The Freising district in Upper Bavaria impresses with having the lowest unemployment rate of entire Germany. Not only that though… Do you like German beer? Then it will interest you to know that it covers part of the world’s largest hops-growing region!
Freising District Map
Towns & Villages in the Freising District
- Au in der Hallertau
- Eching (Freising)
- Haag (Amper)
- Kirchdorf (Amper)
- Langenbach (Freising)
- Moosburg an der Isar
- Neufahrn bei Freising
Now you’re asking where exactly you’re going to find that beer drunken hops-growing region, aren’t you? I knew…
OK, no need to use the Search Box on top. The area is called the Hallertau and located between Freising, Ingolstadt, and Landshut. So, it’s quite larger than this district alone.
Freising, the capital itself is certainly the highlight of this district. 1,300 years of history provide you with an ancient monastery, magnificent churches, a historical castle, and the world’s oldest brewery!
Not to forget that this district receives visitors from all over the world due to the Munich Airport [MUC] (a.k.a. Franz Josef Strauß International Airport), located at the southern border of the district.