Explore the area
Our identity originates from our regional Bavarian traditions. Everything that's characteristic for our region - between Regensburg and Nuremberg - and its people shapes our image and understanding of excellent hospitality. We have been successful in combining both - the traditional Bavarian life style and innovative and up-to-date modernity - in our hotels.
Castle of Parsberg
On 1200 sqm, the Parsberg castle museum presents the lives of people from the area around Neumarkt, Parsberg and Regensburg throughout the centuries. The exhibition focuses on three main aspects and also offers a high extent of museum education.
For centuries, convents have been concentrating on catering for guests - such as pilgrims, craftsmen, visitors (in Weltenburg the monks used to cater for fishermen and skippers as well). However, the Weltenburg Convent only applied for its first liqueur license in 1826. At that time, the convent was temporarily secularized.
Maybach vehicles rank among the valuables of the automobile history. About 1800 specimens of these vehicles - with their majestical charisma - were produced between 1920 and 1941 in Friedrichshafen near Lake Constance. Only 160 Maybach vehicles, however, have survived!
Falconry in Riedenburg
The professional team of falconers offers you a great show, making near contact possible between you and the animals. Furthermore, you will learn a lot about the high art of falconry as well as about the different species and their characteristics.
World Heritage Town of Regensburg
This beautiful and ancient town - in olden times the prosperous and powerful trading metropolitan as well as the political centre of the Holy Roman Empire - is today's best preserved medieval town in the whole of Germany. Since 2006, Regensburg has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
Nuremberg is a town with many highlights - Nuremberg's Imperial Castle as well as the subterranean Nuremberg, the Hauptmarkt (with its local weekly market), the Albrecht Duerer Museum and the famous zoo!
There is so much to discover!