Nature lovers of the world, awaken! This would have to be the vacation against which you measure all past and future trips. For here’s nature at her gorgeous best. :-)
Man has kept pace with Nature with well tended parks and gardens that burst forth in colors and fragrances. Visit the Saline Garden with its verdant richness and breathtaking blooms. This makes an appealing background for the fascinating sculptures displayed by various artists.
Any time is fun time by the banks of the Inn River. Hike, bike, ski, or ride a horse in this sparkling riverscape. If you prefer peace and quiet, simply meditate or watch a bug as it resolutely climbs a blade of grass.
Rosenheim was first visited by the Romans, and as is the norm with them, they left instances of their typical architecture. Along the ages came various other influences that now leave you suitably impressed with the art of the middle ages.
The Church of St. Nicholas is crowned with an impressive onion dome that can be seen for miles around. But it wasn’t so all along. To learn all about it, visit the Municipal Museum housed within the impressive Mittertor gates, which itself is a tangible archive of history.
Make time in your itinerary to fully appreciate the Max-Josefs-Platz. Witness the wonderful exuberance of various architectural styles and features that line the plaza. You don’t have to be a student of art history to realize you’re in the presence of an amazing architectural bonanza.
While you’re here, a visit to the Museum of Wood Technology might reveal to you the close association that this land has with wood.
Rosenheim has a similar fascination with navigation, and it is well illustrated in the captivating contents of the Inn Museum.