Cham is north-east of Regensburg in the nature reserve of the Upper Bavarian Forest. The town takes its name from the little river Chamb, which meets the river Regen near Cham. The historic old town features a number of fountains and many listed buildings. Among the most prominent are the imposing Biertor gate, one of the former town gates with its two towers, located in the centre of Cham, the Köppl-Haus with its over 400-year-old façade and the Straubing Tower, a relic of the town’s mediaeval fortifications. In addition to a modern infrastructure and a variety of retail opportunities, the town has an exciting programme of events, as well as several galleries and museums. The Bavarian Forest offers many opportunities for leisure activities: you can go hiking and mountain biking in the summer months and ski in the winter. Cham also connects to the road network via a series of excellent secondary routes and ticks all the boxes as a pleasant place to live.
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