It's quicker on the way out, but more beautiful on the way back. Some routes are too long for you to have enough time and energy to walk both there and back. A great compromise – travel out by train and then explore and enjoy the scenery by foot.
This is a place where everything unites: the traditional and the modern, East and West, and the sweet and the spicy. Very appropriate for the spirit of our time.
This magnificent twelve-kilometre trail follows the river Naab and leads across the Danube to Prüfening Abbey, the former residence of the Benedictine monks in Regensburg.
The idyllic region of Gablingen is located around ten kilometres north-west of Augsburg. You can walk back to Augsburg along the Jakobsweg trail, which is 18 kilometres long.
Bruckberg is situated between the Upper Bavarian town of Moosburg an der Isar and the Lower Bavarian town of Landshut.