Frankfurt can be called one of the most modern and technologically advanced cities in Germany without exaggeration. Most of the architectural monuments that you will see during the sightseeing excursion in English were rebuilt after destructions in the Second World War. The historical appearance of the former Frankfurt can be observed during an excursion to Römer Square. In addition to the unique Gothic buildings of the XIV-XVI centuries, there is the main symbol of the city - the Town Hall, as well as the picturesque Fountain of Justice. The old opera that was opened during the reign of William II is also worth including in your excursion route. With a English-speaking guide, you can go on a trip to religious monuments (Frankfurt Cathedral, St. Justinian's Church) or visit one of the many local museums. 1001guide advises fans of gastronomic adventures to visit Gluttony Lane. In addition to many restaurants with different cuisine and prices, there are apple and wine taverns offering their guests to taste the famous Apfelwein cider.