As a large city on the Lower Rhine, Monchengladbach is one of the metropolitan regions of the Rhine Ruhr. The city takes its name from the river Gladbach, the source of which was in the district of Waldhausen. However, today this has run dry. Numerous paths invite locals and tourists alike to take a walk or head off on a cycle tour along the rivers and through the nature park Maas-Schwalm-Nette. Operas, operettas and plays are presented by the united municipal theatres of Bühnen Krefeld and Monchengladbach in the theatres of both cities. Due to its history, which spans back over 1000 years, the city of Monchengladbach is an appealing excursion destination with numerous historic buildings. The oldest monument structure within the city is the cathedral on the Abteiberg, which dates back to the 12th/13th centuries. If you are considering relocating your place of residence to Monchengladbach, or already live in the city on the Lower Rhine and wish to move home, experienced property consultants in our offices will be very happy to assist you within the framework of an initial informative discussion.