HIGHWAY TO BUSINESS “Mobility and business” is not the TAUNUS LAB.’s tagline for nothing. The A5 motorway is one of the busiest and also the most important north-south route in Germany and practically adjoins the campus. It connects with both Frankfurt International Airport and Frankfurt city centre in just 20 minutes’ drive. Friedrichsdorf railway station is just 2 km away and provides connections to Frankfurt city centre and other destinations every 20 minutes. There are bus connections into the town, Bad Homburg and other areas within the region.

Highway to
business

Highway to
business

HIGHWAY TO BUSINESS “Mobility and business” is not the TAUNUS LAB.’s tagline for nothing. The A5 motorway is one of the busiest and also the most important north-south route in Germany and practically adjoins the campus. It connects with both Frankfurt International Airport and Frankfurt city centre in just 20 minutes’ drive. Friedrichsdorf railway station is just 2 km away and provides connections to Frankfurt city centre and other destinations every 20 minutes. There are bus connections into the town, Bad Homburg and other areas within the region.

FRANKFURT AHEAD The town of Friedrichsdorf has a population of 25,000 and is the third largest town in the Hochtaunuskreis district. The Taunus mountains with their leisure amenities and abundance of nature are ubiquitous here. The Taunus Carré shopping centre and the multitude of smaller independent shops leave the local population with nothing to be desired in terms of infrastructure. There is not only a diversified cultural scene with plenty of clubs and societies and events, but also 16 children’s day nurseries, four primary schools and a secondary school with 6th form. New residential developments such as the ÖkoSiedlung Friedrichsdorf are created in harmony with nature. And all this just a stone’s throw from the city of Frankfurt, with its ever present skyline.

Frankfurt
ahead

Frankfurt
ahead

FRANKFURT AHEAD The town of Friedrichsdorf has a population of 25,000 and is the third largest town in the Hochtaunuskreis district. The Taunus mountains with their leisure amenities and abundance of nature are ubiquitous here. The Taunus Carré shopping centre and the multitude of smaller independent shops leave the local population with nothing to be desired in terms of infrastructure. There is not only a diversified cultural scene with plenty of clubs and societies and events, but also 16 children’s day nurseries, four primary schools and a secondary school with 6th form. New residential developments such as the ÖkoSiedlung Friedrichsdorf are created in harmony with nature. And all this just a stone’s throw from the city of Frankfurt, with its ever present skyline.