The surprising town of Passau – visited on my Uniworld River Cruise

Uniworld River Beatrice in Passau Germany

Uniworld River Beatrice in Passau Germany

Passau in Germany is the embarkation or disembarkation town for the Uniworld River Cruises “Enchanting Danube” river cruise based on which way you are doing the trip. It is also a city full of surprises.

It has one of the world’s three largest church organs in a staggeringly beautiful and massive cathedral (St Steven’s), is uniquely positioned where three key rivers meet (The Danube, Inn and Ilz) which is how it created its wealth in the past when the rivers were the main transportation route for the salt trade and it suffers from dramatic flooding every few decades. The second largest being in June 2013 when large areas of the city were covered with water.

Here are some images from the time spent there to show the beauty of this fascinating town.

Uniworld River Beatrice Docked in Passau Germany

Uniworld River Beatrice Docked in Passau Germany

Uniworld River Beatrice Local Guide Chris In Passau Germany Using Quietvox System

Uniworld River Beatrice Local Guide Chris In Passau Germany Using Quietvox System, we all wore earpieces to hear him all the time

Uniworld River Beatrice Water Bottle

Uniworld River Beatrice Water Bottle – reusable bottles instead of using 1000s of plastic disposable bottles every season

Passau Germany

Passau Germany

 

Market Square Passau Germany

Market Square Passau Germany

St Severin Church Passau Germany

St Severin Church Passau Germany

St Steven's Cathedral Church Organ Passau Germany

St Steven’s Cathedral Church Organ Passau Germany

 

I am travelling as a guest of Titan Travel UK and Uniworld.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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