More than a thousand years old, this city on the river Main could call itself a metropolis since 1954. Jürgen Eichenauer was the leader of the city's story. The history of the city is recorded in detail in the archive and in the museum. Offenbach is a factory city and was a center of the leather industry. In truth, Offenbach is simply a friendly little town just outside the city of Frankfurt. People could call it the suburb of Frankfurt but Offenbach residents would never agree to that and like to think of it as its own entity. Both cities are lined up right next to the Main, which are perfect destinations to get to by bicycle. After Frankurt, Offenbach has the highest population of foreign residents in Germany. Banking and service industries is what the city is dependent on for their continuity. Offenbach is just a friendly city that has a neighborly atmosphere.
 Get in
If you want to go to Offenbach, your best plan is to go to Frankfurt and then take either a car (or taxi), or the train.
 By train
Offenbach Hauptbahnhof (main station):
 By train underground
Several lines will take you from Frankfurt to Offenbach City:
 Get around
Bus Service gets you everywhere. Main Station for S-Bahn and Buses is Marktplatz. Ticket vending machines can be found at most bus station or just buy it from the bus driver (who can sell you 24h tickets, group tickets and tickets for the entire RMV-network.
To plan your trip with bus, S-Bahn or trains visit RMV
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The Klingspor Museum a typography and type museum for modern book production.Opened November 7, 1953. It hold several exhibitions throughout the years. The collector Paul Ritter gave his Frans Masereel collection to the Klingspor-Museum, which represents a uniquely comprehensive exhibit of the work of this Flemish artist.
Leonhard Eißnert Park in 1911 it was still known as Waldpark by the 1960s it was still continued to be built. By 2001 a skatepark was built and by 2005 the redid the badminton fields.
Kickers Offenbach (OFC) the biggest soccer stadium in Offenbach. The stadium belonged to the national soccer league for seven years. In 1970 they won the DFB cup and became second of the German soccer champions in 1950 a
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Shopping in Offenbach is really calm and friendly. They have Pedestrian Zones all along Frankfurterstrasse and Herrnstrasse making it easier for people to get around and see stuff without it being to overcrowded. Wilhelmsplatz a Farmers Market that is open every Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday mornings where everyone stops by to get fresh products and for every Saturday morning it is always exciting to find anything and everything at the Offenbach Flea Market.
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Since Offenbach is a city with many immigrants, restaurants are very international.
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