The “Huguenot Town” of Neu-Isenburg with its outlying centres of Gravenbruch and Zeppelinheim is found in the Offenbach district in the Regierungsbezirk of Darmstadt in Hessen, Germany, right near Frankfurt am Main.
The town is known nowadays mainly for its regionally used shopping centre, the Isenburg-Zentrum, the Hugenottenhalle, the Hotel Kempinski Frankfurt, the Autokino Gravenbruch (the oldest drive-in cinema in Europe), the Sportpark, the Waldschwimmbad and not least of all its central location near Frankfurt Airport.
Railway station in Neu Isenburg Hessen.
In 1846, the Main-Neckar railway near Neu-Isenburg was completed, but the town did not get its own railway station until 1 November 1852. Since 29 May 1961, he has only one station, a loading terminal for Hessian car trains. Furthermore, it has two bus stops, taxi stand and park and ride car park.
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