according to Douglas Adams, 42 is the answer about life, the universe and everything.....
for us, 42 is also the size of this apartment and of course - it is - for two
The apartment is centrally located on the ground floor of a house built in 1370. A 650-year-old granite column supports the vault and the house above it.
2 rooms, overall 42 m²,
• living- & bed-area 32 m²
• kitchen 10 m²
Mermaids and Danube steamboat Captains (city dolphins of course, too) are happy about an open bathtub in the room, even showering is possible there ...
But no separate Shower!
within the modern kitchen you'll find
• oven incl. microwave
• induction based stove
• coffee machine
• fridge and freezer
• dish washer
ou have free internet access in the apartment via WiFi and DSL 200 MBit.
A Bose sound system and a TV with more than 50 HD channels, full internet access with a bunch of apps to stream any content offers enough distraction even in bad weather (but that is very rare here....;-)
All operating instructions for devices, tips for dining and shopping can be found on a tablet, which we provide for your stay.
We are happy to welcome you as our guest in person and give you tips on apartment, Passau and the surrounding area.
Passau has a 2000-year history and a manageable size - but so much to discover in history, landscape and cultural life.
There is no parking in the area of the Steinweg, but you can stop to unload your luggage just in front of the building (on the left side of the street) and then visit a public car park. Tips and directions for the public parking in the area we do provide after booking.
When you come from the motorway (A3) follow the signposts to the centre (Zentrum) and then in the direction of Landratsamt/Dom. Drive along "Fritz-Schäffer-Promenade", turn left into "Nagelschmiedgasse" and immediately turn left again into "Roßtränke". You will cross the "Rindermarkt" and the end you will see the Church of St. Paul, passing through the archway there you will come to "Steinweg".
From the train station/central bus station you can walk through the old-town across "Ludwigsplatz", along "Ludwigstraße" to "Rindermarkt". In the distance you will see the Church of St. Paul; passing through the archway there you will come to "Steinweg".