Whether golfing on the highest golf course in Southern Bavaria, while hiking, cycling, horse-back-riding, playing tennis, or at the alpine and cross-country skiing center in Russel during the winter season – you can enjoy your leisure time in Deggendorf to the fullest.
This large district town isn’t just remarkable for its scenic beauty as well as having numerous impressive historical monuments and places of interest, Deggendorf will also surprise you with its varied cultural attractions. And if on top of that, you let yourself be seduced by the Bavarian hospitality and fine traditional cuisine, your stay in this lovely Danube city will be perfect.
The highlights are not only of a topographical nature. Be it the stage, cabaret, or exhibitions, the cultural attractions between the Danube and the Bavarian Forest are truly remarkable. When the City Festival calls, 100,000 visitors join the fun. The traditional and popular spring festivals are a magnet for visitors from near and far.
The Deggendorf City Hall is ready to host conventions and conferences while also offering an outstanding cultural program. The program of events ranges from theatre and musicals; classical music, operetta, and folk music; all the way to jazz, rock and pop, cabaret, and children’s theatre.