Markt Röhrnbach is situated conveniently on the B12 and centrally between Passau and the Bavarian Forest National Park in Bavaria.
The state-recognised health resort of Röhrnbach in the Bavarian Forest is an ideal holiday region with the most diverse leisure facilities. Those seeking recreation, for example, can make use of the numerous well-maintained and signposted cycling tracks and hiking trails (E-bike hire). The sporting guest will find everything his heart desires, for example tennis, mountain biking, riding or, in winter, Bavarian curling, cross-country skiing or snow-shoe hiking.
Thanks to the central location, many interesting excursion destinations can be reached in a few minutes by car, for example the Bavarian Forest National Park, the Treetop Path in Neuschönau, Bavarian Forest mountains such as the Rachel, Lusen or Dreisessel, the three-river city Passau, the Bayerwald Golf Club or the Mitterdorf Ski Centre for Cross-Country an Alpin Skiing.
Local history museum: Röhrnbach/Kaltenbach
Everyday culture and rarities from Kaltenbach in the Bohemian Forest. The collection is intended to give the homeland a place in which to allow insights into life in Kaltenbach and Röhrnbach in times gone by and to visualise reconciliation.
Ruins of Castle Kaltenstein
The legendary Castle Kaltenstein bears witnesses to the history of Röhrnbach, which dates back a thousand years.
Bruckmühle (Bridge Mill) - Säumerbrücke (Sumpter Bridge) from 1592
The Säumerbrücke over the Osterbach by the Bruckmühle, over which the sumpters led their pack animals at one time, is probably the oldest bridge in the lower Bavarian Forest. With its four unequal arches it blends harmoniously into the brook landscape.
Historic village centre and buildings
Parish church of St. Michael in Röhrnbach
The catholic parish church of St. Michael in Röhrnbach in the district of Freyung-Grafenau, Bavarian Forest was erected from 1746 to 1750. The parish church was originally designed in the baroque style with many ceiling paintings and colourful ornaments on pillars and columns, but these were plastered over during one of the many renovations. Later on it was reconstructed thanks to a great deal of encouragement from the State Office for the Preservation of Ancient Monuments. The plans originated from a native of Passau by the name of Johann Michael Schneitmann. Since its construction the interior of the parish church of St. Michael in Röhrnbach in the Bavarian Forest has been redesigned again and again, so that the original spatial concept can be only interpreted.
Numerous cycle tracks and hiking trails pass through Markt Röhrnbach and the surrounding area.