Mobil unterwegs in Rhein-Neckar

In der Metropolregion Rhein-Neckar gibt es ein ausgedehntes Fern- und Nahverkehrsnetz; dazu zählen ICE und IC ebenso wie die S-Bahn Rhein-Neckar, Regionalexpresse und -bahnen, Straßenbahnen und Busse.

Gut vernetzt in Rhein-Neckar

Einer der besten Wege um sich in der Metropolregion einzuleben, ist einem der vielen Clubs und Vereine beizutreten.

Entdecke die Region Rhein-Neckar

Die Metropolregion Rhein-Neckar liegt im Schnittpunkt des Dreiländerecks Baden-Württemberg, Rheinland-Pfalz und Hessen, durchzogen von den Flüssen Rhein und Neckar. Insgesamt zählen sieben Landkreise und acht kreisfreie Städte zur Region.

Kultur und Mehr in Rhein-Neckar

Die Metropolregion Rhein-Neckar ist eine herausragende und außergewöhnliche Kulturregion. Ob Museen, Theater, historische Schlösser, klassische Konzerte, sommerliche Festspiele oder Aktivitäten für Familien – die Region bietet für jeden etwas.

Sport & Freizeit

Rhine-Neckar bietet eine große Auswahl an Sport- und Freizeitaktivitäten. Ob im Freien, in Vereinen, Fitness-Studios oder gar im Profi-Sport. Es gibt also keine Ausrede, um nicht fit und gesund zu bleiben!

Rhein-Neckar als Wirtschaftsstandort

Die Metropolregion Rhein-Neckar zählt zu den wichtigsten und attraktivsten Wirtschaftsstandorten Deutschlands. Viele Unternehmen, von international agierenden Großkonzernen über mittelständische Unternehmen bis hin zu innovativen Startups, sind in der Region ansässig.

Getting Around the Rhine-Neckar

Getting around in the Rhine-Neckar Region is easy and convenient, thanks to a modern, efficient and well-run public transportation system.

Discover the Rhine-Neckar Region

The Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region lies at the crossroads of the three states Baden-Württemberg, Hessen and Rhineland-Palatinate; also two of Germany’s largest rivers, the Rhine and the Neckar

Culture & More

The Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region enjoys a rich cultural heritage. Whether it be museums, theater, historical castles, classical concerts, summer festivals or family activities.

Sports & Leisure in Rhine-Neckar

Rhine-Neckar offers a wealth of opportunities when it comes to outdoor recreation, sports clubs, fitness studios and even professional sports. So there is no excuse not to stay fit and trim.

Mobil unterwegs in Mittelhessen

In Mittelhessen gibt es ein ausgedehntes Verkehrsnetz; dazu zählen ICE, IC ebenso wie Regionalbahnen und Busse. Dank des modernen, effizienten und gut organisierten Systems ist das Reisen einfach und bequem.

Gut vernetzt

Einer der besten Wege um sich in Mittelhessen einzuleben, ist einem der vielen Clubs und Vereine beizutreten.

Entdecke die Region Mittelhessen

Mittelhessen ist vielleicht am besten bekannt für seine drei Städte Gießen, Marburg und Wetzlar, die an den Ufern der Lahn liegen. In der gesamten Region gibt es 101 Städte und Gemeinden mit einer Gesamtbevölkerung von etwa einer Millionen Einwohner.

Kultur & mehr in Mittelhessen

Mittelhessen kann ein reiches kulturelles Erbe vorweisen. Ob Museen, Theater, historische Schlösser, klassische Konzerte, Sport oder Aktivitäten für Familien – die Region bietet Unterhaltung für jeden Geschmack.

Sport & Freizeit in Mittelhessen

Mittelhessen bietet eine große Auswahl an Sport- und Freizeitaktivitäten. Ob im Freien, in Vereinen, oder im Profi-Sport. Es gibt also keine Ausrede, um nicht fit und gesund zu bleiben!

Weltreligionen in Mittelhessen

Zusätzlich zu diese Kontaktadressen können Gottesdienste auch in der lokalen Zeitung nachgeschlagen werden.

Mittelhessen as a Business Location

As a business location, Mittelhessen is characterized by a strong and diverse contingent of mid-sized companies. But a surprising number of global players are also based in the region.

Getting Around in Mittelhessen

Getting around in Mittelhessen is fairly easy and convenient, thanks to a modern, efficient and well-run public transportation system.

Well Connected

One of the best ways to get acclimated to Mittelhessen is to join a local club or organization.

Discover the Mittelhessen Region

Mittelhessen is perhaps best known for the three cities located along the banks of the Lahn River – Gießen, Marburg and Wetzlar. But the entire region actually encompasses 101 municipalities with a total population of around one million.

Culture & More in Mittelhessen

Mittelhessen enjoys a rich cultural heritage. Whether it be museums, theater, historical castles, classical concerts, sports or family activities, the region offers something for everyone.

Sports & Leisure in Mittelhessen

Mittelhessen offers a wealth of opportunities when it comes to outdoor recreation, sports clubs, and professional sports. So there is no excuse not to stay fit and trim.

Getting around in Munich & Bavaria

The transportation system you will probably make the most use of during your stay here is the MVV, the German acronym for the Munich Transportation Company.

