Roding is located approximately 230 miles (370 kilometers) from Berlin, the national capital.
From firmly-established, must-see spots to lesser known gems, Bavaria is crisscrossed with fabulous attractions. Hohenwarth, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the west, and Maxhutte-Haidhof, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the east of Roding are worth a visit too.
Approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southwest of Roding is Regensburg, an important regional city which is home to Reichstag Museum, St. Emmerams Abbey and Danube Mall. Don't return to Roding until you've investigated Regensburg's Scots Monastery (Schottenkirche), Bismarckplatz and University of Regensburg.
This area is popular for its range of historic mansions; these are often evocative portals into the area's colorful past. Stimulate your mind at Bavaria's fascinatingaters, art museums and art galleries.
Have a break from seeing the sights and spend a few relaxing hours surfing or boating. There are heaps of high-adrenaline adventures to be enjoyed in the region around Bavaria. Try rock climbing or hiking to really get your blood pumping.
For lots of travellers, enjoying new places is as much about food as it is about taking photos of sights so make the effort to sample the food in the area. Beef and also potatoes are popular here. Kartoffelsalat (potato salad) and pichelsteiner meat and vegetable stew) are are two perennial favorites with vacationers and locals alike. Those who would like to try something else, can order zwetchgenkuchen (plum cake), the perfect way to round out your Bavaria dining experience. For those who enjoy a good brew, have a taste of Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier. It is popular in Bavaria. To complement the typical Bavaria flavours, order a regional wine, for example Franken Bacchus and Franken Kerner.
As you conclude your trip, pack your traveling bag and bid Roding "Tschüss" (farewell).