Heinrich-Zille-Strasse is only a 10-minute walk from the city center. It is located right next to the Altenburg Botanical Adventure Garden. There are several schools, kindergartens and utilities in the immediate vicinity.

Altenburg is a culturally and historically well-known city and is located in the middle of the metropolitan region of Central Germany. The historic old town is mainly characterized by numerous buildings from the 18th century. Striking buildings are the orangery, the tea house, the new ministry and the twin towers.

The town of Altenburg has recently become much more attractive. Living is popular both in the city center with a view of the castle, the Brüderkirche or the Rotespitzen, as well as in the more rural areas around the city center. Due to short distances, the wide range of cultural and sporting activities can be used. At the same time, the wide range of leisure activities promotes the quality of living and life of the people of Altenburger.

The lively city center is characterized by a wealth of historical buildings and important cultural assets such as the Landestheater, the train station and the Mauritianum. In addition to a wide range of cultural activities, Altenburg also offers idyllic oases of peace. The green parks and gardens such as the botanical adventure garden and the island zoo promise plenty of relaxation. It is the only zoo in Western Europe located on an island in the Great Pond.

The city also has a modern transport infrastructure. In particular, the excellent location to the adjacent metropolitan areas of Leipzig-Halle and Chemnitz-Zwickau speak for an optimal connection to the transport network. The S-Bahn runs to Leipzig city center every half hour in just 45 minutes.