From the main station: Walk out of the main entrance. Cross the road in front of you with the tram stop and enter into KAISERSTR. (pedestrian zone), take the 1st street (MOSELSTR) to the left. The hostel is right after the next crossing, No. 40
Frankfurt is the perfect basecamp to explore the heartland of "Good Old Germany" where kings were crowned, famous battles fought and European history written - within daytrip range you find the sites that witnessed the past.
"…the Valley is the very definition of the romantic Rhineland itself, based on its vineyard-laden inclines, its compacted settlements squeezed along the River’s narrow banks, and its castles on the high cliffs which form a pearl-like chain." (UNESCO world heritage recognition) starting point: BINGEN, 1h by train.
Having been a student’s town for centuries, excellent pubs and lively student atmosphere await you in its beautiful old town by the Neckar River. Don’t miss the Huge Keg (220.000 ltr!) in the partly ruined, yet still very impressive Castle. 1h by train.
Würzburg - the capital of Lower Franconia - is located at both sides of the river Main, overtopped by the Marienberg Fortress. It is the center of the Franconian wine region in Germany as well as the starting point of the famous Romantic Road, an old trade route that leads through picturesque landscapes and medieval places like Rothenburg ob der Tauber down to Neu Schwanstein Castle. The Residence Palace of the Bishops was declared world heritage in 1981. 1h by train.
Mainz is famous as the city where Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press and offers a number of interesting sights due to its Roman 2000 year heritage and a beautiful old town. Mainz is at its best when it comes to festivals:
... invites you to chill on the riverbanks of the Main with the botanical garden and explore its incredible rich art & cultural life.