Griesheim is a medium-sized town in the heart of the Rhine-Main area, in Germany. It is located near the cities of Darmstadt, Frankfurt, Mannheim, Mainz, and Wiesbaden. Griesheim is one of the largest municipalities in the Darmstadt-Dieburg rural district. It offers many modern facilities and is a popular place to live and work, due to its very diverse business infrastructure. Griesheim has an increasing number of cultural events to offer and range of public facilities that include a modern outdoor swimming pool, an indoor pool with sauna and solarium, sports halls and fields, parks, and a relaxing forest and green space.
Griesheim has an Economic Development Department to promote the city for new business. Companies currently in Griesheim include Gewerbeverein Griesheim, Standortmarketing, and the Hessen Agency. The Industrial Park Griesheim (IPG) is focussed on the research and development in the chemical and related industries. The Griesheim industrial park is home of about 30 companies from a wide range of industries. Companies in the park include Clariant, Weylchem Frankfurt, SGL Carbon, AllessaChemie, Infraserv Logistics, and BIS Industrieservice Mitte. Griesheim has both industrial and commercial office space available.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Griesheim offers many festivals throughout the year, including the onion market, held in the Autumn, Christmas market, and several museum-sponsored festivals and celebrations. There are many dining options in and around Griesheim, including Trattoria da Attilio for Italian cuisine, Waldschlosschen offering Greek food, and Cafe Linie Neun.
The closest public airport to Griesheim is the Frankfurt International Airport, which is 18.5 km / 11.5 miles away. The city has excellent transportation connections via the motorway (A5/A67) and public transit. The tram connects to Darmstadt. Darmstadt’s main railway station and the Darmstadt motorway junction are just a few minutes from Griesheim. From there, Frankfurt Airport can be reached quickly and easily.