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Frankfurt nightlife

by Timkastel


we are going to Frankfurt on the weekend of may 23. We were wondering if Frankfurt has a lively nightlife. Some say yes other claim it's crap :-)
A couple of years ago I visited Dusseldorf, that was great. Is Frankfurt anything like that?


Re: Frankfurt nightlife

by Elena77

There are countless bars and clubs in Frankfurt and it's a very popular nightlife spot. The home page of Frankfurt tourist centre does have a list of the most well known spots (> Dining and Shopping > bars & clubs):


Travel Tips for Frankfurt am Main

Sachenhausen & Alt Sachsenhausen

by Weissdorn

Frankfurt has a lot of neighbourhoods, that all have names, because they all used to be little towns of their own, that grew together over the centuries. One of these areas is called "Sachsenhausen", a "ghetto" originally built by Charlemange to house the Saxon slaves, hence the name "Saxon Housing". There are two areas here that offer night life - Alt Sachsenhausen, which is a collection of small old houses that over a great international variety of night life, bars, pubs and discos; and the rest of Sachsenhausen - the locals prefer an area around the "Lokalbahnhof" and "Schweizer Strasse". For first timers visiting Frankfurt, Alt Sachsenhausen is an experience, especially for those staying in the Youth Hostel, which is located right on the edge of Alt Sachsenhausen. Nothing can replace the first pub crawl in your life, and this is a great place to stage it.

For the more experienced traveler, I would recommend the area around the "Lokal- / Sued-Bahnhof" because the quality and service is much better. Besides, that slight irritation of one pub trying to outdo their neighbours by playing the music even louder is definitely missing here - conversation with your table neighbours is possible.

Appler in Bornheim

by icunme

This is a really potent apple wine - served in this warm typical German neighborhood restaurant (more about the food in the restaurant tip). Note that this appeler was laced with clove, spices and a lemon slice. Note also the oranges imbedded with clove - tintellating aroma!


by mikey_e

Kleinemarkt, or the Small Market, is a bit of home-style comfort in the middle of a city that is, for the most part, associated with international finance and commerce. This market is, obviously, not the main one for the city, but it does offer a glimpse into the everyday life of the people who live in the centre of this German metropolis. Do not expect to find German farmers bringing their produce into town at this market. Many of the stalls are dedicated to specialty and imported foods, although there are plenty of other ones that sell traditional German products, including sausages, cheeses and smoked meats. It’s a great way to practice your German if you’re learning about fruits, vegetables and the names of other foods, and otherwise a perfect option for those looking for a hearty snack.

Palmen Garten

by xiquinho

Palmengarten is a 50-acre botanical garden with a Tropicarium (orchids, rubber plants) and the Palmenhaus, a recently restored greenhouse dating back to 1869. A lovely place to unwind between meetings.

63 Siesmayerstrasse (U6 or U7 train to Station Bockenheimer Warte), Open daily.

Former Großmarkthalle, future ECB headquarters

by Nemorino

Demolition of some of the smaller buildings of the former Großmarkthalle (wholesale produce market) has already begun, in preparation for the construction of the new headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB).

A modern new wholesale produce market, to replace this one, began operation on June 6, 2004, in the Kalbach district on the northern outskirts of Frankfurt.


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