The town of Dreieich comprises the five urban districts of Sprendlingen, Dreieichenhain, Buchschlag, Götzenhain and Offenthal. Half-timbered facades and cobbled alleyways lend the townscape its historic flair. Burg Hayn castle in Dreieichenhain is a symbol of the Dreieich region and is a cultural treasure of central European significance. The oldest part of the castle complex, the residence tower, is one of the best preserved architectural products of the Salier period in Germany. Today, the castle is used as a venue for numerous cultural events.
Buchschlag, located on the western fringe of Dreieich, is characterised by outstanding structures in the Art Nouveau style, which count as listed buildings as a closed ensemble. The old “Neuhof” estate in Götzenhain is also well worth a visit. Surrounded by an expansive golf course, fans of the sport will find themselves right at home. The central location at the heart of the Rhine Main region, the close proximity to Frankfurt airport, the multifaceted educational and cultural facilities and the stunning surrounding landscape make Dreieich and its neighbouring districts of Neu-Isenburg and Heusenstamm exceptionally popular places to live outside the gates of the city of Frankfurt.