The magnificent building with its white towers and blue-green domes is the crucial baroque church north of the Alps.
High above Passau the Veste Oberhaus invites visitors on a journey through the centuries.
Three rivers from three directions meet at the so-called Dreiflüsseeck: Danube, Inn and Ilz offer an impressive natural spectacle here.
The Town Hall of Passau consists of one large Council Chamber and one smaller Council Chamber (Großer und kleiner Rathaussaal).
The splendid mansions, the sublime residence and the gothic cathedral choir: The Residence Square is a total artwork.
Niedernburg Convent, once Benedictine Abbey and home of the "English Ladies", is set in the heart of old town.
With this baroque Jesuit church, Passau's southern front along the river Inn gets its typical looks of an Italian town.
The church "St. Paul" marks the entrance to Passau's old town. The baroque building sits enthroned on a rock.
The church of a former Augustinian monastery was transformed into a baroque church at the beginning of the 18th century.
High above the Innstadt rises the baroque pilgrimage church Mariahilf with its prominent towers and the St. Paul monastery.
The marked round tower with its pointed roof dominates the view over the Innkai. The "Schaiblingsturm" is a popular fotospot.