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Discover & Wonder

An interesting day trip destination is the city of Passau, which is situated at the confluence of the Danube, Inn and Ilz. The Old Town is famous for its winding streets. The Stephansdom cathedral, which features the world’s largest church organ, rises magnificently at the highest point of the Old Town.

On the southern slope of the Großer Arbers is the town of Bodenmais. It is also known as the “Pearl of the Bavarian Forest” and offers a diverse programme of events throughout the year.

The Falkenstein Wilderness Camp is a popular and exciting destination for children and young people and provides a unique insight into the nature of the Bavarian Forest.

The glass town of Zwiesel, situated among the mountains of the Falkenstein, Hennenkobel, Arber, and Rachel, offers visitors unique glass art galleries, traditional glass workshops and traditionally built glassworks.

You won’t find a holiday as diverse as this anywhere else.