Ingolstadt - Bright Lights, Big City, with a History
Location: Historic to Urban
Ingolstadt is Bavaria’s fourth largest city, with basin borders near the Jura foothills. The east side of the city is near the lowland forests of the Danube, reaching an urban area. The city is filled with centuries of active historic buildings to visit, however the city is on the move to renovate and transform certain pockets into urban development. To keep all in balance, there are numerous parks, playgrounds, and playing fields for outdoor activities.
Business: An Evolving Economy
This city has been deemed as one of the strongest economic regions in Germany. The most dominating businesses are companies that perform highly in automotive and manufacturing. While these two industries are the highest grossing businesses in the city, trade, banks, insurance, and hospitals are just some of those other contributing factors that help the economy of Ingolstadt become better.
Culture: Quirky Tourism
The culture of Ingolstadt is nothing short of hospitable, like many of its neighboring cities and countries. Travelers can find that much of the town is filled with tourists, as well as welcoming hosts. There are numerous tours that can be chosen from such as themed tours like the Frankenstein tour or adventure tours like the Night at the City Museum.
Activities: Culinary Delights
Yes, the city must be filled with plentiful accommodations and attractions for its many guests. Ingolstadt is a culinary delight amongst other things. Travelers can plan for stopping by Bavarian restaurants or those that offer German cuisine as well. During the day, visitors can grab quick bites to eat at the local cafes and plan for eventful nights at the bars and clubs. During the week, one must pay a visit to the pubs for the market women who serve Bavarian sausages and fresh pretzels.