Gay Guide To Frankfurt, Germany
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Frankfurt is the fifth largest city in Germany with a diverse population of around 705,000. It is one of the world’s largest financial centres and is home to institutions that include the European Central Bank and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The city contains a mixture of avant-garde skyscrapers and traditional buildings. The Frankfurt skyline is famous for its significant number of high-rise buildings and Germans often refer to the city as ‘Mainhattan,’ a portmanteau of Main River, which runs through the city, and Manhattan. Frankfurt is also home to significant cultural institutions and events that attract large numbers of tourists.
If you are interested in learning more about the city’s history and culture, you will find plenty of museums which include the German Architecture Museum; the German Film Museum; the Museum of Regional Historic Art and Culture; the Museum of Applied Arts; Liebig House; the Museum of World Cultures; the Museum of Communication; the Icon Museum; the Jewish Museum; the Museum of Modern Art; the Money Museum of the German Central Bank; and the Archaeological Museum. There is also an annual festival known as Museumsuferfest where you have unlimited access to all the museums after purchasing a badge.
There are plenty of other attractions and landmarks in the city, including Palmengarten, a botanic garden; Grüneburgpark, the city’s largest park; St. Leonhardskirche, a church built in the thirteenth century; and Staufenmauer, the remains of the old city wall. You can also enjoy shopping in the city, whilst there are numerous cafés and restaurants where you can sample German cuisine.
If you’re interested in exploring Frankfurt’s nightlife, it is worth heading for Nordend, as there is a high concentration of gay clubs and bars in the area. The city also plays host to Frankfurt Gay Pride, where people come together to celebrate gay culture and raise awareness of LGBT issues. The Verzaubert Queer Film Festival also takes place in the city. Frankfurt is a friendly and welcoming city with so many sights to see and activities available that you’re unlikely to find the time to see and do everything.
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