Frankfurt the escort metropolis on the Main
The metropolis Frankfurt is the 5th largest city in Germany and the largest in the state of Hesse.
Almost in the center of the EU with its 2.3 million people, Frankfurt is known for its large number of banks and also escort agencies. The city is culturally and ethnically diverse, with around half of the population and a large proportion of immigrant youth. A quarter of the population consists of foreigners, including certainly some elegant Frankfurt escort service ladies.
Renowned cultural sites include Europe's largest English theater, the Alte Oper concert hall, and many museums (eg the Ensemble Museumsufer with Städel and Liebieghaus, the Senckenberg Nature Museum, the Goethe House and the Schirn art center in the Old Town).
Frankfurt's skyline is dominated by some of Europe's tallest skyscrapers. Numerous green areas and parks, including the central ramparts, the city forest and two large botanical gardens, the Palm Garden and the University Botanical Gardens invite you to take a walk with a call girl. In the field of electronic music, Frankfurt has been a pioneer city since the 1980s with renowned DJs such as Sven Väth, Marc Trauner, Scot Project, Kai Tracid and the clubs Dorian Gray, U60311, Omen and Cocoon. In sports, the city is known as the home of the leading football club Eintracht Frankfurt, the ice hockey team Löwen Frankfurt, the basketball club Frankfurt Skyliners, the Frankfurt Marathon and the venue of the Ironman Germany. So why not just have a look at the football game with the chosen escort lady in the sports stadium?
Frankfurt is the largest financial center in continental Europe. It houses the European Central Bank, the Deutsche Bundesbank, the stock exchange and several large commercial banks.
In terms of market capitalization, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange is one of the largest stock exchanges in the world and accounts for more than 90 percent of the German market.
In 2010, 63 national and 152 international banks were based in the metropolis, including major German banks, including Deutsche Bank, DZ Bank, KfW and Commerzbank, as well as 41 representative offices of international banks. The employees certainly make a not too small number of Frankfurt escort customers from what the escort service agencies are likely.
The central location in Germany and Europe makes the city an important hub for air, rail and road transport. In terms of passenger traffic, Frankfurt Airport is one of the busiest international airports in the world and the hub of the German airline Lufthansa. The main train station is one of the largest stations in Europe and with 344 trains per day to domestic and European destinations, the busiest intersection of Deutsche Bahn. The Frankfurter Kreuz, the motorway junction near the airport, is the most heavily used motorway junction in the EU and is used by 330,000 cars a day. Basically, therefore, the optimal environment to reach his escort agency lady on many roads.
In 2018, recruitment firm Mercer ranked seventh in its annual urban quality survey of cities around the world. According to The Economist's cost of living survey, Frankfurt is the most expensive city in Germany and the 10th most expensive in the world.
The escort affine Rhine metropolis has many skyscrapers in the city center, which form the Frankfurt skyline. It is one of the few cities in the European Union that has such a skyline, which is why Germans sometimes refer to Frankfurt as Mainhattan, a model of the Main River and Manhattan. The other known and obvious nickname is Bankfurt, in banks Insider circles one speaks also of Escorthattan. Before the Second World War, the city was known worldwide for its unique old town with half-timbered houses, the largest half-timbered city in Europe. The Roman area was later rebuilt and is popular with visitors and at events such as the Christmas markets. Other parts of the Old Town are to be reconstructed by 2016 as part of the Dom-Römer project.
Early history and Holy Roman Empire
Roman settlements were probably founded in the first century in the territory of the Romans. Nida (Heddernheim) was also a Roman citizen city.
Alemanni and Franks lived there, and in 794 Charlemagne presided over an imperial assembly and a church synod, mentioning Franconofurd (alternative spellings with -furt and -vurd).
Frankfurt was one of the most important cities in the Holy Roman Empire. From 855, the German kings and emperors were elected and crowned in Aachen. From 1562 the kings and emperors in Frankfurt were crowned for Maximilian II. This tradition ended in 1792, when Francis II was elected. His coronation took place on July 14, the anniversary of the Bastille storm, on purpose. The elections and coronations took place in St. Bartholomew's Cathedral, the Imperial Cathedral or its predecessors.
The Frankfurt Fair was first mentioned in 1150. Emperor Frederick II granted his visitors in 1240 an imperial privilege so that they would be protected by the Reich. The fair became especially important as similar fairs in French Beaucaire around 1380 had lost their appeal. The book fairs began in 1478.
In 1372 Frankfurt became a imperial city, that is, directly subordinate to the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire and not a regional ruler or a local nobleman.
The Frankfurt traders had introduced in 1585 a system of exchange rates for the various currencies to prevent fraud and extortion. Therein lay the early roots for the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
Frankfurt managed to remain neutral during the Thirty Years' War, but suffered from the bubonic plague that brought refugees to the city. Frankfurt regained its wealth after the war.
The 46 districts of Frankfurt city center The city is divided into 46 districts, which in turn are divided into 121 municipalities and 448 electoral districts. The 46 municipalities are divided into 16 local districts, each with a district committee and a chairman.
The largest district by population and area is Sachsenhausen, the smallest is the old town, the historic center of Frankfurt. Three larger city districts (Sachsenhausen, Westend and Northrend) are divided into a northern (-Nord) and a Süd (Süd) district or a western (-west) and an eastern (-to-east) part in general for administrative reasons considered as a district (which is why often even 43 municipalities are mentioned, also on the official website of the city).
Some larger residential areas are often mistakenly called city districts, also by locals such as Nordweststadt (part of Niederursel, Heddernheim and Praunheim), Goldstein (part of Schwanheim), Riedberg (part of Kalbach-Riedberg) and Europaviertel (part of Gallus). The Financial District, the financial district of Frankfurt, is also not an administrative district (it includes parts of the western city center, the southwestern quarter and the eastern station district).
