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Often overlooked as the dull financial powerhouse of Germany, Gay Frankfurt am Main is a wonderfully multicultural, cosmopolitan and tolerant city where LGBT people are embraced as a natural part of society. Frankfurt is not like any other German city, and you would be forgiven for thinking you were in a modern American city with all the glinting glass, steel, and concrete skyscrapers — rather than a historic city in central Europe.
Gay Frankfurt is sophisticated and pleasant and all the same time. It has one of the most enviable collection of museums dotted along the banks of the river Main. Foodies will be spoiled with several Michelin-starred restaurants to choose from. Those who like to party will find an eclectic club scene with lots of themed parties from fetish to bears, indie to pop. Add to all of this some of the most stunning architecture in Germany together with the warm and gay friendly welcoming locals and you will find a city that more than merits a visit beyond the confines of its flight gates.
When you arrive in the city, the first thing you will notice is its impressive Skyline. As you walk towards the centre of the city the landscape changes as you pass by centuries-old frankfurt gay bar that were rebuilt to perfection after the war.
Frankfurt can be very busy during the week with conferences and events, so book in advance. The upside is, weekends are a little quieter and hotel rates are better! Located in the heart of Frankfurt the Long Island Summer lounge spans 1, square meters creating the most beautiful luxurious sun deck in Germany. This bar is open from April until September. Take a private tour of Frankfurt for 2.
Book Early. Compact and Cosmopolitan, Frankfurt makes for the perfect city break with an easy to navigate gay district nestled in the heart of the old town. Add in some great dining and high-end stores and you have all the ingredients for a trip to remember.
Frankfurt blends the old with the new. In fact even the old is new, with historic buildings rebuilt in the s. The Gay District in Frankfurt spans 3 blocks and is host to the biggest parties and events throughout the year.
CK Club is the only dedicated gay club in the city and gets busy at weekends. The first stop for most visitors here is Zun Schwejk and old fashioned bar that is kitschy and typically German. Those looking to dance should check out CK Studio, the one dedicated gay dance club in town.
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Several other themed parties take place on alternate saturdays. Check out the events section for details. Central bar is one of the most popular venues in the city at the moment attracting the hip and the beautiful.
The crowd are slightly older too. Other events include the delightful Christmas Markets when over beautifully decorated stalls are placed throughout the city and Romerberg square is transformed into a winter wonderland complete with gigantic Christmas Trees and ferris wheels. Yes this city is dedicated to shopping. Head to Zeil the main thoroughfare and home to some of the top department stores in the country.
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Goethestrasse is the perfect mix of chic and sophistication. Think Prada and Gucci. The Kleinmarkthalle is an indoor farmers market, great for a quick and delicious lunch break. My Zeil is an 8 story complex dedicated to shopping with a stunning architectural finish. Freegass has some great restaurants that offer an international range of cuisine. Its brisk and crowded but definitely a great place for a midday pick-me-up. Next stroll to the Main Tower and take a quick ride up the elevator to take in amazing city views.
Check out the shopping section for a selection of the best stores in Frankfurt.
A quick trip to Kleinmarkthalle is a must for food lovers. This covered market is home to some of the most delicious spices, vegetables, frankfurters and cheese. You can also stand at one of the markets littke counters for a quick and delicious lunch, with everything from Sushi to Antipasto on offer. Zarges with its bordello-style interior offers great food at reasonable prices. For something more traditional try Apfelwein Wagner and try an Apple wine, the local speciality.
For more on dining out check out the restaurants section. After you have taken in the views from the tower, head to beautiful Romerberg, a rebuilt historic square featuring period-style buildings and an elaborate town hall, reconstructed from original plans in the s. It is truly magical. Cross the Iron bridge and take in the locks hanging over the railings, placed by couples as a of their love.
Frankfurt has some amazing hotels right in the city centre. Be aware however that prices can fluctuate during large trade fairs and bigger events such as the CSD and Christmas fairs. That said, many of the business hotels offer cheaper rates during the weekend.
The best two chain hotels in the city are the Westin Grand and the Hilton hotel. The westin is close to the gay centre of the frankfurt gay bar while the Hilton offers superb views and a great spa and swimming pool.
This 4-star hotel lies in the heart of Frankfurt, a 5-minute walk from the Zeil shopping street. It offers international cuisine and a spa area with sauna, gym and massages. Free WiFi is provided throughout. Check Rates now.
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