Booking an Alpine business hotel in Landshut
The city is located in the Alpine foothills of lower Bavaria, where the main land use in the region is agricultural, making this a strikingly attractive place to conduct business. Landshut hotels offer business travellers excellent facilities, comfortable rooms and breathtaking surroundings.
What will I find in Landshut that I can't elsewhere?
The city's origins date back to neolithic times, and you can still see examples of its long history unearthed during archaeological digs in the city's museums. Stone age settlements still feature in the landscape today. Skipping forward, since the 1970s the city has become a centre of economics, social sciences and technology, as a result of the establishment of the Fachhochschule in Landshut, which specialises in these disciplines. In 2004, Landshut celebrated its 800th anniversary, so those with an interest in history can dive deep here.
What is business like in Landshut?
Close to the financial metropolis that is Munich, Landshut has one of the strongest economies in Germany. Unemployment in the city is low, and the population of commuters to the city is growing steadily year on year. Numerous other companies of national and international significance also have large offices in the city. Other major employers in the city include Sparkasse and E.ON, and bubbling away in the background are the city's two well-established breweries, C. Wittmann and Landshuter. The most important business fairs in Landshut are the Lower Bavaria Show, an environmental fair, and a biannual fair on future trends. All are held in the enormous Trade Fair Centre, which also puts on leisure and cultural events. The Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs also frequently offers successful 'LINK eV' networking events in the field of digitisation at Landshut's university.
What can I do while staying in my Landshut hotel?
Landshut hotels offer unique opportunities in southern Germany. The Gothic cityscape in its Bavarian mountain context gives Landshut a strangely romantic atmosphere for such an important commercial city. The city has a newly opened sculpture museum, which includes the personal collection of the internationally known Fritz Koenig. The ducal Landshut Palace is the first renaissance palace north of the Alps, and is an imposing presence not to be missed in your exploration of the city's pleasures. Landshut Dominican Church is an example of the magnificent Bavarian baroque style, and has resulted in Landshut's appellation as the 'Lower Bavarian Tuscany'.