Frankfurt’s diverse and electrifying nightlife encompasses everything- from bar hopping to nightclubs and adult entertainment. Did you know that in 2020, the number of domestic visitors in Frankfurt nightlife was 2.7 million?
For a comfortable stay in this city, you can stay at the Park Inn by Radisson, just 800 meters from terminal 2 of the Frankfurt airport. Read on to know some of the things you can do in Frankfurt nightlife.
Each area in Frankfurt is special in its own way when it comes to partying. For example, Bockenheim is a hub of young students living and partying. Bornheim is another area that has a lot of bars, especially around the Berger Strabe.
Sachsenhausen is an area that has plenty of ebbelwoi (apple wine) taverns. Places closer to the river are filled with more tourists and cost less, while places further south tend to be more relaxed but cost slightly more.
- Bar hopping
If you’re looking for some cool bars, Frankfurt is the place to go. Club Voltaire is a beatnik bar established in 1962 and is an ideal place for musicians and artists. Daily readings are also conducted here, along with special bar events. You can expect a jazzy vibe here. Dauth-Schneider is an apple cider tavern that has been operational for more than 150 years!
If you wish to sit with the locals and get to know more about Germany, you must definitely visit this bar. Naiv is a bar specializing in craft beer and allows you to taste more than 100 different types of beer, all brewed with perfection.
Even though Berlin is more famous for its legendary clubs, Frankfurt is a close competitor. Robert Johnson is a techno club located along the River Main. In fact, the techno genre was developed here and you can find many famous DJs playing at the Robert Johnson, practicing their moves.
Tanzhaus West is another groovy bar located in an old factory. This underground nightclub plays almost any genre of dance music. The outdoor garden here is also open to DJ concerts during summers.
If you’ve got some amazing dance moves to show off on the floor, Club U60311 is perfect for you. This club has almost 10,000 square feet of open area for a dance floor. Located in a former pedestrian area, this club is very hip and energetic.
- Strip clubs
Frankfurt is a major area of sex and prostitution. Given that prostitution is legal here, there’s no end to the number of massage parlors and strip clubs in the city. If you would like to receive a lap dance of your own, there are plenty of strip clubs for your entertainment.
Clubs like the Bahama Club and Club 22 specialize in special adult services. Some massage parlors offering you adult entertainment and sex are City Relax Massage and Erotik Wellness Frankfurt.
- Escort services
Target escorts in Frankfurt are a pretty common sight. Since there are a number of lonely businessmen and tourists traveling to the city, the escort service has seen a hike.
You can visit an Eros Center, meaning a licensed brothel without a Madame. You have to pay in these centers by the hour and speak to any of the ladies who are free to entertain you.
Websites like city of love, eurogirlsescort or target escorts are popular for booking a woman. Be sure to know the average prices of booking and other costs. There are many websites that will try to suck out more money than needed, and you shall end up broke, or even worse, in a legal fiasco.
- Red-light walking tour
If you would like to know more about Bahnhofsviertel, Frankfurt’s famous red-light district, you can book a walking tour here. The Bahnofsviertel was developed between 1891 and 1915.
A walking tour here gives you an insight into how the sex workers live and work here, the kind of customers they receive, and the bustling life that thrives in this red-light area.
The commentary is done in English for your ease, and most people who have taken this tour have all loved it immensely.
If you’re a lover of music and opera, you simply have to visit the Oper Frankfurt. This Opera is one of the leading ones in Europe and voted as the “Best opera house of the year” several times, starting from 1996.
The opera in Frankfurt am Main hosts lovely shows like Franz Schreker’s Der Ferne Klang (1912) and Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana (1937). This house was built in 1963 and has one roof with a huge stage for drama. For an ideal nightlife filled with music and melody, this opera house is a must.
Over to you…
These are some of the interesting things you can do in Frankfurt nightlife, after a busy day of routine sightseeing and shopping. Make sure you enjoy to the fullest and make memories of a lifetime here!