Thousands of love locks on Eiserner Steg
The Eiserner Steg is a footbridge leading over the river Main in the city of Frankfurt, Germany, which connects the centre of Frankfurt with the district of Sachsenhausen. The first bridge of wrought iron was built in the year of 1868. Now lovers come to this bridge to hang a colourful padlock as a symbol of their love

You don’t have any bucketlist. Want to create new? Yes

Help others find us by voting us up
Contact details
Google Reviews

It is really nice place one should visit.It is interesting to note that many German peoples hang lock at the bar and put the key in the river with some faith! ( or blind faith?) It is quite interesting. Some peoples in group sing songs/play music etc.One should have a evening walk on it.

My female companion thought it was a romantic place. I didn't, because too many people. It still looked nice, tho. 4 stars because it serves its purpose well (getting people across that river).

To be honest, I don't understand why this bridge is a showplace at all. It is just a bridge! Not more. Yes, this place has good location, and I enjoyed the walk on this bridge, but i see nothing that makes exactly this bridge so special. And finally it looks quite boring, just like many many other bridges.

It's one of the attractions of Frankfurt, nice view over the river. If you wanna come with your loved one, bring a padlock 😉

We've never put our own love lock on here, but do enjoy seeing everyone else's locks.

Share your experience
no experiences shared
Top Bucketlists
Bucket listed 1 times
Top Districts