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Where can one get a great breakfast in the morning?

Are there any cultural highlights, museums?

Ideas for 2-3 activities and daytrips?

Good restaurants for dinner?

Typical tourist activities or places that one should NOT do, as they are not worthwhile doing.

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How to get around and find best means of local transportation?

"How do I get to Ludwig's castle from Rosenheim?" (posted 08/21/2014)

Hello, if you are in Rosenheim, turn Riede, then by Riede Prien to the shipping port. From there, every half hour a ship to Mr. Island (Schloß- King Ludwig). From Rosenheim there are about 18 km to Prien. Greetings Andreas
Answer provided by Andreas Assbichler on 08/24/2014
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From Rosenheim train to Garmisch then by taxi. Yours Greeting family Eder
Answer provided by Gertrud Eder on 08/24/2014
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There are three different castles of King Ludwig. I assume you want to lock that is located closest of Rosenheim, see. This is Herrenchiemsee castle on the island in the Chiemsee Lord. You're going to Prien and from there by boat to the island Lord. There you can walk down to the castle or go by coach.
Answer provided by Astrid Heller on 08/24/2014
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"On 26/09/15 I need to travel from Rosenheim to Munich Airport for 08:55 flight. What are my transport options? Rosenheimer Shuttle Bus Service is not operating then. " (posted 07/09/2015)

You could by train from Rosenheim to München - Ostbahnhof drive. From Ostbahnhof goes every 30 minutes a train to the airport. The train Rosenheim - Munich goes every half an hour. With'm sinterized regards Andreas Aßbichler
Answer provided by Andreas Assbichler on 07/09/2015
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Hi, at this early time I would take a taxi. A reliable company with good prices you find here: https://taxi-rosenheim.de/category/airport-taxibestellung/ Kind regards, Astrid
Answer provided by Astrid Heller on 07/09/2015
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"how to travel from Rosenheim to chiemsee? Is it possible to take a round trip in the second half of the day?" (posted 10/02/2015)

The Chiemsee is located 18km from Rosenheim. A tour around the lake is also possible in the afternoon.
Answer provided by Andreas Assbichler on 10/02/2015
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No problem Rosenheim is absolutely central Munich Salzburg Innsbruck- Chiemsserundfahrt travel to all optimally
Answer provided by Gertrud Eder on 10/03/2015
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Ladies and gentlemen, there are in Rosenheim bus companies that drive to Chiemsee. Or you can rent a car. Worth seeing are the Lord island with the castle and Fraueninsel. Best regards Astrid Heller
Answer provided by Astrid Heller on 10/02/2015
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Where to find good quality groceries?

Are there any special local events?

"hello, i will traveling to Rosenheim next week. i would like to learn how to make home bread. do they have any class?" (posted 02/26/2016)

Good day, bake the bread, unfortunately, I do not know my way around. I'll give you an address of our rural women bake the bread itself yet. Sign up. Under Farm holidays for more information Email info@bauerhof-urlaub.com Tel 0049 (0) 89 55873670 Regards Aßbichler A..
Answer provided by Andreas Assbichler on 02/26/2016
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Hello, I live in this area for my whole life but have never seen a class for making bread. I am sorry. Maybe you find some help in the internet. Kind regards, Astrid Heller
Answer provided by Astrid Heller on 02/26/2016
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baking courses on bread, there are always in Catholic education in rosenheim.auch some farmers offer courses, but mostly in the summer, as the tourist board Chiemsee alpenland.
Answer provided by Christa Rinser on 02/27/2016
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Are there any local food specialties one should try out?

What makes this destination special? Why should one spend some time here during vacation?

"I'm from Malaysia and I will arrive in Rosenheim early this coming October as exchange student...could you share with me interesting activities that i can do during my stay in Rosenheim?" (posted 09/16/2014)

Hello, Rosenheim and its surroundings offer many possibilities of leisure sports. So many different mountain tours are offered with the mountain bike or hiking. For winter sports enthusiasts, the close-lying ski resorts offer all possibilities for winter sports. The near Munich and Salzburg 65 km 80 km 90 km Innsbruck or give opportunities to take a varied cultural program to complete. For very bad weather periods a stay in our beautiful thermal baths in Bad Endorf or in Bad Aibling is always a rewarding stay. mfG Andreas
Answer provided by Andreas Assbichler on 09/19/2014
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Excursions to Salzburg, Munich and Innsbruck ride on the Wendelstein and the Kamp wall (cable cars) Berchtesgaden Salt Mine castle of King Ludwig on Herrenchiemsee historic old town of Rosenheim Rosenheim In it is also a tourist info.
Answer provided by Astrid Heller on 09/16/2014
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"I am planning alone for Rosenheim between 6-11 th June 2015 on a official trip on invitation from Federal Ministry of Energy and Industry. How can I spend my time memorable & enjoyable there? Can I get Lebara SIM Card there?" (posted 04/01/2015)

Dear Guest, if you spend from 6 to 11th of June in Rosenheim there are several ways a good time. You can start with cultural holiday and pay a visit to the Bavarian royal Schössern, or make beach holiday on the many Bavarian lakes .There are also in our Bavarian mountains many opportunities for hiking and cozy dining facilities Beggasthöfen. Rosenheim is located between Munich and Salzburg (60km and 80km) with good rail links to the cities. mfg Andreas
Answer provided by Andreas Assbichler on 04/01/2015
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"Hello, I am coming to Rosenheim with three other teenagers on a scout trip in July, we would like to experience the culture of Bavaria while we were in the town. What kind of things are there (free if possible) for us to do?" (posted 04/02/2017)

Hello find several Trachtefeste and cultural events held in July around Rosenheim. The festivities usually begin with a church service and then with very beautiful Ümzügen through the streets of the towns. These events are always free of charge. In addition verchiedenen theater, but tent festivals with bands and concert events stadttfinden where to pay an entrance fee .The event dates will be mostly through posters or at tourist information.
Answer provided by Andreas Assbichler on 04/04/2017
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Is there a good local deli or restaurant with lunch menu?

