About 10 thousand people live in Egelsbach, which is a small settlement in the Offenbach region of Germany. Located in the South-east of the country, the city lies between Frankfurt and Darmstadt.
The people usually live off agriculture and trade in the city whose population has increased year by year with the influence of the newcomers from other settlements. Transportation to the city is provided through Frankfurt International Airport, which has flights to many destinations in different parts of the world, along with many cities in Germany.
Egelsbach is easily reachable from Frankfurt by public transport. You can see historic houses and churches in Egelsbach and you can go to Frankfurt and see many historical monuments, museums and parks after a short journey. Among the most noteworthy places to visit in the city are the Goethe House and Museum where you can see some of the world famous writer's belongings, St. Paul's Cathedral grabbing attentions with its red color, the Museum of Modern Art, the Frankfurt Zoo and the Senckenberg Natural History Museum.
The weather conditions throughout the year do not make difficulties for the visitors and the whole year is suitable for visiting Egelsbach; having said that, it is much more convenient to explore the city and its surroundings with ease especially in spring and summer months.