Centrally located between the three cities of Hamburg, Hanover and Bremen, Heidekreis is the ideal place to live, work and do business for people who value scenic surroundings. Perfectly accessible by car thanks to 90 kilometres of the A7 and A27 motorways, with 10 junctions and an excellent rail network with direct connections to the nearby cities and beyond.
Ludwigslust district is Mecklenburg-West Pomerania’s largest administrative district and Germany’s fourth largest. Covering an area of 2,517 sq km, it is an area with space for the future. Here in the southwest of the northeast live around 128,000 people; half of them in small towns.
With its theatres, university life and restaurants, and its proximity to natural protected sanctuaries which both people and animals can enjoy – the district of Lüneburg really offers a great deal of variety. A region that is attracting increasing numbers of people.
Swim, sail, surf, paddle. 1900 km of beaches and steep coastlines, 2000 sparkling lakes and crystal clear rivers – there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the water in Germany’s favourite »water Land«.
Die wirtschaftsgeografische Lage Nordwestmecklenburgs wird durch die Nähe zu dem Oberzentrum Hansestadt Lübeck, der Landeshauptstadt Schwerin sowie der direkten Ostsee-Anbindung über den Seehafen Wismar geprägt.
Turn left right straight after the Elbe Tunnel going north and you come to the district of Pinneberg – Schleswig-Holstein’s smallest district, covering just 664 sq km. Yet it is home to more than 10 per cent of the state’s population.