Offenbach am Main is picturesque place whose city status has not destroyed its charming provincial atmosphere. Impressive buildings exude an air of imperial majesty and a unique cultural panorama provides visitors with refreshing and remarkable exhibitions. A distinctly different quality attracts many visitors to this strange and scenic place, and a luscious location upon the River Main means travellers have access to many outdoor activities.
Hailed as one of Germany’s most beautiful landmarks, Offenbach’s commanding Isenburg Castle is a veritable vision of affluent authority. Dating back to the 16th century, the flagrant and fabulous fortress features talismanic turrets and gorgeous surrounding gardens.
The pristinely perfect sprawl of the Palais de Busing is another notable monument that demands the attention of travellers; a filigreed façade tumbles into manicured windows and a dizzying entrance portal that implores visitors to enter into its opulent interior.
Offenbach’s cultural contributions are as dynamic as its architectural array; the Deutsches Ledermuseum is Europe’s leading exposition about the history of leather. The complex processes of production are explained and intriguing leather-orientated memorabilia accompanies these informative insights.
Critically acclaimed and creatively executed, the food of the Fleischeslust Restaurant is sure to pleasure even the most discerning palate. A central city location enhances the class of the décor, while the delectable dishes of the menu pay homage to classic recipes while also presenting creative culinary concepts. (Wilhelmspl. 6, 63065 Offenbach am Main, Germany)