Exciting opportunities with Bad Iburg hotels
Located in Lower Saxony in north-west Germany, this rural town has experienced significant economic rejuvenation in recent years. At the same time, it retains its characteristic diversity and stunning agricultural surroundings. Over a thousand years old, the town has a rich history, and its heritage has been preserved in the form of its striking architecture and castle. Business travellers will not be disappointed hotels in Bad Iburg
What is unique about Bad Iburg?
The village is encircled by the stunning landscapes typical of the region, where you can unwind. With excellent transport links the major commercial centres in central Germany, a hotel in Bad Iburg is an ideal base for business travellers to Saxony.
What can I expect from business life here?
Accessible via the Münster Osnabrück and Paderborn Airports, and commutable from the commercial centres of Munster, Hannover and Bremen, Bad Iburg is a growing regional business centre. A major reason for the economic upturn in Bad Iburg is the result of the participation of its citizens. The working group here is proactive, collaborating closely with the local government and business. Improvements in the infrastructure of the village and surrounding area have put it in an ideal position for sustained economic prosperity. There are several prime locations for business meetings and conferences, including the stunning castle Iburg. Saxony in the heart of Germany is awash with business events, and has been dubbed 'Silicon Saxony', reflecting its prevalence of tech and science expos and conferences, international network (Taiwan is a major trade partner) and entrepreneurial culture.
What else can I do from my Bad Iburg hotel?
Your Bad Iburg hotel will be located in an idyllic area, so it's perhaps not surprising that hiking is popular. There are over 150 kilometres of marked trails through the neighbouring Teutoburg Forest. The Schloss Iburg Clock Museum is fascinating, especially for those with an interest in engineering or technology. History lovers will also get a kick out of the castle, which was the seat of the 11th century Bishop Benno II and later the Benedictine Abbey of St Clement. The fabulously ornate Baroque Knight's Hall is one of the earliest in Germany. The castle was the birthplace of Sophie Charlotte who later became the first queen of Prussia. Health and wellness-lovers can enjoy Bad Iburg's state approved health resort.