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  • 1 Glasmuseum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Am Rathausplatz D - 94032 Passau

    The rich collection of the Glass Museum comprises around 20 000 pieces of glass brought together by collector Georg Höltl. Covering 250 years of history from the 18C onwards, the collection bears witness to the period when Bohemia, Silesia and Bavari..

  • 2 Confluence Promenade Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Innstr. D - 94032 Passau

    The Inn flows by the foot of the Schaiblingsturm (1481), once part of the town's defences. From the bank of the Danube there is a fine view of the Georgsberg and the Oberhaus fortress.

  • 3 Oberhaus Fortress

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Ferd-Wagner Str. D - 94034 Passau

    This defensive structure was built in the 13C and served as a place of refuge for the bishops during the repeated rebellions of the burghers. It is connected to the Veste Niederhaus. From the belvedere there are magnificent views of the old town betw..

  • 4 St Stephen's Cathedral

    Religious buildings

    Residenzplatz D - 94032 Passau

    The original Flamboyant Gothic edifice was destroyed by fire in the 17C, except for the east chancel and transept. At the time of its reconstruction, the cathedral was transformed into a Baroque church. The interior is overloaded with frescoes and st..

  • 5 Residenzplatz

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Residenzplatz D - 94032 Passau

    It is bordered on the south by the bishop's New Residence, which dates from the early neo-Classical period. Nearby are a whole series of old houses with arcades, corbelling and concealed ridge roofs.

  • 6 Rathausplatz

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rathausplatz D - 94032 Passau

    This is one of Passau's most picturesque squares. The painted façade of the Rathaus (town hall) dates from the 14C. The tower was built in the late 18C.

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