Where to Stay, Drink & Eat in Frankfurt (2023)

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  • Where to Stay in Frankfurt:
  • The Best Luxury Hotels in Frankfurt:
  • The Best Frankfurt Hotels that have a Loyalty Program:
  • Where to Eat and Drink in Frankfurt:

Frankfurt is home to Germany’s largest stock exchange, the German Federal Bank, the European Central Bank, and some of Europe’s largest corporations.It is one of the few European cities with a skyline dominated by skyscrapers and modern architecture, yet it also has some parts that give it the feel of “Old World Germany”.

As I was planning a business trip to Frankfurt, I couldn’t really find any type of guide regarding where to stay or what to do, so I thought I would provide some insight based on my experience in Frankfurt.

With respect to hotels, I am very “Points Oriented” so I generally stay at a hotel that allows me to either earn or use points, but at the same time I love hotels in general, especially luxury hotels, so I always check out some of the other great hotels in a city where points might not be an option.

Here are my Frankfurt, Germany hotel recommendations as well as some great places to eat and drink while you are there.

Where to Stay in Frankfurt:

The three key things I look for in a hotel are the quality of the hotel itself, the amenities it offers, and its location. As far as location goes, there are three things you want to be near when finalizing where to stay in Frankfurt:

1. Shopping on Goethestrasse (“Goethe Street” it’s the 5thAvenue of Frankfurt),

2. Römerberg (A.K.A. Römer Square – The most beautiful square in Frankfurt, especially during December with the Christmas Market), and

3. Sachsenhausen (One of Frankfurt’s most historic streets with timber-framed buildings, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs)

The Best Luxury Hotels in Frankfurt:

1.Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof
Am Kaiserplatz, 60311

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For old European grandeur in a prominent location, you can do no better than the five-star Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof. With more than 130 years of history, this hotel has the best address in the city, located just moments from the financial district and Frankfurt’s best shopping and cultural destinations.

The hotel has 261 rooms and 42 suites, decorated in a variety of styles, all of which would be categorized as more traditional and elegant than some of the more modern hotels in the city.

The Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof has four restaurants in total, including Restaurant Français, which has been awarded a Michelin Star. The others include Oscars, Restaurant Hofgarten, the outdoor summer Terrace, and Restaurant IROHA, a Japanese restaurant. There is also a cigar bar, Cigarrum, and Autorenbar which offers cocktails and “Royal High Tea”. There is also a Fitness & Wellness center with a gym, sauna, steam bath, and spa.

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The Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof is a member of theVisa Luxury Collectionof Hotels. Visa Signature cardholders get some very nice benefits, like room upgrades, complimentary breakfast, etc…, so make sure you check out the option of booking a stay at this hotel through Visa for some nice added benefits. They also have a best available rate guarantee, so the nightly rate should be good.

2.Hotel Villa Kennedy (Rocco Forte)
Kennedyallee 70, 60596

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The Hotel Villa Kennedy is a five-star hotel located just off the south bank of the Main River on Kennedyallee that does not look or feel like a city hotel at all. Situated in extensive gardens, with a neo-gothic façade, the hundred-year-old Villa Speyer has been adapted perfectly into a luxury hotel centered around a beautiful courtyard with mature trees, and alfresco dining. As far as architecture and serenity go, this was my favorite hotel in Frankfurt.

The location is slightly different from the other hotels profiled here, as it is on the South Side of the Main River, in Sachsenhausen, and just a short walk or cab ride from the other shopping, financial and cultural attractions of Frankfurt.

The Villa Kennedy has 163 rooms, 28 of which are suites, with what they call a “minimalist deluxe” design featuring neutral and gray tones throughout. The bathrooms are beautifully finished in marble and mosaic, with heated flooring, a bathtub, and a separate walk-in shower.

The hotel also has a Villa Spa with a 15-meter indoor pool, gym, sauna, steam bath and eight treatment rooms offering a range of health and beauty treatments

The Hotel Villa Kennedy is a member of theLeading Hotels of the World, so it actually does have a points-earning feature through the Leaders Club (you can earn a free night at any LHW property after five stays completed in a year) However, you do have to pay either $100 or $1200 to be a Leaders Club member so I don’t really classify it in the same category as the other hotel loyalty programs.

