One-hour guided tours with certified Frankfurt guides in and around St. Paul's Church in the footsteps of the freedom movement.
The years 1848/49 are an important milestone on Germany's path to democracy: on 18 May 1848, the first German National Assembly met in Frankfurt and created the basis for a democratic constitution. This is the 175th anniversary of this event!
Discover places that bear witness to the drive for freedom and the revolutionary year of 1848. The traces will lead you right through the new old town.
Römerberg (brief liberal and democratic prehistory).
Neue Altstadt/ Hühnermarkt Stoltze monument (Friedrich Stoltze as an example of a participant in the Vormärz and a convinced Frankfurt democrat)
Braubachstraße/ Steinernes Haus (history of the Steinernes Haus as a meeting place)
Paulskirche (history of the assembly with everyday proceedings and the history of the first constitution and the failure of the revolution)