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The Beauty of Frankfurt and the Rhine

Experience the contrasting diversity of the city of Frankfurt, where history subtly blends with modernity, and the spectacular landscape of the Rhine valley. Begin your day with a guided tour of the historical heart of the city, where you will find the famous mediaeval city hall, Romer, and traverse the famous Hauptwache square, home to Hauptwache building, where the Statwehr militia was based. Explore the 14th century cathedral where German Emperors were once crowned and the St Paul’s church, the first seat of parliament, the Old Opera and Zeil Street, the ideal place for a shopping spree. Discover as well the impressive modern banking quarter of Frankfurt, with some of the tallest skyscrapers in Europe and home to the European Central Bank. It is then time to relax as you leave the city behind and continue your journey to the Rhine River Valley, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This magnificent natural area is renowned for its terraced vineyards on steep valley sides where wine has been produced for over a thousand years. In this picturesque countryside you will marvel at the many imposing mediaeval castles perched on almost every hilltop and the pretty villages snuggled among the hills. As you cruise along the river aboard a Rhine steamer to the town of Kaub, you can sit back and lose yourself in the outstanding scenery of the valley. On arrival, you get the chance to taste the local wine at a small tavern and feast upon a traditional meal at a delightful riverside restaurant. Experience the contrasting diversity of the city of Frankfurt, where history subtly blends with modernity, and the spectacular landscape of the Rhine valley. Begin your day with a guided tour of the historical heart of the city, where you will find the famous mediaeval city hall, Romer, and traverse the famous Hauptwache square, home to Hauptwache building, where the Statwehr militia was based. Ex Meeting/pick-up point:Wiesenhuettenstr. 39, 60329 Frankfurt (close to central station/opposite Hotel Savoy). Start/opening time: At 10am. End/closing time: At 9pm.Languages: German and English. For the city tour, audio guide available in German, English, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Arabian, Italian, Hindi and Portuguese and French.