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Neustadt / Donau, Bad Gögging

Spa and holiday resort Bad Gögging

Bad Gögging (district of Neustadt an der Donau) has developed from a former Roman state spa into a popular spa and holiday resort. A mixture of modernity and Bavarian hospitality. Comfortable accommodations in all price categories as well as a wide selection of restaurants and sports and wellness facilities are available throughout the year. Health and wellness activities also possible in the large Limes thermal bath with Roman sauna.


The Romans have left their mark everywhere in and around Bad Gögging: the church St. Andreas with excavations of a Roman spa, fort Abusina in Eining, Limes thermal bath with wellness and health offers, rebuilt Limes Tower north of Hienheim near the end of the Limes on the Danube.

Roman fort Abusina in Eining

The fort is located about 3 km south of the end of the Limes at the southern edge of Eining. During Roman times, there was an important road junction there. Eining is the most completely preserved fort in Bavaria. The visible wall sections belong to different building periods of this site which had been used for a very long time. Apparently, fort Eining was not abandoned when the Limes was cleared in the 3rd century A.D., but became a part of the Limes of the late antiquity, which was formed by the Danube until the 5th century. The fort was reduced during that time. As a consequence, there was only one fortification at the southwest corner of the site. The history of this site is conveyed to the visitors by a high number of new devices; starting point is an information pavilion. So-called “Zeitfenster” (time windows), walk-in steel frames with texts and reconstruction drawings, put, acoustically accompanied by sounds, certain parts of the fort in the limelight. There was no direct visual contact possible between Eining and the end of the Limes beyond the Danube. This was made possible with a watch post on the Weinberg, 2 km northeast of Eining (remains of staff quarters and a small temple are still visible today as debris ramparts at the edge of the forest). North of today’s village was a military camp with an area of 11 hectares during the Marcomannic Wars at the end of the 2nd century. Its west front reached as far as the Danube. The northern moat of this site is still visible today as a strip of wasteland which is planted with trees. It is located east of the district road which crosses the camp.

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Hienheim: Reconstruction of a watchtower

Hienheimer forest: The remains of a watchtower are preserved, as is part of the ruined Limes wall. Watchtower 15/42: Ruin of a stone turret and the circular ditch of the wooden tower is visible. Along the Hienheim-Kelheim road: There is a modern reconstruction of a wooden watchtower with palisade fence. From there you will find a good view over the Danube valley to Eining. To the east of the road stands the Hadrian column, which was erected by King Max II of Bavaria to mark the end of the Limes.

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Roman Museum of Spas and Bathing Culture

Roman bath museum with excavations of a Roman bath.

Opening hours:

1st March till 31st October:

Tuesdays till Saturdays from 4 till 5 pm
Sundays and bank holidays from 10.30 till 11.30 am

Mondays closed (if a bank holiday falls on a Monday, the museum is open but closed on the following Tuesday).

1st November till 28th February:

Saturdays from 4 till 5 pm
Sundays 10.30 till 11.30 am
26th December 10.30 till 11.30 am

Groups: Guided tours for groups by appointment at the Tourist-Information (see also

Roman guided tours and trips in Bad Gögging

Visit the Roman border fort of Abusina in Eining, and excavations in the Roman bath museum in Bad Gögging. For further information: Tourist information, Bad Gögging.


Tourist-Information Bad Gögging
Heiligenstädter Straße 5
93333 Bad Gögging

Tel. 0 94 45 / 95 75 0
Fax 0 94 45 / 95 75-33