Donauwörth hotels are ideal for professionals
Your hotel in Donauwörth puts you in the heart of one of the main economic and cultural centres in the Swabia region. The regional business centre is increasingly attracting international investment from large companies and growing in economic importance. Donauwörth covers an area of around 77 square kilometres and is home to a population of 60 thousand inhabitants. The city's infrastructure is excellent and developing, offering business executives brief commutes and work-life balance in the form of the city's natural surroundings, which include the stunning Riedlinger Lakes, and extensive recreational areas.
What is of interest about Donauwoerth?
This historic city is also modern and economically buoyant. Donauwörth's administration is working together with over 60 member companies from the local and (increasingly) international business community to boost its economic prosperity. The 'City initiative Donauwörth' is creating a vibrant city that fuses historic charm with all the resources required to secure an economically stable future.
What can I expect from the business environment?
Donauwörth has a high quality commercial area, where you will find numerous international companies. The commercial hub is easily accessed by public transport, including train, bus and cycle networks. Donauwörth's swathe of business facilities include conference centres and a high profile private business school, where a new generation of European business professionals are flourishing. The school is a member of the Association Bayrischer private schools and offers its students an innovative, internationally-focused experience. It regularly partners with the local business network to deliver a high-quality events programme, research and development activities, and fund new entrepreneurial ventures.
What can I do in my free time near my hotel in Donauwörth?
There is plenty to do away from your Donauwörth hotel. The Volkshochschule Donauwörth has a yoga school and Health Forum, and is one of the largest community colleges in the area, offering around 900 vocational courses. Reichstraße is one of the most historic streets in southern Germany, and the location of innumerable shops and markets, and is also an events centre that will appeal to the whole family. Visitors to the city can enjoy cycling, fishing, hiking and golfing in the beautiful of the Swabian Alb nearby. Cultural offerings range from concerts, open-air theatre, festivals and exhibitions. Of the city's five museums, don't miss the curious but famous Käthe Kruse Doll Museum in particular.