The gardens and parks of the region with their diversity invite you to enjoy nature in its multifaceted beauty and to find a place to retreat.
Thereby, the range of this starts from rustic Bavarian farmer garden admiring it in the Bavarian Forest Museum Village in Tittling and goes all the way to the baroque magnificence of the “Prunkgartl” (Garden of Splendour) of Neuburg Castle located at the Inn with its famous shell grotto.
In doing so, one of the signboards is naturally Bad Füssing that won the Entete Florale in 2013 and is, therefore, allowed to carry the name of the most flourishing and greenest city in Germany. The parkways invite the young and old to stay and enjoy nature as it flourishes.
Aside from that, of course, there are also many other gardens to admire. The Garden of the Senses at the thermal spa Sonnentherme in Eging am See and the Bible Garden in Jägerwirth that exhibits central events in the history of Moses with plant life are only two examples. In the “Kreislehrgarten” in Fürstenzell, children and adults can learn the regional garden culture a bit more and take a lot of useful tips and advice home with them.
And every year at the “Garden Open House”, the well-versed hobby gardeners open their private gardens to be astonished for all those who are interested.
Tip: From 25 April to the 5 October 2014, the flowering Passau Land region is guest to the Danube Garden Show (“Donaugartenschau”) in Deggendorf – here, you can admire a replica of the shell grotto of Neuburg castle. Have a look inside!
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