FRANKFURT ESCORTS

 
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If someone has only ever visited one German city there’s a good chance it was Berlin – but there’s about the same chance it was Frankfurt. This bustling city on the Main is one of Germany’s main gateways to the rest of the world, but while Hamburg is the greatest seaport Frankfurt has the country’s busiest international airport – in fact it’s one of the busiest in the world. That’s because of Frankfurt’s central location, which has also made it a major business hub that brings in many visitors. If you’re one of them, welcome! You should also take some time to explore the city itself, and perhaps we can introduce you to the perfect companion for your stay.

In fact we can help you find the perfect companion for just about anything – from a dinner partner for a couple of hours, to someone who will help you enjoy your entire stay in Frankfurt. Krypton Escort Service has its roots in Berlin but now we’re expanding into other cities throughout Germany. What makes a city suitable for Krypton Escorts? The most important thing is that it has a university, because at Krypton we do things a little differently from the average escort agency. We don’t just hire anyone who looks okay and hasn’t spent too much time in jail; we’re looking for a very special kind of lady. Our secret (well, it’s not very secret) is that we only work with students.

Yes, students. We’ve found that these girls make the very best escorts, for a whole lot of reasons. They’re smart, motivated and sociable. They always know the best places to go and the most fun things to do. They love meeting new people and doing new things. And, of course, they’re young and lively. We look for students who’re interested in working with us, then we interview them and get to know them; the very best can join our team. Our confidence in the ladies has been well proven by now – if you want to enjoy yourself in a new city a student escort is the perfect companion to have by your side, and Frankfurt offers you endless possibilities for fun things to do together.

Like many German cities Frankfurt has an ancient history, which has made it what it is today. Archaeologists sometimes find artefacts from as far back as the Stone Age but the first real settlement was built by the Romans almost 2,000 years ago. It was probably a military base rather than a town but the Romans liked to enjoy themselves and one of its features was a large bath house. Roman baths were also entertainment centres, so if you take the chance to relax in a Frankfurt spa with an attractive lady companion you’ll be following a tradition brought here by the Legions! By the early Middle Ages a larger city was already growing, first on an island in the Main then spreading along the river’s banks, and it wasn’t long before it became a trade centre. The Frankfurt Trade Fair was founded in 1150 and it’s still running today; maybe you’re one of the millions of people who’re coming to visit one of its expos. If you are, we think you’re going to enjoy yourself!

Anyway, if you’re here on business you’ll have some free time; if you’re here for pleasure you’ll have a lot more. So what should you do in Frankfurt? Here are some suggestions to get you started:

  • See a show
    Mousonturm
    It doesn’t matter what you like to see on the stage – you’ll find it in Frankfurt. The city has one of Europe’s top opera houses, which was voted best in Germany in 2010 and 2011. Its house orchestra is also very highly rated. The largest English-language theatre in Europe can be found in the city centre, and the Künstlerhaus Mousonturm is a free theatre that’s fantastic for quirky and experimental shows.
  • Enjoy a festival
    Frankfurt has one of Germany’s busiest festival programmes. There’s a museum festival that attracts three million visitors every August; more than 20 museums along the Main combine their exhibits with live music, dance shows and pop-up restaurants. Other festivals cover music, crafts and light shows.
  • Plan a picnic
    Locals sometimes call Frankfurt “Mainhattan” because it has so many skyscrapers, but it’s also classed as a green city thanks to its selection of parks. Enjoy a picnic with your charming companion in the Stadtwald forest or at the Wallanlagen, where the old city walls stood.
  • Take in some music
    Frankfurt was one of the main players in the early techno scene, but there’s plenty of other music too! From classical orchestras to indie rock, there’s no shortage of live performances. A Krypton college girl can be the perfect guide to the music scene.
  • Have a night on the town
    The central area around the main shopping street, the Zeil, is full of bars, cafes and clubs. Your student escort will know all the best places to go for a great night out. On the annual “Night of the clubs” you can visit up to 20 different clubs on a €12 ticket, with shuttle buses laid on to take you between them.

Eating out

German cuisine means sausage and sauerkraut, right? Wrong! The country has a huge range of delicious food on offer and you can find plenty of it in Frankfurt. The city’s business links have also brought a strong international flavour, so you’ll be able to enjoy dishes from around the world. As you explore you’ll feel like there’s almost a restaurant on every street corner, but here are a few you should definitely try:

  • Restaurant Medici

    If you want to treat a special someone to a special meal you can’t beat Restaurant Medici. Possibly the best restaurant in Frankfurt, it offers a spectacular selection of alluring Mediterranean dishes. The surroundings are lovely, the food is excellent and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly – it’s just the place for a delightful meal with your escort.

  • Atschel

    No visit to Germany is complete without trying traditional German food, and we thoroughly recommend Atschel if you want to get the most from the experience. It’s not just the food that’s traditional either – so are the décor and layout. Have a boisterous meal at a communal table surrounded by Frankfurters (the people, not the sausage – well, maybe both) or find an intimate corner to share with your companion. This might be the best place in Frankfurt to enjoy a schnitzel, and we highly recommend the apple wine too.

  • Jimmy’s Bar

    If you’re looking for something different Jimmy’s Bar is a great choice. Intimate and quirky, it’s located in the cellar of the Hotel Hessischer Hof, it’s straight out of a Humphrey Bogart movie – right down to the piano player on Fridays and Saturdays. There’s a choice of great food and a very nice cocktail list. If you’re a smoker it’s also one of the few places in the western world that won’t banish you to the pavement. If you plan to visit at the weekend it’s best to book first; then you and your lady are guaranteed a table.

Frankfurt hotels

Any visit to Frankfurt should be enjoyable, but it’ll be even better when you have a good hotel to work or explore from. Choosing the right location makes a huge difference, so here are a few of our suggestions. Any one of these will give you a place to rest, relax or spend time alone with your companion:

  • Villa-Kennedy
    Villa Kennedy
    Only a few yards from the bank of the River Main, the Villa Kennedy is an ideal choice for anyone who wants to explore Frankfurt from a warm and welcoming home from home. Spacious rooms, an attentive staff and excellent amenities make it Frankfurt’s top-rated hotel according to TripAdvisor, and that status is well earned. Despite its central location it has an intimate and friendly atmosphere. All Frankfurt’s sights are a walk or short taxi journey away. There’s also an in-house spa, so if you want to relax a bit and enjoy the company Villa Kennedy is a top option.

    Kennedy Avenue 70, 60596
    +49 69 717120
  • Steinberger-Frankfurter-Hof
    Steinberger Frankfurter Hof
    Do you prefer a touch of old-world elegance when you travel? Then the Steinberger Frankfurter Hof should be your destination in Frankfurt. It’s a magnificent stone building that drips with 19th century decadence, but inside you’ll find all the modern amenities you could ask for. Rooms are large and airy, combining classic style with up to date functionality, and make a very comfortable place to relax between activities. They’re also perfect if you want to enjoy some time alone with your companion, of course.

    Am Kaiserplatz, 60311
    +49 69 215-02
  • Hilton-Frankfurt
    Hilton Frankfurt
    The Hilton is conveniently located just a few minutes’ walk from the Zeil and main squares, but the surroundings are quiet – you’re sure of a good night’s sleep here! Rooms are well sized and comfortable, and there’s a good range of facilities too. The pool and fitness centre are great if you want to unwind after a day at work, one reason that the Hilton is a solid favourite with people visiting Frankfurt on business.

    HOCHSTRASSE 4, 60313
    +49-69-133800