Greiz

living and working in Greiz

Greiz is a town in the south-east of Thüringen, right on the border with Saxony. It is the principal town in the administrative district of Greiz and a regional center of importance for the southern part of the administrative district. The town is situated in the valley of the White Elster river in Thüringen’s Vogtland region. Its delightful situation in a river basin and its abundance of historic buildings have earned it the epithet ‘Pearl of Vogtland’.

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around 23.000 inhabitants

around 23,000
     inhabitants

Günstiger Mietspiegel

4,90 €/m²
RENT INDEX

6 Kitas

12
DAY NURSERIES

Over 90 sports and leisure associations

OVer 90
SPORTs & leisure associations

Magnificent landscape in the Vogtland region

magnificent landscape in the Vogtland region

A unique center of history and culture with three castles

a unique Center of history and culture
with three castles

Great excursions and events in the region

Great excursions and Events in the region 

Greizer Park: one of Thüringen’s most beautiful landscape parks

  GREIZER PARK

ONE OF THÜRINGEN'S MOST BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPE PARKS 

excellent hiking and cycling

excellent hiking and cycling

autobahns A4 and A72

20 minutes to the  
A4 and A72 autobahns

Near to the Czech Republic

Close to czeck republic

Capital of Germany’s smallest principality

CAPITAL OF GERMANY'S
SMALLEST PRINCIPALITY

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