Berlin, the capital of Germany, is situated roughly 270 miles (435 kilometers) north of Kellberg.
Bavaria is brimming with cultural and natural attractions, from big-ticket tourist hotspots to lesser known gems. While in the region, visit the St. Stephan's Cathedral and Veste Oberhaus Fortress in Passau, some 6 miles (10 kilometers) to the east of Kellberg.
Travelers who come to Bavaria enjoy the wide range of gardens here. When the weather's less than perfect, don't panic, Bavaria offers a number of popular art museums, nature museums and art galleries, guaranteed to keep culture vultures entertained and dry.
Why don't you take advantage of locals keen to share their passion and knowledge and book a tour? Culinary tours, cycling tours and segway tours are popular in this region. Winter is the perfect time to head to this area. Rug up and try some of the wintersports on offer here. Try snow shoeing or snowboarding.
Food is an integral part of any culture and an excellent way to get a feel for somewhere. Beef and also potatoes are popular ingredients here. How about trying kartoffelsalat (potato salad) or pichelsteiner meat and vegetable stew)? Both dishes are a common fare in this area. End with zwetchgenkuchen (plum cake), a popular dessert. You'll notice local residents enjoying Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier; it's one of the most typical alcoholic drinks in Bavaria. To accompany your Bavaria meal, order a glass of wine, for example Franken Bacchus and Franken Kerner.
When you are ready to pack your bag and say "Tschüss" to Kellberg, you'll have loads of happy memories.