Thousands of happy couples marry in Bavaria year after year. Right at the beginning of wedding planning, many people face the difficult question of where the wedding should take place. And here Mariakirchen comes into play. The not so secret "secret tip" offers everything to spend the most beautiful day in life here. A baroque church, the perfect setting for a festive ceremony and the romantic moated castle where the wedding is like a dream. Only an hour's drive from Munich airport, it is also easy to reach from the state capital and offers not only rural ambience but also rural prices.
Obere Hofmark 5, Mariakirchen
The ‘new’ Hofwirt in Mariakirchen features regional and supra-regional performers. Ranging from the cheerful ‘Bauerntheater’ (farmer´s theatre) to themed evenings hosted by Kulturblos´n Mariakirchen (a club for the preservation of culture) and other events such as music evenings and parties, organised in cooperation with other regional venues. We recommend to keep an eye on the Hofwirt´s event calendar so that you never miss one of the highlights!
Voglsam 1, Schönau
An amusement park with free entry. Where can you find something like that these days? In tranquil Voglsam! Featuring a toboggan run, a climbing centre, mini golf, football golf and many more, visitors of all ages are sure to have a great time. And all of that is available for free or for a small fee, like some rides. However, for the past 25 years, the park main attraction has been a balloon ride over the Rottal region, which offers a whole new perspective on Lower Bavaria.
Unterer Markt 15, Arnstorf
Arnstorf has quite a few venerable pubs to offer. The most well-known, however, is without a doubt the Monaco Pub situated on town square. This is where many locals go for a nightcap after a pleasant evening, which is why the sight of people coming out of this charming bar after daybreak is not unusual. Visitors can turn the night into a day with the opening hours being very customer-focused.
Marktplatz 5, Arnstorf
It may be an unexpected sight to visitors of the small town of Arnstorf when they first get a glimpse of the Officina Gastronomica Da Tino menu. Please be advised – reading the following might make you hungry: Parma Ham, Parmegiano Reggiano and exclusive wines from culinary hotspots in Italy, to name only a few of the numerous meals on offer. Needless to say, the restaurant also offers self-made pasta which is served by the Italy-connoisseurs Michael and Kathrin, who named the Officina after their son Tino.