3.Jumeirah Frankfurt
Thurn-und-Taxis-Platz 2

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Located in the heart of Frankfurt city center, The Jumeirah Frankfurt Hotel is situated in the financial district, just a short distance from Frankfurt’s best shopping including the luxury boutiques of Goethestrasse and myZeil, Germany’s most frequented shopping center.

The Jumeirah Frankfurt is a beautiful new addition to Frankfurt’s modern skyline. Featuring 157 guest rooms and 61 suites, the hotel is spread across 25 floors of a striking new building in Frankfurt. All rooms feature contemporary décor and are considered to be the largest rooms in Frankfurt.

As far as dining and nightlife go, there are two restaurants and a bar. Max on One features inventive German and Australian cuisine, Le Petit Palais is more casual and offers lighter dishes and desserts. The Ember lounge is their bar/nightclub and is much more active than most hotel bars.

The Best Frankfurt Hotels that have a Loyalty Program:

1.The Westin Grand Frankfurt
Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse 7, 60313

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The Westin Grand Frankfurt is located right in the heart of the city and within short walking distance of the historic center, shopping district, and financial district. In my opinion, it has the best location of the “point earning” hotels in Frankfurt. The hotel has 371 rooms, including 18 suites, all of which have Westin’s trademark Heavenly Beds and Heavenly Showers as well as marble bathrooms.

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As far as restaurants and amenities go, the Westin Grand Frankfurt offers two Asian restaurants. Restaurant san san offers Chinese cuisine and Sushimoto offers Japanese cuisine and Sushi. A Breakfast buffet is served at the Restaurant Motions and there is a lobby bar/cafe called Arabella bar & lounge which provides coffee, cake, cocktails, and a business lunch.

The Emotion Spa offers an indoor pool with rooftop views of Old Frankfurt, a Finnish steam room, a sauna, and a spa. The Westin Workout facility is state of the art with treadmills, free weights, and LifeFitness weight equipment. Overall, this is a very nice Westin with a great location.

Points:The Westin Grand Frankfurt is a Marriott category 5 hotel with a free night requiring 35,000 Marriott Rewards per night.

2.Marriott Frankfurt
Hamburger Allee 2

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The Marriott Frankfurt is located across from the Frankfurt Convention Center (“Messe Frankfurt”), which is great for trade shows, but not the best location for touring the city. However, it offers some great amenities and services. I stayed at this hotel for about 3 nights and was very impressed with what it had to offer. There was a nice little coffee bar and cafe, Espressivo Cafe & Bar, that made great espresso and cappuccino. On top of that, their muesli, yogurt, and sandwiches were fantastic (think fresh crusty bread with fine prosciutto or salami, not the 3-day-old prepackaged sandwiches you get at most Starbucks that are located in North American Marriott’s). There was also a Champions Sports bar and French Brasserie, Brasserie ici.

As a Marriott Platinum, I stay at a lot of Marriott’s and would have to rank the concierge lounge and fitness center at this place right at the top of all Marriott’s. The lounge had a fairly substantial buffet for both breakfast and dinner. The fitness center was very large with treadmills, free weights, cardiovascular equipment, and even a juice bar that made protein drinks.

Points:The Marriott Frankfurt is a category 5 hotel with free nights requiring 35,000 Marriott Rewards Points per night (or 30,000 if you can get it as a PointSaver)

3.Frankfurt Hilton
Hochstrasse 4

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Located next to the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, The Hilton Frankfurt Hotel is a modern 12-story hotel located in a lush green park. They offer 342 standard, executive, and deluxe guest rooms, including 14 suites, all of which have a modern, bright and airy feel to them.

The hotel offers 2 restaurants (Gekkos and Pacific Colors) and a café/bar/lounge (Vista Bar and Lounge) as well as an executive lounge and Fitness Center with a steam room and sauna.

Points:The Hilton Frankfurt is a Hilton Honors Reward Category 6 hotel with a free night requiring 60,000 Honors Points per night.

