Tommy Jepp

Tommy Jepp was born in 1971 in the diocese of Limburg in the shadow of the venerable cathedral. By Frankfurt standards, he is therefore a typical “ingeplackter” Frankfurter. As a young boy, he was familiar with Frankfurt from an early age, as his father worked in air traffic control at Frankfurt Airport for over 40 years. Together with his son Tommy, he often hunted for special offers on the Zeil, walked with him through the Kleinmarkthalle or to Gref Völsing on Hanauer Landstraße.

Tommy’s love of soccer also drove him to the smallest metropolis in the world as a teenager. Through the stories from his family history, he began to become interested in the historical context of Frankfurt and the region. He also became increasingly interested in the effects on the present and future.

After completing his commercial training, Tommy moved to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in the late 1990s, where he began his career in the international financial services sector. After marrying his Swedish wife and the birth of his three children, Frankfurt finally became his home town. After many professionally successful years, he decided to leave in 2018 and embark on an exciting new career path.

As a certified tour guide, he tells interested people stories and facts about the diverse and exciting history of Frankfurt, past and present. He loves the contact with people and enjoys sharing his personal views and feelings about this exciting city with others.

Tommy Jepp speaks German, English and in Hessian when one wants to hear it…

Certified city and tour guide of the city of Frankfurt am Main
Member of the Association of Frankfurt City and Tour Guides e.V.
Member of the Federal Association of Tour Guides in Germany e.V.

Mobil: +49 (0)176 / 738 883 77