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Oberschleißheim - © Mr. Lodge GmbH
Oberschleißheim - © Mr. Lodge GmbH

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Oberschleißheim is located approx. 16 km north of Munich (city center). The town in the administrative district of Munich has approx. 12,000 residents and is one of the oldest foundations in the region. The first documented mention of Schleißheim took place as early as the 8th century, and the town gained prominence in the 17th century with the construction of the Old Schleißheim Palace, which henceforth served as the hunting seat for the House of Wittelsbach and was later supplemented with the New Schleißheim Palace, as well as Lustheim Palace. In the 19th century, Oberschleißheim was connected to the developing train network, resulting in rapid growth. To this day, Oberschleißheim is still shaped by the Palaces that take up a considerable portion of its area. Aside from this, Oberschleißheim is a rather quiet area with many picturesque properties with apartments for rent. The location is also very suitable for families: The town has several different types of schools as well as many opportunities for trips into nature. With the Lake at the Regatta Course and the lake Mallertshofer See there are two large recreation areas in the immediate vicinity. Additionally, the nature reserve "Mallertshofer Holz mit Heiden" directly borders the town in the north. This quiet environment can be enjoyed despite the location right next to Munich and the good connection to the city: The suburban train station Oberschleißheim provides quick and easy access to Munich and the surrounding area via train line S1. Furthermore, the regional train to Landshut stops in Oberschleißheim once a day. Long-distance transport can be comfortably reached via the access roads to the motorways A9, A92, and A99.


Stores for your day-to-day needs, smaller shops and service providers


Several restaurants, a few cafés and bars


Schleißheim Palace, airfield museum, indoor pool, olympic regatta course, tennis, library, cultural events