Reutlingen Technology Centre
With a population of over 100,000 and a work-force of over 50,000, Reutlingen is one of the fastest-growing cities in the German state of Baden-Württemberg. The town is well-known for its dynamic service and industry sectors. There are good reasons why more and more people are choosing to live and work in Reutlingen. Every day thousands travel to the town and the surrounding industrial-hub where many prestigious firms are based.
Reutlingen’s colorful city center, with its inviting pedestrian precinct, is the heart of the town. Its network of car-free streets has made Reutlingen into one of the liveliest shopping locations in the region. As well as shops catering to all your shopping needs, you’ll find many cultural attractions close at hand – there’s St Nicholas’s Cathedral, St Mary’s Cathedral, not to mention Market Square with its famous fountain. Reutlingen’s markets are well-known for their quality and ambiance. How about a trip to the weekly market or the famous Reutlingen Christmas market? There’s plenty of nightlife too: Reutlingen’s cinemas, clubs and restaurants have something for all tastes and are synonymous with great value for the money.
With its historical sights, sporting events, impressive nature reserves (as well as a host of other family-friendly tourist destinations close by), Reutlingen has a surprising amount to offer locals and visitors alike. Achalm Mountain, not far from the town, is the perfect place for hiking but also boasts a fascinating array of archaeological sites dating from the Bronze Age. The ruins of Achalm Castle and the scenic terrace at Achalm Castle Restaurant are two of Reutlingen’s other popular tourist destinations. The town’s bowling alley, ice-skating rink, swimming center and indoor rock climbing center are all perfect places to while away a rainy day.
Located in picturesque surrounds at the foot of the Swabian Alps, and easy to reach by plane, train and car, Reutlingen offers locals and visitors a high quality of life, all the conveniences of a modern city and a surprising range of leisure activities.
Reutlingen at a glance:
- Old Town
Location of AIRTEC headquarters
Kronberg Central Administration
The resort town of Kronberg is not just known for its fresh air, though there is plenty of that. Nowadays, it is an attractive destination for home-makers and tourists alike. It’s difficult to believe that this idyllic town, with a population of 18,000, is just 10 minutes from Frankfurt and 25 minutes from Wiesbaden.
The first thing that usually strikes visitors is how Kronberg has kept so much of its past intact. Recent research has shown that the history of the town reaches back as far as the Carolingian Era, more than a thousand years ago. Kronberg Castle dates to around the year 1220 CE and its construction laid the foundation for the city as it exists today – it is the very centerpiece of the town. The timber-framed houses of surrounding streets harken back to the Germany of the Middle Ages while the town’s many public parks, gardens and villas date from the nineteenth century. With its distinctive atmosphere and attractive surroundings, who wouldn’t be tempted to stay?
Kronberg boasts a range of cultural attractions and rich culinary offerings to suit individual tastes. Plenty of famous names in sports, business and the arts have chosen to make the town their home and, with comfortable living like this, it’s easy to understand why. Regular markets, parties, exhibitions and sporting events, including a wide range of family-oriented activities like the well-known Opel Zoo, round out the picture, making the town one of the most sought-after locations in the entire Rhein-Main region.
Kronberg at a glamce:
- Close to capital city