Freising, about 25 minutes to the north of Munich, is the oldest city in Bavaria with an almost 1300-year history. The Romanesque cathedral on the Domberg and numerous other historic architectural monuments invite a visit. Museum lovers are recommended to go to the City Museum and the Diocesan Museum, which have the largest collection of church art in Germany. The picturesque squares, nooks, and alleys invite you to stroll around and have a look. The dignified bourgeoisie can be found here just as much as student flair. You should not miss a walk to Weihenstephan Hill, with its green campus, the lovely show gardens, and the oldest existing brewery in the world, along with a bar – Old Bavarian hospitality is taken seriously in Freising! You can also explore the cathedral city by bike or on foot on the Culture & Nature Trail and thus enjoy the sights and nature in the city. Numerous excursions are available from the large district city of Freising, including to the nearby state capital of Munich or to the hops-growing region of Hallertau. But the big, wide world is not far away either – due to the close proximity of Munich Airport, Freising can be easily reached by any country in the world.
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