There is something for every model railway friend: The largest miniature and model railway show in southern Germany shows 750 square meters.
The cemetery was included in the UNESCO list in 2021 World Heritage Site “Danube Limes – Borders of the Roman Empire”.
From the small grain of barley to the perfect beer, we will show you how our Carmelite beers are created.
Visit the adventure farm of the Schreyer family and encounter old local history and the latest harvesting technology.
A stroll from the pier to the historic center of Straubing is a journey into the past in the midst of a lively present. History and stories are combined with centuries-old buildings, streets and plazas.
Straubing’s landmark is the historic city tower – a medieval fire and watch tower, built in 1316, which has grown with the city over the past two centuries.
Brandnew and extremely interesting: the natural science museum NAWAREUM provides a hands-on approach to getting to know the topic of climate protection.
Lederhosen and dirndl dresses were most popular in the 19th century, but they are still popular today for festive occasions.
The precious treasures of the past are preserved in the Gäuboden Museum: Bavarian roots lie among the Celtic coins and a world-famous Roman treasure collection.
The Gäuboden fair in Straubing, which was first celebrated in 1812, is Bavaria’s second largest fair, the largest still being the Oktoberfest in Munich.