family tickets 2 adults 3 children.
Children under 5 travel free.
Route 1 | 'Express' Sightseeing Tour:
The first bus route is the classic 'Express Tour', which takes in the western portions of the city before crossing the River Main into the pleasant waterfront street of Schaumainkai, where the Museumsufer (Museum Embankment) is located. Be sure to check out the Staedel Art Museum and the Old Opera House, also called 'Alte Oper' in the local tongue.
Route 2 | 'Skyline' Sightseeing Tour:
For essential highlights which include Frankfurt Zoo and the renowned Hauptwache Plaza hop aboard the 'Skyline Tour', which frequents the city's east end. Along the route you'll catch a view of the Eschenheim Tower, one of Frankfurt's key landmarks dating back to the early fifteenth century.