4.Intercontinental Frankfurt
Wilhelm-Leuschner Strasse 43

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Located on the Main River, the InterContinental Frankfurt is close to the city center and within a short walk of many local sightseeing attractions, including the Römer Square, Frankfurt Cathedral, and St Paul’s Church. One of the best things about the location of this hotel is the ability to walk out of the hotel, cross the street and go for a run (or walk) down the path along the Main River.

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This hotel is actually comprised of two separate buildings, across the street from each other, with a total of 770 rooms. There are two restaurants and a bar – LEONS Italian Restaurant, Signatures Veranda Restaurant, and DAXs Mainhatten Bar, as well as a 24-hour Health and Fitness Center. I would not consider this one of the better Intercontinental Hotels, but if you typically stay at IHG properties, it would be your best bet.

Points: Intercontinental Hotels participate in the IHG Rewards Club Program. A Free night at the Intercontinental Frankfurt will require 30,000 IHG Points (Intercontinental Hotels Range from 30,000 – 40,000 points)

5.Le Meridien ParkHotel
Wiesenhuettenplatz 28-38

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Located very close to the Frankfurt Central Train Station (“Hauptbahnhof”) and one of several Marriott Rewards hotels in the City Center, this was one of the more unusual hotel designs I have encountered. Half the hotel is an Old World Charming City hotel and the other half (a 70’s add-on I would guess) is a contemporary business hotel. This was true not only of the exterior architecture but of the 297 guestrooms as well. I stayed in one of the rooms from the older section, which was actually very nice with traditional furnishings, just a little small. The rooms on the contemporary side are much larger and more modern, geared more toward the business traveler.

Overall, I was not too impressed with this hotel – it did not have any of the amenities I would have expected from an “upper-end” Marriott/Starwood hotel. There was a decent restaurant, LeParc, but the bar, Casablanca, was very dark and dated. The hotel gym has nice steam, sauna, and treadmills, but was very light on the weights. I would stay at this hotel as a frequent Marriott member if the Westin Grand Frankfurt is either sold out, has a much higher daily rate, or if I needed to be close to the train station.

Points:The Le Meridien ParkHotel is a Marriott Rewards category 5 hotel with a free night requiring 35,000 Marriott Rewards Points per night. (This is the same number of points for a night at the Westin Grand Frankfurt, I would recommend the Westin either way, but definitely, if you are using points)

6.Roomers
Gutleutstr 85, 60329

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Located very close to the Frankfurt Train Station is Roomers. This hotel is for those that like the more edgy, trendy, and lively boutique hotels such as those found in properties associated withW Hotels,Morgans Hotel Group,andThompson Hotels.

What was once an office building has been transformed into a luxury boutique hotel with 116 rooms, 11 suites, and a very lively restaurant and bar scene. Catering to the “hipster-jet set” crowd, this is the hotel to stay in if you are into nightlife. I stayed there on a business trip and was not too impressed with the hotel – the design is very dark everywhere and the music was very loud.

Roomers is part of the Design Hotels Group. It is owned by a hospitality group in Frankfurt that also ownsThe Pure, another hotel you may want to check out if you like Roomers.

Points:The Roomers Hotel is a Marriott Rewards category 5 hotel with a free night requiring 35,000 Marriott Rewards Points per night.

Where to Eat and Drink in Frankfurt:

Here are just a couple of recommendations for lunch, dinner, and drinks, based on my experience in Frankfurt.

1. Ivory Club – Taunusanlage 15, 60325

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Contemporary Colonial Cuisine (i.e. upscale and elegant Indian Cuisine), located in the financial district. They also have a great selection of spirits, which is rare in Germany. I was very happy to see my favorite spirit, Bulldog Gin, which I cannot get in my home state of Michigan and needs to be in any restaurant that wants to provide a great martini.

2. Zenzakan – Taunusanlage 15, 60325

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Pan-Asian Cuisine (sister restaurant to Ivory Club) – great atmosphere, creative Asian cuisine, located in the financial district.

3. Adolf Wagner’s – Schweizer Straße 71

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Typical Frankfurt Apfelwein tavern located in Sachsenhausen. Very lively bench style, communal seating. Great food, but no beer. If you are looking for traditional German food and Apple Wine, this is the place to go.

