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Eschborn offers much advantages, not only low trade tax

Many people know Eschborn for its low trade tax. The privileged assessment rate of trade tax is 330 % (Comparison*: Trade tax rate of Frankfurt 460%, of Wiesbaden+Mainz+Offenbach each 440%, of Darmstadt 425%). That way, you will save trade tax up to 5% of your earnings!
In addition to the low trade tax rate, thanks to its location in the heart of the Rhine-Main area, Eschborn is one of the most conveniently situated cities in Germany. It is directly located at the city boundary of Frankfurt, at the freeway to Gießen, Kassel and Darmstadt as well as the freeway to Wiesbaden, Mainz, Köln and Würzburg - Eschborn is just as conveniently situated as it is tax privileged.

In just ten minutes you will reach Frankfurt Airport as well as the main station. In twenty minutes you will be in Mainz or Wiesbaden, in thirdy-five minutes you will reach Hanau or Aschaffenburg. Which other establishment can offer you this convenient location?

Many tourist- attractions are nearby.You want to go on a cruise on a Rhine ship to see the Loreley or visit knights in the castle Ronneburg? These attractions are only forty minutes away. In just under an hour, you can enter the castle of Heidelberg.

Thanks to its location near Frankfurt, Eschborn is part of the Rhine Main area, one of the most important agglomerations in Germany with 5 million inhabitants. The Rhine Main area is the interface of Europe’s data highway as well as the interface of the most traveled highways. The Rhine Main network (RMV) is the largest transport association in Europe, the Rhine is the most run trafficked river in Europe. Frankfurt has the busiest train station of Germany and the biggest cargo airport of continental Europe. The "Zeil" is the pedestrian zone with the highest turnover in Germany and Frankfurt’s fair center with more than 41,000 exhibitors is the biggest one in Europe. With the Deutsche Börse AG and the European Central Bank (ECB), Frankfurt is the financial center of Germany and of the European Union.

In connection with its castles and palaces as well as many other tourist attractions in the Taunus, Spessart, the Odenwald, Bergstraße, Rhinehesse and Rhinegau, the Rhine Main area offers extraordinary leisure opportunities outside business. Furthermore, the Rhine Main area is surrounded by four of the most important wine-growing areas of Germany: Franconia, Bergstraße, Rhine-Hesse and Rhinegau.

* The assessment rate for trade tax is provided without assuming any responsibility for the accuracy of the data.