Southwest of Passau hides the cozy place Bad Griesbach in the Rottal. The region is a treasure trove for wellness fans, golfers, trekking enthusiasts and those who want to feel like they are in Italy when on holiday in their own country. The question remains: How big is the recreational factor when relaxing in the "Bavarian Tuscany" really? A small travel report from Bad Griesbach.
In the hilly landscape of the Rottal The air tingles like champagne, A deep breath confirms the assumption that the oxygen content is a bit higher and the breathing gas is a bit cleaner than anywhere else in the world. That is probably why the city became a state-certified health resort in the 70 years. If the old saying is truethat the grass on the other side is always greener, this other side is probably here in Bad Griesbach. In the midst of this idyllic rural idyll, there are three thermal springs: the source of St. Nicholas, the source of the Marien and the Charles Spring have their depths of over 1500 meters and bring to the surface 60 degrees of hot, pure thermal water. The extensive spa area of the city extends around the springs - best prerequisite for an extensive wellness and relaxation culture.
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Bad Briesbach in the Rottal scores not only in wellness and relaxation!
But Bad Griesbach scores not only at Wellness and relaxation, Culturally, the place has a lot to offer: The churches in the city and in the region are magnificent monuments. The parish church Hl.Familie and the cemetery church of St. Michael remind on closer inspection strongly of the church architecture of a world-famous, Bavarian metropolis. These monuments of the region are certainly worth a visit. A deep look into the past of the city are the Eisenerzschürfstellen, which lie in the Bad Griesbacher Forst and give a view of the work of the natives of earlier generations.
With her extensive recreational offer makes the "Bavarian Tuscany" its name, so that during the stay guaranteed no boredom and you can spend a lot of time in the fresh air. The picturesque landscape and the Bad Griesbacher Forst invite you to go cycling, hiking and horse riding. Even tennis players and mini golfers come in many places on numerous courses at their expense. A climbing garden, 17 different Nordic Walking routes in conjunction with a designated marathon route on a total of 150 kilometers make the region to the own information largest Nordic walking center in Germany and a mecca for active vacationers. The paths for the active are thematically arranged according to agricultural routes, forest nature trails and pilgrim ways, to which a part of the famous Way of St. James belongs. If you want, so stay with your stay more than enough opportunities to move.
The healing effect of the hot thermal springs in Bad Griesbach
Despite the extensive Theme offers for active vacationers the emphasis is clearly in the spa and wellness areaso that Bad Griesbach is above all an El Dorado for all, to whom their health is dear and important. The three hot springs form the center of all health facilities in the village. The fluoride-containing sodium bicarbonate chloride sources are up to 60 degrees hot and come from 1500 meters depth. The healing water is said to improve the health of all sorts of physical diseases such as rheumatism, metabolic diseases and mental disorders. All around the thermal baths, in addition to numerous clinics, a comprehensive range of baths, wellness and spa facilities as well as hotels have been established that have been created since the development of the thermal springs with the help of the former mayor Hartl. A variety of beauty farms, beauty salons and wellness-focused establishments have since established themselves.
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