Feel at home with hotels in Wangen im Allgäu
Wangen im Allgäu sits in south west Germany, near the Austrian border. With easy access via motorways and public transport or by air, it is the ideal location for those doing business both within the region and in neighbouring countries. Choose from hotels that provide conference facilities and full business functionality, or more traditional accommodation, including those with spa facilities; the perfect place to relax after a long days work. Hotels in Wangen im Allgäu offer the very best of traditional Germany whilst serving a regional business hub for entrepreneurs and companies to connect and grow.
What are the region's largest trade fairs?
Possibly the biggest and most well known trade fair in the surrounding area is Eurobike. Situated in Friedrichshafen, it attracts global suppliers and customers. The event is one of the largest on the cycling calendar and booking well ahead of time is a necessity. Lindau, a nearby town on the banks of Lake Constance plays host to a variety of trade fairs throughout the year and is overseeing the development of one of the largest conference and media facilities in the region.
What business centres are nearby to Wangen im Allgäu?
With easy access to the German economic hub of Munich, the Swiss capital Zurich, western Austria and even Liechtenstein, Wangen im Allgäu is the ideal base for those who operate in multiple locations. In addition, three international airports service the area - offering access to numerous destinations across both Europe and the rest of the world. Having said this, the town of Wangen im Allgäu has a strong infastructure thanks to a history of industry in mechanical engineering, which is well worth exploration.
What is there to do outside of work from my hotel in Wangen im Allgäu?
Wangen im Allgäu hotels are situated in one of the most beautiful regions of Germany, famous for its mountains, bell-wearing dairy cows, wheat beer and cheese. Within Wangen im Allgäu itself there are lovely old roads and traditional buildings which can be admired just by strolling through the city centre. The area is famous for many local delicacies served from traditional kitchens, such as käsespätzle (an egg noodle dish prepared with mountains of cheese), or one of the numerous types of wurst (sausage) with pan friend potatoes - sure to stave off the hunger pangs of the most ravenous.