The cosmopolitan city of Neu-Isenburg is a place characterized by its rich history; founded by refugees, the city has continued to attract residents from all over the world, resulting in a decidedly diverse cultural atmosphere. Charming garden restaurants neighbor sophisticated shops and a multi-cultural heritage is documented in the captivating collections of the museums. Transport to the magnificent metropolis of Frankfurt is swift and simple, making Neu-Isenburg an excellent springboard from which to explore the city while still enjoying a relatively provincial atmosphere.
The morbid monuments of Neu-Isenburg’s old Cemetery are rich reminders of its illustrious past. Magnificent memorials neighbor monolithic headstones and celestial sculptures, all of which tell significant stories.
Neu-Isenburg’s atmospheric Old Town transports wanderers back into the traditions of by-gone days; wander amidst winding lanes and labyrinthine lanes to discover half-timbered houses and ancient historic buildings.
Arguably Neu-Isenburg’s most fascinating cultural contribution is the Zeppelin Museum, a creative collection of memorabilia that illustrates the history of the renowned Zeppelin aircraft. A comprehensive selection of airplanes compliments photography and scale models for your perusal.
Critically acclaimed and densely populated, the crowds and cuisine at Da Luigi are testament to its delightful culinary feats. Internationally inspired with a rich Italian undercurrent, signature dishes include grilled sea bass and roasted aubergine with grated truffles. (Kronengasse 8, 63263 Neu-Isenburg, Hesse, Germany)