Where to Live in Munich & Bavaria

The state of Bavaria is vast and diverse. Its 12.5 million inhabitants are all Bavarian citizens (Bavaria is the only state in Germany offering this exclusivity), but only half would actually consider themselves true Bavarians.

Tourism and Culture in Munich & Bavaria

Munich and Bavaria have a rich cultural heritage. Whether it be museums, theater, historical palaces, classical concerts, summer festivals, or children’s activities, there is something to suit every cultural taste.

Religious Services in Munich & Bavaria

For some expatriates, relocating to another country means giving up some of the comforts of daily life – sacrificing activities that define how we see ourselves and how we want others to see us.

Mobility in the Rhein-Ruhr Region

While North Rhine-Westphalia is relatively large, getting around is fairly easy and convenient, thanks to a modern, efficient, and well-run public transportation system.

Discover the Rhein-Ruhr Region

As the most populated area in Germany, the Rhine-Ruhr region is a conglomeration of cities, towns and villages – each with its own heritage, history and culture.

Education Options in Düsseldorf

International churches provide an important link for the expatriate community in the Rhine-Ruhr region – a veritable home away from home.

Education Options in Düsseldorf

Not every expatriate will need the same services and the same level of service. A family will need and expect different services than will a single expatriate; experienced expatriates will probably need less assistance than inexperienced ones.

Mobility in the Rhein-Main Region

While the Rhein-Main area is relatively large, getting around in it is fairly easy and convenient, thanks to a modern, efficient, and well-run public transportation system.

Regional Buses and Carpooling

Regional Buses Starting in 2013, the market for regional buses in Germany was liberalized. Under pressure from the EU, the German government finally overturned a 1934 law which protected German railways from regional bus competition. Private companies are now...

Taxis

Of course, public transport is not the only way of getting around in Germany. The two leading forms of private transport are taxis and private automobiles.

Frankfurt Airport – A Mammoth Among Airports

Serving more around 60 million passengers per anum, the Frankfurt Airport is ranked among the leading airports in the world. The airport boasts Europe’s most extensive air route network: well over 100 scheduled airlines serving about 300 destinations to more...

Rail Travel and Call a Bike

German Railways – Often Faster Than Flying The Deutsche Bahn is the German national railway system. Frankfurt happens to be one of its key interchange points, with Frankfurt’s Main Railway Station (Hauptbahnhof) its main hub. This huge, impressive...

RMV – Tickets & Passes

Depending on where you come from, you may find the payment system for public transport here a little confusing at first.

RMV – The Rhein-Main Verkehrsverbund

The network you will probably make the most use of during your stay here is the RMV, the German acronym for the Rhein-Main Transportation Association. This extensive network comprises streetcars, buses, underground and aboveground rapid transit trains.

Getting Involved Frankfurt-Rhein-Main

One of the best ways to get acclimated to your new home away from home is to join a local club or organization. Here is a listing of international organizations in the Rhein-Main region, as well as other contact addresses.

Clubs and Volunteer Groups

American Women’s Club of the Taunus e.V. Hollerberg 1 61440 Oberursel Tel: 06171-58 08 35 Fax: 06171-57 37 1 www.awctaunus.org Amnesty International Leipzigerstr. 17 60487 Frankfurt Tel: 069-49 61 49 www.amnesty-frankfurt.de Asociación Peruana en Frankfurt...

Business Contacts

American Chamber of Commerce in Germany e.V. Börsenplatz 7-11 60313 Frankfurt Tel: 069-929 104 0 Fax: 069-929 104 11 www.amcham.de American-German Business Club Frankfurt e.V. Mainzer Landstr. 176 60327 Frankfurt Tel: 069 97358-275 Fax: 069 97358-101 www.agbc.de...

Help and Advice Directory

AGAH – Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Ausländerbeiräte Hessen Kaiser-Friedrich-Ring 31 65185 Wiesbaden Tel: 0611-989 95 0 Fax: 0611-989 95 18 www.agah-hessen.de Amt für Multikulturelle Angelegenheiten Lange Str. 25-27 60311 Frankfurt Tel: 069-212 387 65 Fax: 069-212...

Other Important Cities in Hessen

Wetzlar One of the most historic cities in Germany, Wetzlar is situated on the banks of the Lahn River. Rising above the narrow streets and steep walkways of the old city is the majestic cathedral of Wetzlar. Thanks to the abundance of iron ore in the region, Wetzlar...

Other Major Cities in the Region

Mainz The 2000-year-old city of Mainz is located at the confluence of the Rhein and Main rivers. Once the seat of the Prince-Electors of the Holy Roman Empire, today Mainz is the capital of the state of Rheinland-Palatinate. The city skyline is dominated by the...

Other Cities in the Region

Darmstadt The Rhein-Main region’s royal connection stretches all the way to Darmstadt, due south of Frankfurt. It was here that Queen Victoria’s grandson, the Grand Duke Ernst Ludwig of Hessen, married his second wife, Eleanor, in 1905. To mark the occasion, the city...

Taunus: Frankfurt’s Greenbelt

The Taunus is frequently referred to as “Frankfurt’s living room,” a title earned because so many people choose to live in the green vistas of the Taunus Mountains but work in Frankfurt.

Where to Live in Frankfurt-Rhein-Main

Frankfurt-Rhein-Main has a rich cultural heritage. Whether it be museums, theater, historical castles, classical concerts, summer festivals, or children’s activities, the region has something to offer every cultural taste.