Saale-Holzland-District: In the heart of Germany

The Saale-Holzland district is located in the middle of Thuringia and is the surrounding area of the university city of Jena. The synergy of a modern business location, the nature of the middle Saale valley and the cultural landscape of the Thuringian Holzland is unique. Down-to-earth and open-hearted, energetic and inventive: people feel at home here in the centre of central Germany.

In the Saale-Holzland district, the Autobahnen A4 Dresden - Frankfurt/Main and A9 Berlin - Munich intersect near Hermsdorf. If you come from Leipzig in Saxony or Nuremberg in Bavaria, from Hesse, the Czech Republic or Poland - through the Hermsdorfer Kreuz you are quickly on site. In addition, the well-developed federal highways B7 and B88 as well as the ICE railway line lead to a good supra-regional connection. European flight connections and transfers to international airports can be reached in less than an hour's drive with the airports Leipzig/Halle and Erfurt/Weimar.