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Frankfurt's Hotspots and Gay Districts

The city's gay community offers an extensive network of organizations, information centers and recreational activities. The pink scene is located in the "Bermuda Triangle" district around Alte Gasse street, to the north of 'Konstablerwache' train station. Here you can find some of Frankfurt's most popular bars, coffee places and clubs.

Stall is an unique place - one of Germany's oldest leather bars and a laid-back combats and jeans bar for a men-only clientele. Other fun possibilities for a good night out include: Zum Schweijk or Fräggels where you can eat traditional German food in combination with good music and many special events and parties. Dance fans should visit Blue Angel, Dachcafé, or Pulse/Piper Red Lounge. In south Frankfurt, on the other side of the Main River there is a stylish bar especially for lesbians and their friends: La Gata. Harveys is a popular breakfast and brunch place where gay couples meet.

There are several cultural places that are worth a visit. "Mahnmal Homosexuellenverfolgung" is a memorial to gay and lesbian victims of National Socialism and is situated at Klaus-Mann Square at the heart of the Bermuda Triangle. Close to this, in the cemetery of St Peter's Church, is the AIDS-Memorial "Verletzte Liebe" ("Hurt love"). Here a nail hammered into the wall represents one person who has died of AIDS in Frankfurt.
For more detailed information visit Frankfurt Gay Web to find location maps for the memorials.

For a detailed listing of hotspots in Frankfurt and the West, adresses, websites etc please click here and download information.