The city of Zwickau has approximately 90.000 inhabitants and is located in near the Ore Mountains and the Vogtland, in the geographical triangle where Saxony, Bavaria and the Czech Republic meet. In summer, nature lovers and biking fans can enjoy the spectacular Mulde River Valley region, while winter sport enthusiasts will also find a wide range of activities nearby Zwickau is well-known as the birthplace of the renowned composer Robert Schumann, and home of the famous automobiles Horch, Audi and Trabant. Today the city is an important location for the Volkwagen group. (only available in German)