Those who want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of Passau’s old town should plan a leisurely stroll along the Inn promenade. From here you can see the picturesque city from a completely different perspective. Along the promenade you can see the Jesuit Church of St. Michael, consecrated in 1677, with its pastel pink portal, and the Schaibling Tower, built in 1250 on a rock on the western bank of the Inn. As part of the former city fortifications, it provided protection from the current of the Inn. You can also see the monastery of Niedernburg from the promenade, which was granted imperial immediacy by Heinrich II in 1010.