Located between the Rhön highlands and the Main River Valley is a piece of perfect world. Find yourself surrounded by a natural paradise of pastures, forests and gently rolling hills. At the same time, the district is considered a top ten newcomer to the list of areas with a great future ahead of them.
More and more people call this area home. We are not surprised. It is so beautiful here. Peaceful nature all around, good jobs and great housing. It’s all right here.
The website www.aufbrecher.de is full of stories of the large and small accomplishments and actions of local residents. Plus there is information on companies that are investing locally, citizens who volunteer for causes, and news on organizations and their events. Check it out. It’s worth it.
The Bad Kissingen School District is the recipient of an educational seal of quality so you can be at peace with your children’s education.
Say they are very or somewhat happy with the quality of life in the area. This is thanks to clean air, a low density of cars, low crime rates, low real estate costs and rents, availability of living space, jobs plus natural, cultural and recreational opportunities. The UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Rhön is just outside the door.
Is the average time it takes to get to the Autobahn by car. Also the high-speed train system has two major hubs about 25 minutes away: Fulda to the North and Würzburg to the South.
There are more than 40 rehabilitation clinics and health and wellness facilities here due to the mineral-rich artesian well water that comes from deep within the volcanic rocks of the Rhön. Add to that 150 established physicians and four hospitals.
Is the average, annual GDP. The unemployment rate is a mere 3.8 percent. Compared to the rest of the Mainfranken region, the construction sector is exceptionally strong and a major employer. Not surprisingly, healthcare and the wellness sector also employ a high number of people thanks to the many artesian wells in the district and all over the Rhön region.
Our largest employment sectors are healthcare, construction (the most robust in all of the Mainfranken region) and the service industry. Add to that mechanical engineering, automotive industry, medical technology as well as paper and packaging industry. 31,919 employees earn a living in the district.
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