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Without any exaggeration, this place is great! It is fascinating to be in and to think that this place was the first parliment in Germany. The building looks great in the night. And the ambiance inside is old and feels nice.
We visited the Alte Oper Frankfurt (Old opera house) twice while travelling through Frankfurt as tourists.
We saw two visiting orchestras, firstly the Berlin Philharmonic and then the Luxembourg Philharmonic. Both concerts were excellent! The hall is very large and as tickets were quite expensive...More
You cannot miss it when in the city, situated next to Goethestrasse and Fressgass', surrounded by good restaurants and boutiques. See classic performances or Jazz sessions, sound is good, restaurant upstairs is good
Loraine, which concert are you going to? At least there is a "Abendkasse" which opens 1 hour before each concert where you can purchase last minute tickets. Should be possible to deposit already paid tickets there as well... More
Loraine, which concert are you going to? At least there is a "Abendkasse" which opens 1 hour before each concert where you can purchase last minute tickets. Should be possible to deposit already paid tickets there as well... Regards, Ralf
Hi I have a layover of about 9 hours in Frankfurt on a Sunday. I will arrive Frankfurt at 12.00 noon and will depart at 9.00 pm. Taking into account immigration and custom clearance, I will have about 5 hours in Frankfurt. I plan to take the S-Bahn from Frankfurt Airport to the Main Train Station (Hauptbahnhof) and deposit my carry-on in a locker along track 23 of the Main Train Station. I intend to purchase the "All day collective ticket" costing 15 euros. My plan is to visit the...More
September 07, 2014|
Response fromHolger B|
Hi, yes all the sights would be within walking distance from the main station. For the way to Frankfurt I would stay in the S - Bahn for two more stations until Hauptwache. After visiting the Städel you could also take bus no. 46 back to main station, if you don't feel like walking. The bus operates every 30 mins on Sunday. However it is also only a 15 mins walk to main station. Holger