Vilshofen, Germany

After boarding the river boat, we decided to check out the quaint village of Vilshofen.  It’s not very large, but very picturesque.  There’s one main street, a church, and small shops; with a population is around 500,000.  We walked the main part of town in less than two hours.  From what we were told, there are two main hotels, but many “Zimmer”, “Zimmer Frei, or pensions”.  These are bed and breakfasts, and seem to be everywhere.  The people are very friendly and almost everyone speaks English.

We only had a few hours to check out Vilshofen, but it’s definitely worth a visit.

Here are some of my shots….

One of the bridges to Vilshofen, Germany

One of the bridges to Vilshofen, Germany

Vilshofen, Germany

Vilshofen, Germany

Vilshofen, Germany

Vilshofen, Germany

Vilshofen, Germany

Vilshofen, Germany

Vilshofen, Germany

Vilshofen, Germany

St Johannes Church Vilshofen, Germany

St Johannes Church Vilshofen, Germany

The pipe organ in St Johannes Church Vilshofen, Germany

The pipe organ in St Johannes Church Vilshofen, Germany

Vilshofen, Germany

Vilshofen, Germany

 

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