Frankfurt Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral situated in Frankfurt, Germany. It is the largest religious building in the city and it is dedicated to Saint Bartholomew. The Gothic cathedral was built in the 16th century but has been renovated and restored since, most recently in the 1950s after World War Two. The cathedral was an important part of the Roman Empire with coronation ceremonies held there. The spire of the cathedral is a key part of the city's skyline. The cathedral is a popular religious place in the city.
You can get to the cathedral by taking the U-Bahn to ‘Dom/Romer’ which is served by U4 and U5 lines.
Opening Times and Admission
The cathedral and its tower are open to the public daily, April to October 9am-6pm and November to March 10am-5pm. Admission to the cathedral is free but there is a fee of 3 euros for adults and 1 euro for concessions to go up the cathedral’s tower.