4. Zum Storch am Dom – Saalgasse 5 60311

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One of the oldest restaurants in Frankfurt with an excellent German kitchen and great service, located just off Römer Square.

5. Frankfurter Kleinmarkthalle – Hasengasse 7

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If you like going to local food markets to get a feel for the local cuisine, this is a place you would love. It’s an indoor market, located just off Römer Square,with over 60 stalls offering the most sought-after delicacies of the region – fresh meats, fish, sausage, cheese, wine, etc… If you are a foodie, you will want to add this to your itinerary.

6. Wacker’s Kaffee – Kornmarkt 9

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Wacker’s Kaffee is the most popular coffee house in Frankfurt and has to be on the list of any coffee lover. They serve and sell just about any type of coffee and cake. There will almost always be a line out the door, but don’t let this scare you off, they are probably the most efficient coffee shop I have ever been to, with respect to making espresso, cappuccino and latte’s. It is also located just off Römer Square

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FAQs

Does Frankfurt have good nightlife? ›

Home to both traditional taverns and lively nightclubs, you can enjoy the best of both worlds on nights out in Frankfurt. Whether you're looking to enjoy some local Apfelwein in a quiet bar or party in the birthplace of Germany's techno scene, Frankfurt's nightlife has something for everyone.

Where is the old town in Frankfurt? ›

The Altstadt (old town) is a quarter (Stadtteil) of Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It is part of the Ortsbezirk Innenstadt I. The Altstadt is located on the northern Main river bank. It is completely surrounded by the Innenstadt district, Frankfurt's present-day city centre.

What is the safest area in Frankfurt? ›

Westend, one of the safest areas to stay in Frankfurt

Westend along with the Old Town is a safe area to stay Frankfurt for tourists but it is quieter than Old Town. Westend attracts many families wishing to stay in a quiet neighborhood with plenty of green spaces, beautiful houses, and close to the center of the city.

Where do people go out in Frankfurt? ›

Outdoor Bars in Frankfurt

Nearby Offenbach has several excellent Strandbars (beach bars), but here are a few worth visiting in Frankfurt. Mainstrand: The patio along the river is one of the best places for a drink and the a view. Choose from their wide selection of cocktails, beer, or wine as well as a choice of tapas.

Is Frankfurt a walkable city? ›

One day in Frankfurt is enough time to see all of the city's major tourist attractions. Because the city is so walkable, it's easy to check off a few things to see at once.

What street is the red light district in Frankfurt? ›

Frankfurt's red-light district is in Bahnhofsviertel. The core of the district consists of Elbestraße, Moselstraße and Taunusstraße.

What is the main street in Frankfurt? ›

Fressgass (literally, "Grazing Street") is an upmarket shopping street in the heart of Frankfurt, shared between the district of Innenstadt and the central business area, known as Bankenviertel. It is commonly regarded as Frankfurt's culinary main street.

How many days do you need in Frankfurt Germany? ›

Most travelers find 2 days in Frankfurt to be enough time to enjoy all the main sights. So, if you're wondering how many days in Frankfurt you'll need – 2 days should be enough!

Is Frankfurt the same as Frankfurt am Main? ›

Frankfurt (German: Frankfurt am Main) is the largest city in the German state of Hesse, and is considered the business and financial centre of Germany. It is the fifth largest city in Germany after Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Cologne.

What is the most important meal in German? ›

Breakfast (Frühstück)

Breakfast is one the most important meal in German households. Start off with a warm beverage such as coffee, tea or hot cocoa.

What area should I stay in Frankfurt? ›

1. Zentrum-Altstadt: Best Location in Frankfurt for Sightseeing. Home to many historic landmarks, quaint squares and gothic churches, Zentrum-Altstadt, Frankfurt's Old Town, is also where many of the city's best hotels are found. Without a doubt, Zentrum-Altstadt is one of the best areas to stay in Frankfurt, Germany.

