The Fürstenfeldbruck District is ready for visitors, and not just a few. More than 300,000 of them come here every year. Like you, they seek out the markets and fairs, the exhibitions and festivals, the art, recreation, historic sites and farmers’ markets.
Fürstenfeldbruck District Map
Towns & Villages in the Fürstenfeldbruck District
You may have heard how the district puts emphasis on culture and music. There are programs of jazz, pop and classics, theater and cabaret. Don’t be surprised to see renowned artists from home and abroad take the local stage.
In the district seat of Fürstenfeldbruck, you will be inspired by the enormity of the Church of St. Mary at Fürstenfeld Abbey, completed in 1780 as an addition to the original 13th-century facilities. Also worth visiting is the municipal library, Aumühle, converted from a 14th century mill.
Germering is the largest and oldest town in the district, with burial mounds that hark back to the Stone and Bronze Ages. Besides touring ancient sites, you would do well to spend an evening at the Roßstall Dinner Theater when you visit, too.
More than 90% of the district residents live in the eastern half and suburbs of Munich, such as Gröbenzell, Olching and Puchheim (which is actually even older than the Bavarian capital). As you might imagine, Oktoberfest is a big event here each fall — the Volksfest (People’s Festival) celebrated in spring.