Römer is a city hall building in the German city, Frankfurt. The building has been the city hall building of Frankfurt for over 600 years. In the 15th century, the city’s council wanted a new city hall building and instead of building a completely new building they bought and converted two townhouses and created the city hall you see today. The medieval converted townhouses are beautiful in there setting, as well as meeting rooms for the local council, the city hall buildings have large halls that are used for events. A notable hall at the city hall building is the Emperor's Hall.
The city hall is situated in the city centre. The 11 and 12 trams stop near the city hall at the ‘Romer’ stop. The U-Bahn also stops close to the city hall at the ‘Dom/Romer’ stop, the U4 and U5 lines travel there.
Opening Times and Admission
The building is only open to visitors for city hall and event purposes.