Every Thursday, the area opposite the Bockenheimer Warte in the heart of the university district is taken over by market traders, students and local residents out on the hunt for fresh fruit and vegetables. A number of snack bars offer a variety of different snacks for those who just can't wait. The underground station is easy to find and the entrance hall consists of an old train carriage.
- Nearest Train: Bockenheimer Warte
- Venue Description:
The Bockenheim watchtower is the only one of Frankfurt's Medieval towers without a fortified courtyard and water system. Constructed in 1434-35, the building acted as the lookout tower along the road that leads to Cologne. The Gothic tower, which was built in a cylindrical form, has a pyramid shaped roof and battlements. The half-timbered guard house is octagonal in shape and was accessible only by retractable steps. If need be, a large number of defenders could take cover in the room. There is a market at the foot of the tower once a week.