Culturally rich: Parsberg castle, Walhalla memorial, and more.
Our province, our cultural heritage! In the area around our hotel in Parsberg, there’s a lot of cultural activity. Parsberg castle attracts visitors with its concerts, theatre shows, and exhibitions. The Walhalla memorial is also close to our hotel. Regensburg and its surroundings present cultural gems galore!
Also known as: the northernmost city in Italy! Why? Because the winding city centre, the colourful houses, and small cafés radiate real Italian flair. The old town of Regensburg is an excellent example of an inner-European medieval trading city and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2006 because of its historical monuments. Whether culture, art, or design, Regensburg has something to offer everyone. Also good to know: Regensburg has the highest concentration of bars and beer gardens.
Excursion to Amberg
The town of Amberg is a beautiful medieval gem. Amberg’s old town is one of the most well-preserved medieval towns in Europe. There is a lot going on in this town when it comes to art and culture. During a visit, you can look forward to a municipal theatre in a former church, various exhibitions and concerts, as well as a factory hall that makes art lovers’ hearts skip a beat. The world’s only air museum in Amberg is a wonderful destination, especially for children.
This is one of the most important German national monuments of the 19th century! The temple, made completely of precious marble, rises above the enormous, stepped base. The imposing building is worth a visit for its architecture and history!
More cultural highlights
- Nuremberg: mighty Kaiserburg, the monstrous Nazi party rally grounds, the Frauenkirche (or “Church of Our Lady”), the historic rock vaults, Toy Museum, and much more
- St. Coloman dripstone cave in Velburg
- Maybach car museum
- Weltenburg Narrows nature reserve with the impressive Danube gorge and Weltenburg Monastery (accessible by boat, bike, or on foot!)
- A place of pilgrimage for golfers, the Mecca for golf enthusiasts: Regensburg golf museum
- And so much more!