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St. Stephen's Cathedral

Domplatz 9, 94032 Passau, Bavaria, Germany
+49 851 39241
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Great performance

One hour show at noon is a great way to experience the power of the church organ. May be Europe or... read more

Reviewed yesterday
stuart m
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Outstanding cathedral

This is a stunning cathedral which is a must place to visit. The church is not very awe inspiring... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
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Domplatz 9, 94032 Passau, Bavaria, Germany
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+49 851 39241
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

One hour show at noon is a great way to experience the power of the church organ. May be Europe or worlds biggest organ not clear but still good fun.

Thank stuart m
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is a stunning cathedral which is a must place to visit. The church is not very awe inspiring externally but once inside it is nothing less than spectacular. The baroque decorations are excessive and very impressive. We just walked around in amazement. We also...More

Thank Onleaveagain
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Beautiful cathedral even if you have seen plenty others Suggest you buy tickets to listen to the organist who plays at 12:00 music was fantastic. 30 minute performance

Thank Vickipiedmont
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is yet another church. As there are so many churches in the area, if you did miss seeing it then your trip would be no worst off. I went by myself so missed a lot of the special aspects that friends who had a...More

Thank guynz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

As rich a history as its peers in southern Germany. Worth a tour or at least a bit of research before you visit to get the most from the exoerience.

Thank Peter B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It's truly spectacular and breathtaking! It boggles the mind to think this was built in 20 years! How!

Thank Impackedletsgo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The organ concert, Every noon and some thursday evenings are really great. The cathedral contains the largest dom organ in the world. If you visit Passau make sure you hear the organ in action!

Thank Gert-Jan A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A spectacular 17th century baroque cathedral, this church is the main seat for the bishop of Passau. Like most European churches and cathedrals, there have been a succession of church buildings over time, but the current is pretty amazing. Fantastic ceiling murals and beautiful side...More

Thank MaryKop
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Icon of the city- free entry and spectacular view inside with well reported organ- which was playing but probably because there had been a recital just ended. General reaction of visitors was one of awe.

Thank 1949etwall
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you visit Passau, you must try and go to an Organ Concert at St Steven's Cathedral. The Organist plays for 30 minutes and you have to wonder at how much practice they have had to put in to learn how to play,as this is...More

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Joey M
10 July 2017|
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I am sorry, I don't really know. You probably need to search the Internet
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Linda L
6 May 2017|
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Response from xygb7dklt | Reviewed this property |
The cathedral has eight large bells and the largest combined organ (five separate instruments) in Europe. Thirty minute organ concerts start at noon from May to October and at 7:30 Thursday evenings. No concerts on Sundays... More
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Linda L
6 May 2017|
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Response from Markus C | Reviewed this property |
There is an inner court yard at the left hand side, seen from the front side of the church building. There is a kiosk where you can buy the tickets. If you ask peoples, they will show you where. Easy to find. The price is... More
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