- Explore the new artistic side of this multi-cultural neighborhood.
- Try a popular triangular snack that is typical street food in India.
- Find out why there is no station in the station district.
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Walking Tour Frankfurt Bahnhofsviertel: From an infamous red light district to a trendy hotspot
When the main station was built on Kaiser Street in 1888, Bahnhofsviertel was already considered the most elegant residential neighborhood in Frankfurt. However, the station district radically changed into a destitute area in the second half of the 20th century, marked by a high crime rate, an open drug scene, and a red light district with numerous brothels.
Today, the Bahnhof district has a high proportion of offices, retail spaces, and restaurants. Due to the multi-cultural population, there are many foreign grocery stores. Kaiser and Münchener streets are trendy and chic, and hip shops with a focus on new gastronomy ideas are becoming more popular here. However, only one street over on Taunus street can you still find a troubled drug scene.
Come with us on a culinary tour through this small neighborhood directly in front of Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof. Experience the vibrant urban life and taste the delicious cuisine. Our culinary partners are waiting for you!
Delicious food samples:
- a singing market stand
- a Turkish bakery
- a popular Currywurst shop
- an Afghan food market
- an Indian delicatessen
- a smiling pizzeria
- a healthy fast food shop
For most, the food samples are enough to constitute a full lunch. Please inform us of any special dietary requirements (vegetarian, diabetic etc). We will try to tailor our tour accordingly.
Please Note: The tour is not suitable for vegans, people with lactose or gluten intolerance, or those with nut allergies.
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33 Euro per ticket, 16,50 Euro for children under 12 years
Thursdays and Saturdays, all year round
We highly recommend taking our food tours at the beginning of your visit.
Until one hour before the tour starts.
roughly three hours
Near Frankfurt main station (Precise meeting point follows booking.)
The tour will take place under all weather conditions.
comfortable clothes and shoes are recommended
All food samples (enough for a meal) and an eat-the-world district guide.
There is no minimum number of participants.
English and German
We taste on the go and are not seated.