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Oberschleißheim

 Oberschleissheim is located approx. 16 km north of Munich (centre). The municipality in the district of Munich has approx. 12,000 inhabitants and is one of the oldest settlements in the region. Schleißheim is already mentioned in documents in the 8th century. In the 17th century, the Wittelsbach family built the Old Oberschleissheim Castle as a hunting lodge, which was later extended to include the New Palace and Lustheim Castle. In the 19th century Oberschleißheim was connected to the newly emerging railway network and grew rapidly as a result. Even today Oberschließheim is still strongly influenced by the castles, which occupy a considerable part of its area.
Aside from this, Oberschleißheim is a rather quiet area with many picturesque properties with apartments for rent. The residential area is also very suitable for families: there are various schools in Oberschleissheim and the surrounding area also offers numerous opportunities for excursions into nature. The Regattaparksee and the Mallertshofer See are two large recreational areas in the immediate vicinity. Additionally, the nature reserve "Mallertshofer Holz mit Heiden" directly borders the town in the north. Oberschleißheim profits from both a quit location as well as a good traffic connection: 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.

Shopping

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

Gastronomy

Several restaurants, a few cafés and bars

Leisure

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