Here we quotea text Hattersheimer town plan:

"Hattersheim at Main and its chocolate sides

Hattersheim at Main has changed during the last years, not only to a modern service location and a popular residential location, but the  Main town with its many-sided leisure possibilities and recreational possibilities has also developed the tourist offers. Families and groups can book a guided tour on town’s history, mill’s history and traffic history... and after the tour spoil themselves in nice restaurants. A visit to music events, handicrafts events, cabaret events and theatrical events rounds the stay.

In the city triangle Frankfurt, Wiesbaden and Mainz consists of 27,000 inhabitants, including the local authority district,  the Rhine Main and the Hessian invites to do the walking and cycling activities on the fruit meadow route in the regional park. Numerous green arrangements and regional  road connections offer possibilities for diverse leisure activities. Besides, by the districts of Okriftel and Edders runs the Main cycling path which is considered to be one of the most diverse distant cycle tracks in Germany. Here there are not only nice bank arrangements which offer attractive recreational space, but also a diverse catering trade which invites to the comfortable notch or the ever young remaining audience to the "Chillen".

The route of the industrial culture in the Rhine Main area connects important traditional and modern places between mountains Milten at the Main and Bingen on the Rhine. It leads to Hattersheim with a total of 21 stations, including the historical old postal court and sponger court, the former accommodation of the Sarotti-Mohrs, an artistic installation of a Farbrührers of the former Hoechst AG or to the pumping station."

As far as the official text. Only as a remark of our side from: For us Hattersheim has the nicest marketplace in the entire area and delicious ice-cream, so loved by our son!

More info ar: www.hattersheim.de, www.kulturforum.de (events in Hattersheim), www.route-industriekultur.de, www.regionalpark-rheinmain.de



 

 

 

 

 

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