The nearst airports are the ones in Munich and Salzburg (Austria). Rosenheim can be reached from these airports by train, which takes about 90 minutes.
Rosenheim has one train station, where regional, national and international trains take you to your desired destination.
Rosenheim can be reached on the motorway A8 (Munich - Salzburg (Austria)), exit 'Rosenheim'.
Distance from Munich to Rosenheim is 70 kms, from Salzburg to Rosenheim it's about 90 kms
Generally speaking, it is easy to get around the city center by foot or bike. Especially during the summer months, visitors can rent a bike at the Weißer Rabe, which is located in front of the train station and operated by unemployed people and they offer bike repair and rent.
For longer distances, Rosenheim has a very well developed bus system. Besides regional bus lines, there are 12 city lines and 4 night lines.
The whole city centre of Rosenheim is a historical place worth visiting.
the main church in Rosenheim, located at the Ludwigsplatz
located in Ebersberger Steet. Like all the other loreto chapels, this is a copy of the Basilica della Santa Casa, a popular Catholic pilgrimage site in Loreto, Italy.
the former pilgrimage church in the south of the city (Heilig-Blut-Street) has a beautiful side altar.
located at Max-Josefs-Platz, is a museum dedicated to wood and its use.
located at Ludwigsplatz, is a museum showing how people were living in the town in earlier times.
located at Inn street, is dedicated to the river Inn and its use and importance for the region and ships and shipbuilding. Note that the building the Inn Museum is located in (the Bruckbaustadel) is a beautiful historical building dated back to the 17th century.
located at Rathaus street, usually has one exhibition at a time, which is usually well-known even outside the boarders of Rosenheim. Previous exhibitions were about Dinosaurs, Mummies, Tibet, Bionic, Maya, the Desert. Check out the webpage for the current exhibition.
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