Passau / Germany
In the Bavarian city of Passau, three rivers flow together: the Danube, the Inn and the Ilz. The picturesque old town is located on the peninsula between the Danube and the Inn and goes up a small hill, which is why small streets and stairs lead down to the rivers. It is also very nice at the Three River Corner very close to the moorings, where a bit of green invites you to linger.
In the old town there is much more to see. Thus, the Stephen's Cathedral houses one of the largest organs in the world and is otherwise characterized by a baroque interior, although the east construction even goes back to the Gothic period. In front of it is the residence place, surrounded by magnificent mansions. North of the Danube across the Luitpold Bridge is also a medieval fortress, today with museum, wherefrom a great view of the city is possible, as well as from the Monastery Niedernburg to the old town. In addition, some other museums are worth seeing, the glass museum at the Residence Square or the Roman museum with ancient excavations. In addition enjoy Bavarian cuisine and the famous Zwickl beer brewed in Passau.