Rosenheim will captivate you with its picturesque ambience and its almost Mediterranean charm. Pastel coloured house façades with elegant archways, spacious squares and a very particular way of life, characterise this charming city on the river Inn. Bavarian tradition and modern lifestyle unite here in a unique symbiosis. The multifaceted range of leisure activities rounds off its image.
The welcoming city is easy to reach. You can travel by car on the motorway A 8. The railway connection is also very good, Rosenheim is situated on the rail route from Vienna to Verona via Salzburg. The nearest international airport is in Munich and it is approx. 100 kilometres away, however, there is an excellent connection via urban train (S-Bahn) and train.
Rosenheim represents the economic and cultural centre of South East Bavaria. The selection of tourist attractions is correspondingly large. The Max-Josefs-Platz constitutes one of the places that every guest in the city should visit. The spacious square was converted into a pedestrian zone and it will captivate you with its architecture. Opulent town houses with archways and porches mould the image of the city.
Relaxation and recreation is provided for at the Mangfallpark. In the grounds of the former national horticultural show, wide promenades invite you to come take a leisurely stroll.The guest can while their time away on a comfortable bench and enjoy the magnificent view of the Mangfall and the Alpine backdrop.
Today, theMittertor, which is the only preserved historical market gate, houses the Städtische Museum. With an extensive collection with approx. 5000 exhibits, the history of the city and the region is documented. It ranges from the Roman Times up until the 20th Century.
Alongside private theatres such as the "Theater am Markt Ost", the "Theater Rosenheim" or the "Theaterinsel", it is the Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Rosenheim “Culture and Congress Centre in Rosenheim” above all, that is of crucial importance for the cultural life of the city. In the modern, generously laid out general purpose building, each year some 400 events of the most varied kinds take place here.
The „Weißwurst“ white veal sausage represents one of the culinary delicacies in Bavaria and which is often eaten with sweet mustard and a "Brezn" pretzel. A hearty measure of beer is an essential accompaniment to it. This, and other delicacies, are served formoderate prices in the Flötzinger Bräustüberl right in the heart of Rosenheim.