Frankfurt historical tour and city walk

Frankfurt Am Main city walk
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The first mention of Frankfurt in official history records dates to 794 AD. It was noted that Franconovurt, or ‘City of the Franks’, was the meeting place for an important ecclesiastical council of Franconian noblemen led by Emperor Charlemagne (Charles the Great).

The Frankfurt historical tour guide and city walk covers the entire history of the city, The city has for centuries been a hot spot for political struggles, trade and commerce, wars, despair and prosperity, and this shows when you explore the historical parts of the city.

The guide to Frankfurt Am Main

The guide to Frankfurt will lead you through the historical part of the city, and it includes detailed descriptions of 27 of the most important sites and buildings, and will guide you through the entire city covering the entire history from ancient times to present day.

Historical map

The historical guide to Frankfurt uses a GPS powered map which will give you an overview of the city, and will make sure you will always be able to find the historical sites you are looking for.

Description of 27 historical important places

27 of the historically important places in Frankfurt are described in detail in the guide. The descriptions of the places are given in text, pictures from present day and from the past times and markings of the specific places on a map is included.

The history of Frankfurt Am Main

The guide also provides a detailed description covering the entire known history span of the city, from when it was founded to present day.


By using TTS, short for “Text To Speech,” the guide will act as an audio guide and will read the texts out loud to you. The functionality uses the built in TTS voice of your device, meaning that the size of the guide app is kept low.

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