Staying in a Leinfelden-Echterdingen hotel
Leinfelden-Echterdingen hotels sit within a stunning town located south of the city of Stuttgart. With outstanding municipal infrastructure, services and support for enterprises and startups, it is an attractive location for professionals and businesses.
What can I discover here?
Leinfelden-Echterdingen is currently thriving, having recently pipped Stuttgart to the post for most competitive business city in a local government study. It is also surrounded by the picturesque Seven Mills Valley and offers visitors some of the best gastronomy in the region. The city is a participant in the Slow Food festival and its 'filderkraut' (cabbage), coming into season in autumn, is a strong contestant in this national competition.
What will my business experience be like?
Leinfelden-Echterdingen is one of the most desirable locations for business professionals in the Stuttgart region. There are diverse services and programmes proactively developing businesses and offering support to entrepreneurs looking to settle here. The town is dedicated to creating a healthy investor climate and the optimal conditions for entrepreneurial activity. There are a mixture of industries represented here, from small businesses to global players. Some of the main industries are business services, mechanical engineering, technology and information processing. There are over 32,000 people working in the town, and the unemployment rate is one of the lowest in the country. A number of green and leafy business parks offer executives a convenient and polished business experience. Moreover, companies based in Leinfelden-Echterdingen actually ranked higher for competitiveness than those in Stuttgart in a recent study by IHK Stuttgart.
What can I do from my Leinfelden-Echterdingen hotel?
There is an exceptional cultural scene to be enjoyed around your Leinfelden-Echterdingen hotel. From electro to hip-hop, rock to classical, the various gig and concert venues in the city offer a rich mix of sounds throughout the week. 'LE Laughs' is an excellent comedy evening at the local theatre. Or, if you are looking for something more edifying, the Geological Collection at Eselmühle is a sight to behold. Reflective of the town's industrial past, there is also a miller's trade museum and fire equipment museum to check out. Art lovers can rent works of art for up to two years from the Walter-Swiss Cultural Forum. Take a breather from work to stroll through the historic centre and indulge in some shopping or delicious local cuisine.