5 Feb 2020 - 6 Feb 2020
2 adults - 1 room
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Passau is known as the city of three rivers. The hike up to the fortress is very difficult but very worth it. From above you're able to see where the three rivers meet and the drastically different colors of each one.
Passau is a small town in Bavaria very close to the Austrian border. It’s at the confluence of three rivers, the Danube, Inn, and Ilz. It’s known as the “City of Three Rivers”. As you can see below, the streets are all cobblestone and the buildings are from the Baroque period. We toured the city on foot, and with a guide were able to see the main “attractions” in about 90 minutes.
This city is an excellent day-trip from Munich - very beautiful and scenic. I definitely recommend taking a short river cruise to see it from a different perspective. Caution: the city is prone to flooding.
This is a town in Lower Bavaria, Germany. This is a nice small town with a good collection of stores with the main attraction St. Stephens Cathedral. The cathedral has the second largest pipe organ in the world and if you are lucky like we were you will hear them play it - impressive.