Jewish Frankfurt on foot

Guided city walk for groups


Two hour theme walk to Frankfurt's history and cultural life

Frankfurt has been characterised by Jewish culture and heritage for hundreds and hundreds of years. Up until 1933, the metropolis on the River Main had been home to Germany’s second-largest Jewish community, right behind Berlin. Today, Frankfurt boasts the country’s third-largest Jewish population, with Jewish culture having become as significant as in the old days. There are a number of noteworthy places across the city that typify the deep bond existing between Frankfurt and its Jewish heritage. These locations are of course an integral part of our “Jewish Frankfurt” tour. Come and learn more about some of Frankfurt’s famous former Jewish residents, their contribution to the city’s cultural life, and Frankfurt’s rich and multicultural past.

Meeting point:
In front of the main entrance of St. Paul’s Church, Paulsplatz

Tour locations:

  • Römerberg (Old Town Centre)
  • St. Paul's Church
  • Saalgasse
  • Weckmarkt
  • Dom
  • Staufenmauer
  • Fahrgasse
  • Battonnstraße (old jewish cemetery)
  • Memorial Place Börneplatz
Tour conclusion:
Museum Judengasse (without inside viewing)


Tip: Visit the Jewish Museum and the Museum Judengasse