Taunus Wunderland was established in 1966 as a ‚Fairytale Park‘. However, ever since it was taken over by the Barth family in 1998, this special family park has continued to thrive and grow constantly, with new attractions and a planned park enlargement in the very near future. The current park extending over 4 hectares is located in the middle of the beautiful Taunus countryside, with a new additional 35,000 m² park expansion planned. The park is divided into four themed areas, which are based on individual members of the unique „Muckle“ character family and offers, beyond educational samples of local flora and fauna, more than 50 exciting attractions for children between the age of 3 and 12. It is our personal motivation to create unforgettable experiences for the whole family – offered at the highest level of perfection. Our special Taunus Wunderland success is based on the passion and engagement of the Barth family owners of the park, who have been a traditional showman family for over 5 generations. Plus, of course, the talents of our many members of staff. With more than 150 employees from a multitude of nations, we take the responsibility of being an attractive employer within the Rhine-Main economic region very seriously. As a family-run business, we are proud to offer all nationalities and their families unique professional perspectives and the opportunity to actively participate in the thrilling new vision and plans of the Barth family moving forward.
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Getting by in a new culture centers on absorbing the new, local practices inside and outside the office. When you have a handle on them, your new life in Germany will be that extra bit more enjoyable.
You are well advised to familiarize yourself with some of the basic customs and etiquette in Germany.
A large portion of the German rules of etiquette are as good as universal. Some of it involves simple common sense.
Closely aligned to this formality is the obligation to use the “Sie” form of address with people you don‘t know that well.
As you have probably gathered, Germans tend to believe strongly in the concept of a right place and right time for everything.
Pub-hopping is a favorite activit y throughout German society, and can be a good way to meet new people or solidify relations already begun.
One thing to prepare yourself for is the slap of candor: Germans can be rather blunt when they offer stern advice or criticism.