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East Bavaria – in the heart of Central Europe

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  • Thermal
  • Towns
  • Medieval
  • Historical
  • Palatinate
  • Largest
  • Danube
  • Regensburg
  • Bavaria
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East Bavaria, with its Bavarian Forest, Upper Palatinate Forest, Bavarian Jura, Bavarian Golf and Spa Country as well as its towns, offers a great deal of variety for visitors in a charming region full of nature and culture.


Towns in East Bavaria Festival on the market place in Deggendorf Deggendorf Deggendorf is the “gateway” to the Bavarian Forest and there is an altitude difference of 800 m simply within the boundaries of the town. When spring has already arrived in the lower areas of the town, the dead of winter is often still to be seen in the higher altitudes. One of the highest golf courses in Bavaria is also in Deggendorf. Colourful facades, gothic churches and towers, historical museums and a vast market place with numerous shopping facilities top off the cityscape of this town on the Danube. Old Townhall 30

Medieval wall in Dingolfing Museum: Historical cars … Dingolfing Dingolfing impresses with its trio of culture, nature and industry. The River Isar, which also cuts through the metropolis of Munich, flows idyllically through the upper and lower parts of the town. Dingolfing is particularly well-known as the production site of BMW. The biggest BMW factory in Europe and the second biggest in the world is located here. Every day, over 18,000 people manufacture around 1,500 vehicles from the BMW 3 series to the BMW 7 series, as well as Rolls- Royce Motor Cars which belong to the BMW Group. You can learn about the history of Dingolfing as a “motor city” in the Dingolfing Museum. … and motorcycles 31