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"My wife and I will be visiting Frankfurt in September. If we caught a tram to Hochst, can the area be explored on foot? We will not have a car. Thanks" (posted 06/15/2015)

Sorry for the delay. Yes you can explore the area by foot. The old town is only a 8 minutes walk from the tram station and a walk to the river Main is only 12 minutes. Best regards Sascha Gräper
Answer provided by Sascha Gräper on 06/22/2015
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Hi, You can use the S-Bahn (S1 and S2) to maximum and explore the area on foot. Every 15 minutes you can choose one often the S-bahn, brgds Filippos
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Höchst (Frankfurt am Main) Overview

In contrast to most other Stadtteile, Höchst is an old historical city (with town privileges since 1355) and is still the most important subcenter in the western part of Frankfurt (Frankfurt vacation rentals | Frankfurt travel guide). Until 1987 Höchst was the administration seat of an independent Landkreis. Höchst is now the center of the Stadtbezirke (administrative district) Frankfurt-West with 120,000 residents.

Things to See in Höchst (Frankfurt am Main)

St. Joseph's Church


Neues Theater Höchst

Kronberger Haus

The Bolongaro Palace

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More about the History of Höchst (Frankfurt am Main)

Höchst is first mentioned in 790 as Hostat (meaning high site or high place). The name has nothing to do with the Hostato Saga regarding the Knight Hostato, who after being the only one to survive a battle was given the site by Charlemagne in thanks for his bravery. On February 11, 1355 Höchst received its town privileges by emperor Charles IV. In a charter from January 12, 1356 Charles IV gave additional privileges to Höchst including the right to hold markets every Tuesday.

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Höchst is a district of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It is part of the Ortsbezirk West, and is subdivided into 4 Stadtbezirke. Höchst am Main became part of Frankfurt am Main in 1928 together with its boroughs Sindlingen, Unterliederbach and Zeilsheim. It is situated 10 km west of downtown Frankfurt on the north bank of the Main river at the Nidda River estuary.

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