Travel Spotlight – Romerberg, Frankfurt Germany

Located across the street from Frankfurt’s city hall complex, the Römer, sit’s the gingerbread houses known as Römerberg. These historic timber-framed buildings recall the romance of Germany’s past through their old world, yet iconic style. While the originals were destroyed in World War II, the current houses were faithfully reconstructed according to the originals.

Fountain of Justice


By: Matt Long

Matt has a true passion for travel. As someone who has a bad case of the travel bug, Matt travels the world in order to share tips on where to go, what to see and how to experience the best the world has to offer.

5 thoughts on “Travel Spotlight – Romerberg, Frankfurt Germany”

  1. We went there just a few months ago. I was surprised to see old looking stuff in Frankfurt. I always think of Frankfurt as being so totally modern as to have none of this.

  2. Germany as a travel destination is so underrated. Thank you Matt for doing your bit to address the problem.

  3. Frankfurt is not my favorite city in Germany, but I love the Römer, it feels like a quaint little German village in the middle of the city.

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