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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We enjoyed walking along the Main and across this bridge, with excellent views to Frankfurt. I'm not sure the bridge itself is a huge drawcard, but as it is close to other key attractions, I think it's worth crossing the Main, here and seeing all...More

Thank Perpetual_Student_NZ
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

nice place to see and must visit if you visit Frankfurt. Especially in good weather. Recommand to go on a sailing.

Thank gudbjorgkr
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Crossing this pedestrian bridge is a Frankfurt MUST! The view is spectacular. The contrasting elements of the Alstadt with modern skyscrapers towering above the Main River makes for a very pleasant walk. Highly recommend.

Thank db7477
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It's a nice walk with some good photo spots along the way. Not the most amazing attraction ever, but still a nice visit.

Thank Mindy P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Interesting with pretty views if you are in the vicinity of Römer and the Cathedral. I would not make an effort to go out of the way to see it though. On a nice day it is nice to cross the bridge and stroll down...More

Thank TravelingJ2014
Reviewed 14 June 2018

It's not an amazing experience but it's a nice bridge for a stroll. You get good views of the city and I'm not sure where else you could kill some time.

Thank TXtourst
Reviewed 14 June 2018

Pedestrian crossing that provides lovely views of Frankfurt on the north and Sachsenhausen on the south shore. Pleasant strolling in good weather on both sides. Ridiculous love-locks have invaded here, like on so many bridges.

Thank RebeccaPeter
Reviewed 8 June 2018

The Eiserner Steg (as it's name suggests) is an iron bridge connecting Alt Stadt (old town) Frankfurt with Sachsenhausen across the Main River. The steel cantilever bridge is pedestrian-only, and offers nice views of medieval Frankfurt ringed by high-rise skyscrapers (especially dramatic at sunrise and...More

Thank Carol A S
Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

Get to see the beautiful river Main and the stunning scenery of Frankfurt on either side. Not to mention all the padlocks

Thank katrinam838
Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile

A Must in Frankfurt - close to the Römer - Nice views with the Skyline in the back - Foto Attraktion - See the Ships going under the Bridge

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Rebecca B
18 February 2017|
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Response from Bryan N | Reviewed this property |
No unfortunately not. You can go to the kaufhof galleria first in the citycentre and buy there one for example.
4 August 2016|
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Response from adrian p | Reviewed this property |
The bridge is not the Eiffel Tower, so if you're in Hahn Airport, don't even bother. From Frankfurt Airport it's a 10 minute S-Bahn ride, but be sure to buy a day or 5 people day ticket so you can move around and get back... More
7 January 2016|
Response from adrian p | Reviewed this property |
From the NH walk down to Konstablerwache square and either get on Tram 12....to the Roemer....see the beautiful square and walk on to the river. The bridge is on your right. If you prefer walking. .....just walk about 6-7... More