A good relationship - that's what really matters in Krefeld. Strictly speaking, millions of men are concerned with Krefeld every day. After all, eight of ten ties originate in Krefeld. They give an impression of the prosperous textile industry, which is closely linked to the Leyen family name and the Mennonites, who found their home here during the religious wars. It is not for nothing that Krefeld also carries the subtitle "The City of Silk and Velvet".
Krefeld, located in the middle of the triangle between Duisburg, Mönchengladbach and Düsseldorf, has a lot to offer: the chemical, mechanical engineering, textile and clothing industries as well as steel and vehicle construction stand out in the industrial sector, while health, veterinary, legal and economic consulting as well as science, education, art and journalism dominate in the area.
Krefeld lies at the centre of the action. The city is connected to the A 57 and A 44 motorways and is located only half an hour from Dusseldorf airport, and barely 20 minutes from the Mönchengladbach airport. Despite the industry, about half of the urban area is a "green lung" with forests, parks, alleys and fields, which the Lower Rhinelanders like to experience by bike. When the weather is sunny, during their spare time, they likes to "go for a glass of Altbier" in one of the numerous beer gardens and excursion areas. In any case, conviviality is one of the most striking characteristics of the Krefelder, which they put on display for their guests every year at "The World's Greatest Street Fashion Show" and the "Flax Market".
Centro Hotel Group has responded to the continuing boom on Berlin's hotel market. On 1 March 2017 the Hamburg group acquired Park Hotel Blub in Berlin-Neukölln. The 151-room hotel in the south-east of the capital is located within easy access of the Tempelhofer Freiheit, the Convention Center and …