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Iserlohn is a beautiful city, situated along the Ruhr River, and has the largest number of residents than any other city in the district of Markischer Kreis. This city is a manufacturing center for metal goods, chemicals and machinery, and is well known for it's ice hockey. The area is mainly covered by forest, and has earned the nickname 'Forest City', which was thought to have derived from Isen (iron) and Lôh (forest). Arrange cheap car hire at Iserlohn with us today. Having a personal car for the duration of your holiday will enable tourists to travel around the area avoiding crowds of tourists and seeing the beauty that Iserlohn has to offer.
Visit the Pancratius church during your visit, as it is the oldest church in Iserlohn. In 1237 Iserlohn was given municipal rights by the Count of Mark and then during 1975 Iserlohn joined with other ex-municipalities of Hennen, Sümmern, Letmathe and Kesbern, and formed part of the district of Märkischer Kreis.
In 1868, during the building of the railway, an underground cave was discovered, and some 360 metres have been made accessible to the public. It is truly a spectacular site, with numerous stalactites! Definitely not to be missed, so make sure you have enough time to see it before leaving.
A tour of the city must include a visit to the Town museum, Art galleries, historical factory buildings of Maste-Barendorf, and the exclusive German needle museum, Dechenhöhle which is the largest dripstone, Danz tower, Johanneskirche, Waldlehrpfad and a museum of Speleology.
Iserlohn can be seen on foot and bicycles are also available for those wishing to ride around the city, or join in with excellent guided bus tours. These cover all of the important tourist places with the knowledgeable guide providing comprehensive information on these tourist spots.
The old city walls are still visible in some areas so why not spend some time walking the old city and trying to find evidence of the walls. There are also several museums and galleries available for discovery for the more cultured tourist. Iserlohn offers many old churches (some dating back to the 11th century), and even old manors are open to the public.
The weather in Iserlohn can turn out to be freezing during the winter with the temperature coming down as far as -4°C. But during the summer months, the city's temperature is an average 20°C making it a popular place to visit by many UK tourists.
Iserlohn is strongly connected with other cities by means of rail, road and airways.
The railway network connects Essen, Dortmund, Hagen and Letmathe stations. The railway network connects Essen, Dortmund, Hagen and Letmathe stations.
The highways A45 is nearby to this city and can be easily accessed via federal roads B7, B233 and B 236.
The airports of Dusseldorf, Dortmund and Cologne are also near to this city. Car hire suppliers are available at the airports but we advise all of our customers to prebook car hire in Iserlohn before travelling, to save both money and time on arrival to the airport.
Private taxis are also accessible to the tourists but can be fairly pricey.