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Holidays to Passau

Situated at the confluence of the rivers Danube, Inn and Ilz, Passau is worldwide known as “The Three Rivers City.”

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The earliest evidence of human settlement dates back to the Neolithic. Passau was part of the Roman Empire for more than 400 years. The setting of the Old Town, created by Italian baroque masters in the 17th century, shows soaring towers, picturesque places, enchanting promenades and romantic lanes.

In the heart of Passau on the Old Town’s highest point rises St. Steven’s Cathedral, in which the world’s largest cathedral organ sounds. Sitting high above the rivers, the majestic fortress “Veste Oberhaus” on the Danube’s side and the Pilgrimage Church “Mariahilf” on the Inn’s side frame the city’s outstanding beauty.

Passau with its unique charm and its atmosphere is one of the most beautiful and spectacular German cities on the Danube.

All photos: (c) Passau Tourismus e.V.

What to do

  • “St. Nikola” Church
  • Fortress “Veste Oberhaus” Museum
  • Jesuit Church “St. Michael”
  • Museum of Modern Art
  • New Bishop`s Residence
  • Old Town and Three Rivers Conjunction Point
  • Pilgrimage Church “Mariahilf”
  • Roman Museum “Kastell Boiotro”
  • St. Steven`s Cathedral
  • Town hall

PASSAU TRAVEL FACTS

Arrival Airport: Munich  |  Transfer Time from airport: 2 hours 20 mins (rail) / 1 hour 30 mins (driving)  |  1030km from Calais

(Information is approximate and subject to change / rail transfers are not always direct and may involve changing trains).

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