Foto: Municipality of Bad Nauheim
With around 33.000 inhabitants, Bad Nauheim is an attractive location for small and medium enterprises. This comprises mainly of a strong service sector, including medical services, technology and research as well as a promising IT-sector with a focus on software engineering. We are leaders in the fields of cardiology, rheumatology and sports medicine. This includes the Kerckhoff-Clinic, which is considered one of the world’s leading institutions for heart disease.
We pride ourselves with future oriented city policies, which address the most important issues of our time. Our smart city strategy has been ranked top five in Germany and we are international pioneers in sustainable city development. Part of this is a supportive environment for innovation and adequate infrastructure for co-creating and coworking. Within our coworking space “Work Nouveau” we are paving the way for an innovation hub, that offers space and the opportunity to establish a network for creative ideas, which suits to the local economy.
Featuring the largest Art Nouveau Ensemble in Europe, we have an attractive city center with many boutique shops and inviting restaurants. The large parks and city forest are all within walking distance. Our educational sector has an international alignment with high quality childcare and a variety of schools.
Logistically well integrated in the north of the Rhine-Main-Region between Frankfurt and Gießen. There is a direct access to the highway A5. In addition to good long-distance connections, there are also regional train connections and well-developed bus routes in the city.
Cosmopolitan and diverse – the towns and cities in Frankfurt Rhine-Main have masses to offer – be it arts or architecture, history or hospitality, parks or playgrounds. Much awaits for you to discover.
The affluent Sachsenhausen district, known in the local lingo as Dribbdebach or “the other side of the stream”, is known for its quaint cobble-stoned streets lined with chic restaurants, pubs and cider taverns.