Many municipalities are suburbs or were formerly independent cities such as High. Some such as Nordend and Westend emerged during the rapid growth of the city in the early days after the unification of Germany, while others were formed from territories that previously belonged to other parts of the city, such as Dornbusch and Riederwald.
Ancient sights invite you to sightseeing with the escort lady.
Römer is a complex of nine houses that make up the Frankfurt City Hall. The houses were acquired by the city council in 1405 by a wealthy merchant family. The center house became the town hall and was later connected to its neighbors. Upstairs is the Emperor's Hall, where the newly crowned emperors held their banquets. The Roman was partially destroyed during the Second World War and later rebuilt. The surrounding square, the Römerberg, is named after the town hall.
The former Old Town quarter between the Romans and the Frankfurt Cathedral was to be rebuilt into the cathedral-Roman quarter by 2016, including the reconstruction of historic buildings that were destroyed during the Second World War.
The Frankfurt Cathedral is not a cathedral but the main Catholic church dedicated to St. Bartholomew. The Gothic building was built in the 14th and 15th centuries on the basis of a former Merovingian church. From 1356, kings of the Holy Roman Empire were elected to this church, and from 1562 to 1792 Roman-German emperors were crowned here.
St. Bartholomew's was called dome since the 18th century, though it was never a bishop's seat. In 1867 it was destroyed by a fire and rebuilt in today's style. In World War II it was again partially destroyed and rebuilt in the 1950s. Its height is 95 meters. The dome tower has a viewing platform, which is accessible to the public at a height of 66 meters and accessible via a 386-foot narrow spiral staircase.
The Paulskirche is a national historical monument in Germany because in 1848 it was the first democratically elected parliament. It was founded in 1789 as a Protestant church, but was not completed until 1833. Its meaning has its roots in the Frankfurt parliament, which gathered in the revolutionary years 1848/49 in the church to write a constitution for a unified Germany. The attempt failed because the monarchs of Prussia and Austria did not want to lose power. In 1849 Prussian troops violently ended the democratic experiment and the parliament dissolved. Thereafter, the building was used again for worship.
St. Paul's was partially destroyed during the Second World War, especially the interior, which now looks modern. It was quickly and symbolically rebuilt after the war; Today it is mainly used for exhibitions and events.
The Archaeological Garden houses small parts of the oldest restored buildings: an ancient Roman settlement and the Frankfurt Imperial Palace from the 6th century. The garden is located between the Römerberg and the cathedral. It was discovered after the Second World War, when the area was heavily bombed and later partially rebuilt. The remains have been preserved and are now open to the public. It is planned to build a building on the garden, but it is decided that the garden remains open to the public.
The Wertheim House is the only half-timbered house in the Old Town that survived undamaged the heavy bombing of the Second World War. It is located on the Römerberg next to the Historical Museum.
The Saalhof is the oldest surviving building in the Old Town and dates back to the 12th century. It was used by Dutch garments as an exhibition hall, held as masses in the 14th and 15th centuries. The Saalhof was partially destroyed in the Second World War and later rebuilt. Today it serves as part of the Historical Museum.
The Eiserner Steg is a pedestrian bridge over the Main, which connects Römerberg and Sachsenhausen. It was built in 1868 and was the second bridge that crossed the river. After the Second World War, when it was blown up by the Wehrmacht, it was quickly rebuilt in 1946. Today, 10,000 people cross the bridge every day.
The Alte Oper is a former opera house, hence the name "Alte Oper". The opera house was built in 1880 by architect Richard Lucae. It was one of the great opera houses in Germany until it was severely damaged during the Second World War. Until the late 70s it was a ruin nicknamed "Germany's most beautiful ruin". The former Mayor of Frankfurt, Rudi Arndt, called for a detonation in the 1960s, earning him the nickname "Dynamite-Rudi". (Later Arndt said he had never meant his proposal seriously.)
Public pressure led to its renovation and reopening in 1981. Today it serves as a famous concert hall, while operas are performed in the "new" Frankfurt Opera House. The inscription on the frieze of the Old Opera reads: "To the true, the beautiful, the good" ("To be true, beautiful and good").
The Eschenheimer tower (Eschenheimer tower) was built at the beginning of the 15th century and served as a city gate as part of late medieval fortifications. It is the oldest and most unchanged building in the city center.
St. Catherine's Church
St. Catherine's Church is the largest Protestant church dedicated to Catherine of Alexandria, an early Christian martyr. It is located in the city center at the entrance of the central pedestrian zone Zeil.
Although the Hauptwache is today mostly connected to the metro station of the same name, the name derives from a baroque building in the square above the station. The Hauptwache was built in 1730 and used as a prison, hence the name "guard house". Today, the square surrounding the building is also called the "Hauptwache" (formally: An der Hauptwache). It is located in the city center opposite St. Catherine's Church and houses a famous café.
Frankfurt Central Station, which opened in 1888, was built as the main station for Frankfurt to replace three smaller downtown stations and increase the capacity required for travelers. It was built as a terminus and was until 1915, when the Leipzig Central Station was opened, the largest in terms of area in Europe. Its three main halls were built in neo-renaissance style, while the later extension of two exterior halls in 1924 was built in neoclassical style.
The Frankfurter Hof is a Grade II listed hotel in the city center on Kaiserplatz, built from 1872 to 1876. It is part of the Steigenberger hotel group and is considered the most prestigious place in the city.
Numerous exclusive restaurants invite you to share culinary delights with the Frankfurt escort lady.