Are there any points of interest or local attractions?

What are good places to go for shopping?

"hello, i from Malaysia, will go to Rosenheim for 12 day for work. other then work, i really like fishing, may i know if there have fishing store nearby? and what is fishing regulation in Rosenheim. many thank in advance" (posted 06/19/2015)

Angelgeschäte there in Rosenheim as you get there the information on fishing licenses - licenses
Answer provided by Gertrud Eder on 06/20/2015
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I am so sorry but I have no idea about fishing. I only knowthat it is not allowed to catch fish without permission. Kind regards, Astrid Heller
Answer provided by Astrid Heller on 06/21/2015
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Popular Points of Interest in and near Rosenheim

  • Chiemsee
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    Chiemsee

    Chiemsee (German pronunciation: [ˈkiːmzeː]) is a freshwater lake in Bavaria, Germany, between Rosenheim, Germany, and Salzburg, Austria. It is often called the Bavarian Sea. The rivers Tiroler Achen and Prien flow into the lake; the river Alz, out of it. The Chiemsee is divided into the bigger, north section, in the northeast, called Weitsee, and the Inselsee, in the southwest.

    The region around the Chiemsee is Chiemgau and is a famous recreation area.



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Rosenheim Overview

The history of Rosenheim began with the Romans who built a bridge across the river Inn near their fort Pons Aeni. Name and coat of arms of the town come from the white rose of the arms of the Earls of Wasserburg (Wasserburg vacation rentals | Wasserburg travel guide) who, in 1234, built a castle near Rosenheim. Salt trade and navigation on the river Inn were the sources of prosperity in the Middle Ages. In 1810, salt works were installed in Rosenheim. The salt water came from Bad Reichenhall (Bad Reichenhall vacation rentals | Bad Reichenhall travel guide) via a wooden pipeline. The opening of the railway lines Munich (Munich vacation rentals | Munich travel guide) - Innsbruck and Munich-Salzburg (1857 - 1860) was Rosenheim´s beginning as a commercial and cultural center of south-east Bavaria. In 1864, King Ludwig II proclaimed Rosenheim as a town.

Things to See in Rosenheim

Das Holztechnische Museum-It was opened in 1990, is located in the historical building Ellmaierhaus and explains the history of wood engineering. Center of attention is the versatility of native timber in former and modern times in the fields of home furnishing, traffic, agriculture, engineering, architecture and art. Not the final products are displayed but their production, necessary tools and skill of the craftsmen. Special exhibitions are also shown.

Das Inn-Museum-Located next to the Inn bridge, it gives a good survey of the fluvial topography and river control. Many exhibits explain the navigation on the river Inn, one of the sources of wealth and prosperity of Rosenheim in the Middle Ages. Other points of interest are geology, bridge building, history of settlement, ship building and improvement of water routes.

Die Städtische Galerie-Every year there are six art exhibitions ranging from modern to ancient art. The focus is on exhibitions showing regional art.

Heilig-Geist-Kirche-The Hl. Geist church was founded by the citizen Hans Stier in 1449. It houses the Lucca picture painted in the 15th Century, a precious piece of historic art.

Klepper Museum-Both numerous exhibits and documents recall the moving history of the Klepper-Boat, Klepper-tents and Klepper-coats and the development of Rosenheim's once most significant employer.

Roßackerkapelle-Built in 1737 by the brewer Martin Schmetterer as a private donation right opposite his brewery. It is the only self-contained Baroque church in Rosenheim.

Mittertor-It is the only gate still in existence and dates to the 14th Century. It separated the Inner Market from the Outer Market and nowadays houses the Municipal Museum.

Stadtpfarrkirche St. Nikolaus-The St. Nikolaus Parish Church tower rises into the sky right behind the market square and has become the landmark of Rosenheim. The oldest work of art is the painting Our blessed Lady and Her Protective Cape dating from 1514.

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More about the History of Rosenheim

In 1234, Rosenheim was mentioned for the first time as a market. The town's landmark is the gothic spire (65 m) of the parish church St. Nikolaus (1450) with its baroque onion dome (1641). Rosenheim has very good facilities for studies in the midst of excellent weather conditions. There is a Fachhochschule Rosenheim offering various courses to the students.

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Rosenheim is a town in Bavaria at the confluence of the rivers Inn and Mangfall. It is seat of administration of the district of Rosenheim, but is not a part of it. The population of the town proper is approximately 60,000 inhabitants with up to 125,000 in the surrounding area. Rosenheim is 450 meters (1470 ft) above sea level and covers an area of 37.52 km². The capital of Bavaria, Munich, is 52 km away in North-West direction from Rosenheim.

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