Passau Travel, Articles, Photos, and Information

Passau is a town in the south-east region of Germany. This city sits right on the Austrian border and is the meeting place for the rivers Danube, Ilz, and Inn. Like many German cities, here you will find plenty of beautiful medieval buildings, fantastic sausages, and plenty of beer. Concerning architecture, it is home to the glorious St. Stephen's Cathedral which houses the largest cathedral organ in the world and Veste Oberhaus, the residence of Passau’s prince-bishops since its construction in 1219. Passau is also home to the Passau Black Hawks ice hockey team.

Discover and explore Passau, a city in the country of Germany. This online guide of information, articles, and photos of Passau helps you explore the attractions and points of interest of Passau. It is located on the continent of Europe and its GPS coordinates address is latitude 48.589 and logitude 48.589. [Map of Passau].

St. Stephen's Cathedral: The Resplendent Baroque Church of Passau

A majestic House of God sits atop a hill in the Altstadt, “Old City”, of Passau. It overlooks the glistening Danube River and the junction of Ilz, a tributary of the Danube running through...

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Our Wonderful Anniversary Cruise Along the Beautiful Danube River

It was the most romantic, beautiful, and educational cruise we’ve ever taken, and it happened to be our anniversary. We cruised all the way down the Danube from our port of departure in Passau G...

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