Recommendation by Lemi
The Römer has served as Frankfurt’s town hall since 1405. It’s iconic three-gabled facade introduces the medieval complex, composed of several buildings and courtyards. The Kaisersaal (“Emperor’s Hall”) is the most famous room, originally built to be the official seat of the council. In 1612, it was used as a banquet hall to celebrate the crowning of Emperor Matthias. Today, it continues to be the principal venue for formal receptions and ceremonies. It swanks a large balcony that opens up to the Römerberg. It’s free to visit every day, but it’s closed whenever there’s an event.
Römerberg 23, Frankfurt, Germany