The pearl in the Inn Valley between Lake Chiemsee and the Wendelstein delights visitors with its southern flair and Alpine charm.
Enjoy your time here in one of the numerous cafés and restaurants, in an exciting city tour, or strolling beneath the arcades on a shopping trip. There are hearty celebrations at one of the largest public festivals of Upper Bavaria, the Rosenheim Autumn Festival. The first documented mention of Rosenheim market is in 1234. Over time, the city developed to become the economic and cultural metropolis of south eastern Bavaria with approx. 60,000 inhabitants. The heart of the old town, Max-Josefs-Platz, which is surrounded by arcades, impresses visitors with its magnificent townhouses in the Inn-Salzach-Stil.
Rosenheim is characterised by a modern art and cultural scene. The spacious Culture + Congress Centre, the internationally renowned "Lokschuppen" exhibition centre and the City Gallery, in addition to smaller theatre stages, provide the right setting for cultural events. The City Museum, the Wood Technology Museum and the Inn Museum present the rich history of the city. As an innovative centre, Rosenheim is the site of a number of scientific and research institutions, including the University of Applied Sciences, the Application Centre for Wood and Plastics Technology, the Institute for Window Technology and many more. Economically, Rosenheim constitutes the centre of south-eastern Bavaria with several world-renowned high-performing companies.
Great value is attached to sport in this city. Every sportsperson finds their element. Rosenheim has excellent transport connections both via the motorway (Munich-Salzburg-Innsbruck) and the rail network. Munich airport and Salzburg airport are approximately 100 kilometres and 80 kilometres away respectively.