We went to this city almost two years ago to experience its famous festival called the Gäubodenvolksfest. It is held annually during the month of August. The Gäubodenvolksfest in Straubing is the second largest genuine folk festival in Bavaria, Germany, after the Munich Oktoberfest.
Straubing a city in Lower Bavaria in the southern part of Germany. This is a historical city conquest by the Romans in 16-14 BC. Until today, you can still see many traces of the 400-year Roman occupation such as the ‘Römerschatz’ or the roman treasure.
I hope to visit this city again in the future..maybe during its Gäubodenvolksfest this year. I will see.
The Romanesque Church of St. Peter (12th century)
The gothic City tower (begun in 1316)
The gothic town hall
The medieval ducal castle Herzogsschloss (begun in 1356)
The gothic Basilica of St. Jacob (present-day church begun in 1393)
The Church St. Vitus (St. Veit) – home of the oldest still existing Confraternity in Germany, the
The Carmelite Monastery and Church Holy Spirit (since 1368; by Hans von Burghausen – the only monastery which survived the dissolution of 1802) The monks support especially Palestinian Christians
Church St.Ursula (Ursulinenkirche) of the Asam brothers
The baroque Trinity Column at Theresienplatz
The Water Tower