What is the city center of Frankfurt called? ›

Der Römerberg

The ancient center of Frankfurt lies at the central square known as the Römerberg, or “Roman hill.” The Frankfurt city hall, begun in 1405 and known as the Römer, has been rebuilt and restored over the years after being destroyed by Allied bombs during the war. It is still a functioning city hall today.

Are taxis safe in Frankfurt? ›

Taxis in Frankfurt are the safest mode of transportation.

Can you drink in public in Frankfurt? ›

Drinking in Public

Unlike in many other countries, drinking alcohol and especially beer in public is not only legal but very common in Germany. The so-called Feierabendbier (end of work beer) is still a vivid part of the German beer and working culture.

Is it worth spending a day in Frankfurt? ›

One day to explore an international city may not seem like all that much, but Frankfurt is much more of a commercial city than a tourist destination, which means that's the perfect amount of time to take in the best of Frankfurt.

Which city in Germany has the best nightlife? ›

Hamburg, a small city in Germany is known to have the best nightlife in the world.

What is the first thing you do when you go to Germany? ›

Finding a flat, registering your residence and opening a bank account – those are the first steps you should take in Germany.

What is prettiest town in Germany? ›

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How far is downtown Frankfurt from airport? ›

The distance from Frankfurt Airport to its near destination, like the city centre, is about 15 km and the duration is around 15 minutes by train. You can easily get S-Bahn S8 and S-Bahn S9 electric trains, running every 10-15 minutes from Frankfurt airport.

What's Frankfurt famous for? ›

The city is traditionally known for its production of high-quality sausages (frankfurters). Frankfurt has long been a key stopping point for river, rail, and road traffic from Switzerland and southern Germany northward along the Rhine River to the Ruhr region and across the Main River to north-central Germany.

Where do singles meet in Frankfurt? ›

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What happens if you run a red light in Germany? ›

Traffic light violations – The minimum fine for running a red light – when there are no endangerments or damages – is €90 plus a point on the license. The fines are significantly higher when consequences occur as a result of running the light.

Can you turn on a red light in Germany? ›

In Germany, right turns on red are only permitted when a sign is present at the traffic light, after a complete stop. This rule was first introduced in 1978 in East Germany. It was derided as the "socialist right turn" in West Germany, which planned to eliminate it after German reunification in 1990.

Is Frankfurt Airport close to City Center? ›

069/6901; www.frankfurt-airport.de) lies 11km (7 miles) from the city center. Europe's busiest airport and Germany's major international gateway, this airport serves more than 110 countries worldwide, with direct flights from many U.S. and Canadian cities.

Is Frankfurt worth visiting? ›

Frankfurt is considered the heart of Europe for good reason. It's a city known for exceptional art and history museums, impressive skyscrapers, as well as quaint, fun-loving neighbourhoods.

Is 2 hour transit enough in Frankfurt? ›

It should take you no more than around 30 minutes to reach the center of Frankfurt by train or taxi. A five-hour daytime layover will give you sufficient time to travel to the city centre and spend a couple of hours wandering around Frankfurt's medieval old town and along the river before heading back to the airport.

What is best month to visit Germany? ›

Overall, the best time to visit Germany is during the peak season from middle to late summer in July through September. You'll have the warmest weather, longest daylight hours, and most options for activities and events in the cities during this time.

Is Frankfurt cheap to visit? ›

Frankfurt is one of the more expensive cities in Germany. However, you can turn Frankfurt into a more affordable destination with just a few simple tricks. Here is how to save money in Frankfurt: Purchase a Museumsufer ticket – For those of you that love visiting museums, this two-day pass saves you tons of money.

How should I act when visiting Germany? ›

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  3. Punctuality: Don't be early, don't be late.
  4. Dress the part.
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  6. Don't misinterpret the more reserved attitude.
  7. Get some “house shoes.”
  8. Keep an open mind about closed doors.
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Can you walk between terminals in Frankfurt? ›

All concourses at both terminals are connected (both landside and airside) by a free Sky Train (monorail). There is also a free shuttle bus. Luggage carts are not allowed on the Sky Train. The transfer between Terminal 1 and 2 on foot takes around 15 minutes.

