Oberammergau Passion Play Tours
The world-famous Oberammergau Passion Play will take place in 2022. Spaces very limited for this powerful spectacle that only takes place every 10 years.
2022 marks the 42nd edition of this spectacular event, which dates back to 1634. This open-air stage performance takes place every 10 years in the Bavarian village of Oberammergau and honours the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The cast is made up entirely of Oberammergau residents with over 2,000 actors taking part, including around 500 children.
We are offering tickets to the Passion Play on five unique itineraries, with various departure dates between May and September. Some tours include time in Austria, others combine Oberammergau with five nights in Italy, - but they all include tickets to this special event.
5 Oberammergau Tours
- Passion Play 2022 and Alpine Countries
- Passion Play 2022 and Bavaria
- Passion Play 2022, Innsbruck and the Dolomites
- Passion Play 2022 and the Italian Lakes
- Passion Play 2022 and Salzburg
If you have any questions about our Passion Play tours, please don’t hesitate to contact our expert team.
The Passion Play theatre accommodates more than 4,700 seats, all undercover, and provides excellent acoustics and views to the stage from all areas. Titan has no control over the exact location of the seats, although travelling with us means you will have guaranteed category B2 tickets as indicated on the stage plan.
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