A town surrounded by the winding river Chamb (that’s not a typo), this was the source for the name Cham. Here, you get many opportunities for sightseeing.
For an artistic approach there is the honor of viewing art from graduates of Munich Academy. These up and coming artists display their artwork at “Footsteps,” a museum housed in one of the oldest buildings in the town.
The Cordon House has been utilized since the 16th century. While going through numerous different uses, it is now home to the tourists information center and the Municipal Gallery.
For a more adventurous outing, there are many cycling and hiking trails at your disposal. After a long day of being outdoors, you can choose to unwind in one of the luxurious health spas. Treat yourself on your vacation with a well deserved massage and foot rub. You can really enjoy the atmosphere better when you have had a chance to be revitalized.
There are restaurants for any taste from different continents. A tip to remember for an enjoyable dinner; ask a local for a good restaurant. You want to be able to taste authentic German food made the right way. Tasting the wrong food can really turn you off to the whole experience.
If you are traveling with a younger crowd, there is a small amusement park in Cham called Churpfalzpark Loifling. Complete with a playground and various attractions to bring out the kid in you, this park is a great, and adventurous outing.
The town has a vivacious nightlife including discotheques or dance halls, cafes and bars (pubs). Depending on your speed or mood you can choose accordingly.
As you tour the town, take in the voluptuous scenery. From the historic buildings to the fountains. Everywhere you look you will find culture and history.