The ideal starting point for the neighbouring cities.


Aldersbach -
the jewel of the Bavarian Baroque.

The village of Aldersbach with its special charm is easily reachable within half an hour. The city is known by their well-known monastery which was founded in 1146 by the monks of the upper Franconian Cistercian monastery Ebrach. But also the brewery, the museum of brewery and the church named “Marienkirche” built in Baroque style belong to other highlights in Aldersbach.

An interesting tour of the monastery, the church and the brewery will give you interesting information. The artistic paintings and frescoes of the “Marienkirche” as well as the latest technology and the old cellars of the brewery will inspire you.

Ortenburg -
the resort of Lower Bavaria.

Visit the castle of Ortenburg with its museum. The unique wooden Renaissance-ceiling of the castle chapel, the frescoes in the Renaissance style in the inner courtyard and the arcades with coats of arms in the southern part of the castle will fascinate you.

A visit to the Wild and Bird Park is also a must. In the 16th and 17th centuries the park was the French garden of the Counts of Ortenburg. Today, you will encounter wild boars, stone blocks as well as moufflons and yacks. Flamingos, storks as well as zebra's, camels and kangaroos can be admired in South Germany's largest bird park.

Passau -
the three rivers city.

Experience a boat trip on the unique river landscape or discover romantic squares and promenades as well as winding alleys. At the three rivers corner you can see the confluence of the Danube, Inn and Ilz. The baroque old town, created by Italian masters in the 17th century, is surpassed by the Cathedral of St. Stephan with the largest cathedral organ in the world.

One of the largest and most powerful burial sites in Europe is the Veste Oberhaus. The European cultural monument was taken over by the town of Passau in 1932. It set up a museum covering an area of ​​4.000 m² that will bring you closer to the history of the city and the region of Passau.

Pullman City -
the Western town.

In an area of ​​about 20 hectares you will get a closer look at the American history with Cowboys and Indians in Eging am See. The varied show program with free-range bisons, trick lancers, knife throwers, ropers and sorcery leaves nothing to be desired.
The highlight of the Pullman City show program is the American History Show. Here, the most important stages of American history are faithfully reproduced. The Bison herd is presented by half-blood Cheyenne Indian Hunting Wolf and cattle herds are driven by their cowboys through the Main Street.
Many other highlights such as archery, gold washing, pony rides and live country music await you in the Western Town.