The S and Metro station is located under the main station. Take the subways 4 and 5 directly to the 'Römer / Paulsplatz'. Alternatively, you can take also the S-Bahn lines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9 to 'Hauptwache'. The walk from the main station to the Römerberg is approx. 20 minutes.
There are numerous car parks in the city center of Frankfurt Main. It is advisable to use the parking guidance system.
S-Bahnen (suburban trains) in the direction of Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof (Frankfurt main station) start every few minutes from the regional station in the basement of the airport.
End of November until shortly before Christmas
The Christmas market in Frankfurt Main against the backdrop of 'Römer' and countless half-timbered houses is one of the most beautiful in Germany. An eye-catcher is the huge Christmas tree.
The Christmas market offers a large number of Christmas decorated market stalls (about 240) and culinary specialties like 'Brenten', 'Bethmännchen' and 'Quetschemännchen' – typical Frankfurt baked goods. One of the greatest admirers of Alt-Frankfurt Christmas snacks was Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the German poet.
Selected art works from the Ore mountains (Erzgebirge), candles, puppets, Christmas tree ornaments, Nutcrackers and Tin toys can be bought. The selection is large and affordable for all people.
Multiple carousels are waiting for the younger visitors. On 6 December comes Santa Claus.
Three times a day (9.05, 12.05 und 17.05 Uhr), visitors can listen to the carillion of the old Nikolai Church (Nikolaikirche).
Tip: A trip in a historic stagecoach around the Christmas market. Departure: every quarter hour at the stop 'Brewing Bach Straße'.
The Christmas market Frankfurt Main is one of the oldest Christmas markets in Germany (it was first mentioned in historic sources in 1393).
Merry Christmas. Enjoy your trip.
Escape Address: Römerberg 2, 60311, Frankfurt am Main, Hesse, Germany
The 'Bethmännchen' are a Frankfurt bakery speciality. Small balls are formed from a marzipan dough made from ground almonds, icing sugar and rosewater. They will be decorated with three halved almonds, glazed with egg yolk and baked. Very tasty!
Visit Frankfurt's only high-rise building with a public observation deck and restaurant – the Main Tower. A look from 200 meters over the city of Frankfurt is a real experience. Here there is information about prices and opening: hours:http://www.maintower.de/de/AngebotefuerBesucher
The Frankfurt Zoo is open 365 days a year. He is the second oldest Zoo in Germany after the Berlin Zoo. The Zoo is located on the eastern border of the city centre.