Living and working in the Park

Around work

Living in the immediate vicinity - where others go on holiday. That is happiness!

Where we work, and spend most of our lives, we should feel comfortable.

This is especially true for the Baden region. You will find relaxation, the balance to your professional everyday life and numerous leisure opportunities directly adjacent to the Breisgau Business Park on your doorstep, in one of the beautiful villages and towns in the area.

You don’t have to travel long distances here to explore the nature in the neighbouring Black Forest or the Vosges Mountains, the neighbouring towns in the border triangle or the Baden, Alemannic or Alsatian culture.

Enjoy the Baden way of life and the high quality of life in sunny Baden. The diverse, charming and contrasting landscape with its softly rolling hills, the magnificent vineyards, the excellent cuisine, the good wine, the mild climate and the open-hearted people in the “Tuscany of Germany” contribute their share.

Baden is a good place to live!

The communities associated with the Breisgau Business Park are desirable residential areas.

Bad Krozingen

Health in Bad Krozingen has a long tradition. Europe’s most carbonic acid-rich thermal water bubbles up from the earth here – although 110 years ago people were actually looking for gold. What they found was liquid gold, in the form of warm thermal springs that are rich in minerals …


A beautifully situated winegrowing village is Ballrechten-Dottingen at the foot of the Castellberg – by the way, the most famous Markgräfler vineyard – where the Gutedel first grew into a noble wine.

The double village is characterised by pretty winegrowers’ farms and mills, as well as idyllic gardens and orchards. With 200 ha of vines, it is one of the most important wine-growing communities in the Markgräflerland.


The small and charming winegrowing village of Eschbach borders directly on the Breisgau Business Park and offers an active club life. One of the most striking buildings is the noble house “Eschbacher Castell”, which dates back to the 15th century.

Eschbach is an ideal starting point for leisure and recreation of all kinds. Be it cycling, hiking, playing tennis or golf – you will find many opportunities nearby.


The wine-growing community of Ehrenkirchen, just outside the city of Freiburg, is a great place to live. Ehrenkirchen with its five districts offers a quality of life that is second to none.

The panorama from the Batzenberg overlooks the entire southern Black Forest on one side and the Vosges Mountains on the other.

Freiburg im Breisgau

Freiburg is considered Germany’s southernmost city – and has much more to offer than “Bächle” and the cathedral!

The city of Freiburg is known for its historic old town, its student and slightly alternative flair, a high quality of life, the most hours of sunshine in Germany and its reputation as an environmentally friendly Green City …

Hartheim am Rhein

Hartheim is located in the midst of beautiful nature and offers numerous recreational opportunities. The picturesque Altrhein right on the doorstep, well-developed hiking and cycling trails, e.g. through the picturesque Rhine Forest, a good infrastructure and Baden cosiness.

Hartheim with its two suburbs, Feldkirch and Bremgarten, offers not only hospitality but also family friendliness. It is truly a good place to live.


Heitersheim, in front of the gates of Breisgau Business Park ,is a loveable little city.

The town has ancient roots dating back to 1000 v.Chr. Particularly worthy of mention here is the rediscovered Roman town villa, the Roman museum “Villa urbana” and a very beautiful townscape that invites you to stroll, shop and stop for a bite to eat.


Müllheim is the heart of the Markgräflerland and surrounded by many excellent vineyards – the wine capital of the Markgräflerland.

Müllheim also has the traditional charm of a small rural town coupled with the amenities of a medium-sized urban centre.


It is one of the most beautiful Black Forest valleys – situated at the foot of the Belchen, which can be seen from the Breisgau Business Park. The Münstertal offers unique high-altitude landscapes between Schauinsland and Belchen and a breathtaking panorama of the entire region.

The magical landscape invites you to go on long hikes, mountain bike tours, winter sports as well as to stop at the Belchenhaus, the highest inn in the Black Forest.

Neuenburg am Rhein

Neuenburg am Rhein is an attractive town where quality of life is a top priority.

As a town of festivals, markets, the traditional Alemannic carnival and the Nepomuk Festival in July, the Zähringerstadt is known beyond its borders. With two bridges to France and numerous contacts to its French neighbours, Neuenburg am Rhein is a popular shopping town for Germans and French.

Staufen im Breisgau

The historical Dr. Faustus, who according to tradition was taken by the devil, lived in the “Fauststadt”. For Goethe, he served as the model for his “Faust”.

Nowadays, the small town with its medieval old town and beautiful alleys is a tranquil place. The two wine villages of Grunern and Wettelbrunn with their attractive residential areas belong to the town of Staufen.