Our headquarters are based in Grafenrheinfeld, Lower Franconia. Connected to the intersections of the A3 and A7 as well as A70 and A71 highways, Grafenrheinfeld is conveniently situated in the district of Schweinfurt. Located at the Main and surrounded by vineyards, natural swimming lakes and nature reserves, Grafenrheinfeld is an ideal place to live for young families and active people. Comparatively favorable construction land/rental costs and a low unemployment rate characterize this family-friendly location. A primary school, two day-care centers for children and a care center for senior citizens can be found directly in the village, in addition to shopping facilities, bakeries, a variety of restaurants and medical care.
Thanks to the good connection to the highway junction, you can reach Bamberg or Würzburg in half an hour and Schweinfurt in ten minutes. Furthermore, Grafenrheinfeld is connected to the city bus network of Schweinfurt.
In the middle of the Franconian wine country, surrounded by the Rhoen, Steigerwald and the Haßberge Hills, lies the former free imperial city of Schweinfurt. Art and industry characterize the city. Inventions that keep people on the move to this day come from Schweinfurt: Ball and roller bearings and the modern bicycle with freehub have their origins here. The Ferrari clutch in Michael Schuhmacher’s racing car also originated in the heads of Schweinfurt inventors. The ball bearing industry is still strongly represented in Schweinfurt today. Due to the two supra-regionally known museums “Die Kunsthalle” and the “Georg-Schäfer-Museum”, Schweinfurt is no longer just an industrial city, but a city where art, culture, remarkable architecture, science and tradition can be experienced.
In Bamberg, you can experience world cultural heritage live – since 1993 the city bears the title awarded by UNESCO. Tradition and progress unite to form a harmonious whole. The Old Town Hall, which divides the Regnitz River like a ship and is only accessible via two stone bridges, the Romanesque-Gothic Imperial Cathedral with its four equally high towers and the Bamberg Horseman, the picturesque fishermen’s houses of “Little Venice”, the mighty magnificent building of the New Residence with its Baroque Imperial Hall: these are only four of countless sights. The student city is an excellent place to shop, live or take a vacation. In summer, the Bamberg “cellars” invite you to linger; here, you can drink one of the famous smoked beers, which is just one sort served in this “beer town”. The city is authentic and lively and offers discoveries at every turn. Explore the “Franconian Rome” after work or at the weekend.
Würzburg is a bishopric and residence city. The Lower Franconian metropolis, located at the Main river, attracts a large number of visitors every year. The city’s landmark is enthroned above the city: the imposing Marienberg Fortress – THE vantage point over the city. Another nationally known building is the Old Main Bridge. Closed to motorized traffic, the picturesque building serves as a promenade for those who love views and romance. In summer, it is the hot spot for the famous “Brücken-Schoppen” (glass of wine on the bridge). Those interested in culture will find an abundance of museums, baroque buildings and a variety of music and theatre offerings in Würzburg. In and around the city, you will find well-kept, but also almost untouched natural areas. Many wine festivals present the valuable grape varieties of Franconian wine. Würzburg is a modern city despite the emphasis on its historical heritage. University, high-tech companies and a lively trade and service sector present themselves at the pulse of time and ensure that Würzburg is and remains a place to work and live that is sought after.
Mainschleife (river bend in the Main river)
You can start your active evening right on your doorstep – around 880 km of cycle paths in the district of Schweinfurt alone and the connection to the “Mainschleife” are available for this purpose – or hike through one of the many local recreation areas with its six natural swimming lakes.
If you like it a little more relaxed, the Franconian Wine Region invites you to a relaxing evening in one of the beer gardens along the Main river. Particularly worth seeing here are the small winegrowing villages with their inner yards along the “Mainschleife” around Volkach.