As one of Frankfurt’s quiet suburbs, Eschborn is regularly overlooked by travellers rushing the glittering lights of the city; however, upon closer inspection Eschborn offers a pleasing plethora of cultural attractions and a tranquil town atmosphere. Although it doesn’t boast any magnificent monuments or grandiose architecture, the suburb is a lovely place to escape hordes of tourists and wander the serene streets in search of lush greenery and arresting sculptures.
Reigning resplendent over the town is the stunning sculpture created by contemporary artist Florien Borkenhagen; Travel a Head is an enormous head sculpture that travelled around the world on container ships before reaching its intended destination of Eschborn.
Return to natural tranquillity with a visit to Arboretum Main-Taunus, a beautiful botanical garden a short drive for the town centre. Here, exotic plant and tree species bloom and evoke the atmosphere of their internationally diverse homelands.
In stark contrasts to its contents, the Eschborn Town Museum is a shimmering and modern building which harbours a fascinating collection of historical relics. The captivating collection tells the story of the town’s fascinating history and features informative exhibits about many intriguing subjects, including the daily life of residents 3000 years ago and the town’s gruesome and grandiose battle.
Enjoy an alternative experience of European cuisine with a visit to the dynamic and diverse Dalmatia Restaurant; enjoying a prime location in the town centre, Dalmatia serves classic Croatian cuisine in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Signature dishes include the crisp calamari and tender chicken breasts smothered in garlic and pepper.(Götzenstraße 57, 65760 Eschborn)