The Munich region is located as hub of the west-east and north-south trade in a top location in the middle of the heart of Europe. All economic centres can be easily reached. This location and optimal local conditions for enterprises found Munich’s position as one of the most important economic hubs on the continent.
When comparing the metropolitan areas, the citizens of the Munich region have the highest purchasing power. This may be attributed, above all, to the modern regional economic structure with a surpassing proportion of highly-qualified workforce, a corresponding level of wages/salaries and a low unemployment rate.
Unterschleißheim: The city of Unterschleißheim is in the north of the district of Munich, directly adjacent to the Bavarian capital of Munich. Unterschleißheim is the largest city of the district area of Munich.