Boasting a prime location in one of Germany’s richest regions, the Bavarian town of Dingolfing boasts a rich historical heritage and a wealth of alluring architectural attractions. Dating back to the ancient year of 833, the town’s street echo a cheerful and prosperous past which has managed to re-establish itself in the present. The gently flowing Isar River gives the town an element of natural beauty while the scattering of surrounding faring villages prove a picturesque perimeter to the province.
One of the town’s most iconic landmarks is undoubtedly the Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church, an impressively austere example of architecture planned by prominent creative Robert Vorhoelzer. This monumental hall church is enjoyed as a communal place of worship for the residents of Dingolfing, and helps create the convivial sense of community that is rife within the town.
The picturesque river divides the town into the old and the new, the modern and the ancient; a wander around the atmospheric Old Quarter will afford visitors visions of historical buildings and interesting monuments that allude to the town’s rich history. In the New Tow, vibrant bars, refined restaurants and fashionable shops all vie for the attention of tourists.
Dingolfing boasts a cosmopolitan culinary scene that bursts with flavour and flair; a restaurant that offers diners a tantalising taste of the Orient is Lotus Asia Imbiss, an elegant Asian restaurant that attracts rave reviews from locals and visitors alike. Spicy noodle dishes are complimented by sweat and sour meat dishes, all delicately seasoned and freshly prepared.(Steinweg 13, 84130 Dingolfing)