In Bingen (about 26,000 inhabitants) life is enjoyable in a rural setting, but also at a central location at the edge of the Rhein-Main conurbation. There are a number of attractive residential areas inside the town and in the surroundings and are immediately available.
Bingen offers all possibilities of childcare and education for your children, from looking after small children in the nursery and pre-school play group to the technical college. The nearest university is in Mainz, about a 20-minute drive away.
In your leisure time use the range of sports and cultural offers in the region. There are golf courses, sports facilities and tennis courts, open-air swimming pools and indoor pools, there is also rambling, cycling and angling, which are also attractive, whether in or near the town or in the romantic Middle-Rhine Valley. The region is famous for its wine culture, which can be traced back to the days of the Romans. The Binger Loch (which used to be dangerous part of the Rhine), the Mäuseturm (Mouse Tower) and the Drosselgasse in Rüdesheim are world famous. There are museums, exhibitions, theatres and concerts at an international level in the whole Rhein-Main region.
In addition to the present residential areas, Bingen has a number of attractive new estate areas. Sites are available or can be opened up very quickly.