Work where other people go on vacation

Big cities around the world are growing. Many people get the impression that only the big cities offer opportunities for employment and an attractive living environment. The advantages of living and/or working in a small town are rarely acknowledged. For everyone who is interested in our job offers but dread the thought of living in a small town, we want to point out the advantages and try to dispel the doubts and prejudices.

Sometimes it’s good to go against the flow

Our company headquarters is in Limburg an der Lahn, a cathedral city with a virtually unscathed town center that is well worth seeing. Two freeway junctions on the A3 and an ICE train station ensure excellent access to many regions and cities of Germany and the rest of the world: It is only 20 minutes to Germany’s biggest airport by ICE, 30 minutes to downtown Frankfurt and 45 minutes to Wiesbaden, Mainz or Cologne. There are direct connections to Munich, Düsseldorf and Brussels. Commuters from the Rhine/Main region travel to Limburg against the flow, with no worries about traffic.

Live where other people go on vacation. That is quality of life.

The town of Limburg offers an outstanding quality of life with a good infrastructure and a relatively low cost of living. Rent and real estate prices are reasonable: For the price of a two-room apartment in Frankfurt you can have a four-room apartment in Limburg or a house and garden in the suburbs. At the same time the town offers all the infrastructure conveniences of a mid-sized city, within walking distance: Schools of all types, including several high schools, a branch of the Mittelhessen University of Applied Science, a cinema, a large sports and leisure center, a major supra-regional hospital, a well-developed daycare infrastructure and – last but not least – a thriving town center with tourist highlights, diverse shopping opportunities and a wide selection of international restaurants.

Limburg is the hub for a large commuting area: More than 20 government agencies and administrative offices are located here, and residents of the surrounding municipalities come together for the annual town celebrations and wine festivals. The famous cathedral is not only interesting because of its architecture, but also serves as an impressive location for top-notch musical events.

Due to Limburg’s location in the Lahn Valley between the Westerwald and Taunus Mountains and not far from the Rheinhessen and Rheingau wine regions, the city and its environs offer an attractive landscape for boating, hiking and cycling. The peace and quiet of a rural setting is just minutes away.

Admittedly, there are also disadvantages: Limburg cannot compete with the industrial density and diversity of jobs offered by a big city. If you are wondering where your partner is going to work, please feel free to ask us about employment opportunities in the region. In and around Limburg there are many successful mid-sized enterprises and hidden champions – very modern companies with good reputations seeking specialists in all areas. We will be glad to assist you in the search for employment.

And if you decide to take up residence in Limburg, we will help you with the moving costs…

Different perspectives of the city:

Image film of the city of Limburg

Limburg hautnah - Der Städtetrip

Das ist Limburg - der Song

Limburg an der Lahn, Sightseeing features

Information about the Limburg-Weilburg district:

Website of Limburg-Weilburg district

Image film of Limburg-Weilburg district

District of Limburg-Weilburg from above - Lahntal

Links for apartment hunting:

Juliane Michel Immobilien

Immobilien Hahnefeld

Schaefer Immobilien

Von Poll Immobilien - Offers Limburg

KIP - Limburg's municipal real estate platform

Child care in Limburg:

Overview of all childcare facilities

Lahn-Kindergrippen e.V.

Familienzentrum Müze e.V.

General Information:

Website of the city of Limburg

Market place Limburg-Weilburg

FNP - local newspaper