FRANKFURT Gay Bars & Clubs 2018
Suited and booted by day, working in the financial capital of Frankfurt, locals like to let off steam at night in the gay clubs and bars in the city. Compact and friendly, there is something for all tastes.
Frankfurt’s gay district is known as the “Bermuda Triangle”, an areal around Alte Gasse, north of Konstablerwache train station and at the crossing of Zeil, the shopping street and Konrad Adenauer Strasse.
Here you will find the city’s most popular gay cafes, night clubs and bars. The Mahnmal Homosexuellenverfolgung” memorial to gay and lesbian victims of the Nazi years is in nearby Klaus-Mann Square.
Unlike many cities, there is no specific time for bars to close in Frankfurt. Many are open all night on weekends. On weekdays bars typically close at around 1am, however if there are people in the bar, the barman will generally keep serving until everyone has left the bar.
The main night club in Frankfurt is CK Club on Alte Gasse 5. It gets busy at weekends and there is generally a large queue at the door. Other theme night parties take place at various locations throughout the city. Check the events section for details. House music reigns supreme in Frankfurt, however there are specific pop, oriental and dance parites taking place throughout the season.
Visit Lucky’s early for either a snack or a cocktail, everyone seems to begin their night here. Head to the Birmingham Pub for a late night hang out. Check out Schwejk if you like your bears rough and ready for fun or visit Stall with its popular dark room, themed parties and horny atmosphere.
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Frankfurt is a compact city with most of the gay bars located on 3 streets forming a “Bermuda Triangle”. The best hotels are all within walking distance of the centre of the city. Here are our editors top selections.
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