This cobblestone square in the old town has been a hub of Frankfurt life since the 9th century.
It's served as a venue for many of the city's most important events, from imperial elections and medieval jousting to public executions and Christmas fairs.
Here are found historic buildings including the Old Nikolai Church, St. Paul's Church and the structure from which the square takes its name -- the exquisite Römer, home of Frankfurt's city government for more than 600 years. The Imperial Hall displays the portraits of the 52 Holy Roman emperors.
Due south of the square is the Frankfurt History Museum, highlighted by the permanent collection, "Collectors and Donors of Frankfurt," which features the private art and artifact collections of a dozen well-known Frankfurters.
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The reconstruction of the square shows how it was before the war. Making it one of the most iconic and beautiful squares in Frankfurt. However be aware that it is a major tourist attraction, and you can expect to pay tourists prices in the area. Be smart and aware of your surroundings.
Here is city hall since 1405. When I was there very lively and enjoyable place! It was like entertainment region. You can find a lot snacks. Some people sing songs. There are many souvenir shops around.
A very iconic place in Frankfurt am Main.. I went there on Christmas time and its packed with Christmas Markets.. there are lots of people, but still bearable.. nevertheless very pleasant place n definitely a must visit!
This is a beautiful square. It gets a little tight around the Christmas market, but at other times, the square is bordered by great restaurants and shops. Be critical of the souvenir vendors in that area. I couldn't distinguish if what they were offering were uniquely German items.