How far is Frankfurt train station from airport? ›

The total distance from Frankfurt Airport to Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof station is 12 km. The total trip with a car usually takes around 20 minutes.

What currency does Frankfurt use? ›

What is the local currency? The official currency of Germany is the Euro (EUR). The euro (EUR) is also legal tender through much of the rest of Europe, including Austria, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Luxemburg, Finland, Ireland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Estonia and Greece.

What do Germans drink for breakfast? ›

Breakfast. Breakfast in Germany is called Frühstück and almost always includes a hot drink such as tea or coffee. Breakfasts in Germany tend to be fairly hearty and often start with some bread or rolls which are served with spreads such as butter, jam, and marmalade.

What time is dinner in Germany? ›

Dinner time in Germany

Ever practical, the Germans sit down to dinner between 6-7pm, but don't worry if you miss a meal – there's an abundance of after hour food options in Germany, including the ubiquitous and satisfying kebab stores.

What's a typical German breakfast? ›

A German breakfast consists of hearty Brot (breads) and Brötchen (rolls), decorated with butter, sweet jams and local honey, thinly sliced meats, cheese and even some Leberwurst.

Is Frankfurt good for nightlife? ›

Home to both traditional taverns and lively nightclubs, you can enjoy the best of both worlds on nights out in Frankfurt. Whether you're looking to enjoy some local Apfelwein in a quiet bar or party in the birthplace of Germany's techno scene, Frankfurt's nightlife has something for everyone.

What is the difference between Frankfurt Main and Frankfurt HBF? ›

The complete name of Frankfurt is Frankfurt am Main, because the name of the river is the Main River. So, when you read Frankfurt Main Hbf. it means the train station in the center of Frankfurt.

How far is Frankfurt FC from city Centre? ›

Deutsche Bank Park is located in the south of the city of Frankfurt at about 5 kilometres from its city centre. The stadium lies close to where the A3 and A5 motorways intersect. From the A3 take exit Frankfurt-Süd toward the B44.

How do I get from Frankfurt Airport to Old Town? ›

The cheapest way to get to Frankfurt Old Town is by S-Bahn train. At Frankfurt International Airport you enter any S-Bahn in the regional underground station in the direction of Hauptbahnhof (main station). You continue two stops until Hauptwache. From there it's a 5-minute walk.

Do I need Covid test to fly to Frankfurt? ›

Is a negative COVID-19 test (PCR and/or serology) required for entry? Yes. Travelers who have been in an RKI-designated virus-variant area in the last 10 days must present a negative PCR test, not older than 48 hours, regardless of vaccination or recovery status. A rapid antigen test is not accepted in this case.

Where in Germany has the best nightlife? ›

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Which city has the best nightlife in the world? ›

Barcelona. Barcelona has been revealed as the best city in the world for nightlife. With more than 639 nightlife attractions, the city has 6.92 attractions every square kilometre.

What is the best city in Germany for foreigners? ›

As a matter of fact, Munich is considered the top German city for quality of life among expats: with its southern climate and medical care, the city takes first place and gives expats all reasons to move to Munich.

Is hookup common in Germany? ›

There are 20.5 million single people in Germany, with many looking for love. Around 9.6 percent of the population is browsing for dates – or casual sex – on apps, as well as a host of other online sites.

Which European city has best nightlife? ›

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  • Warsaw, Poland.
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Which place is best for party? ›

If you are looking to party when you travel, visit one of these places:
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  8. Bali (Kuta), Indonesia.
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What is the number 1 bar in the world? ›

Top image: Paradiso in Barcelona is the No. 1 bar on the World's 50 Best Bars list in 2022 and the Best Bar in Europe winner.

Which country is cheapest for nightlife? ›

The world's most expensive countries to party

According to the research, Thailand is the cheapest country to party in, based on terms of the amount of fun one can have with the least cover charges and cab fares, while the USA can make a night out the toughest on your pocket with its expensive car rides and entry fares.

What is the bar capital of the world? ›

Topping the study to claim the title of the destination with the most bars in the world was London, with a total of 1327. A popular tourist destination famed for its selection of authentic pubs, it may come as no surprise that the English capital scooped the top spot.

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