For the town in Switzerland, see Cham (Zug).

Cham is a city in Upper Palatinate in Bavaria, Germany. Its name is pronounced quite similar to the English word "calm" and not with a German "ch" sound.

Get in

By car


Chaim lies along the Bundestraße 20, 22 and 85

If you are coming from farther away, you will most likely take the Autobahn A3 (Nurmeberg-Regensburg-Passau) or A93 (from the West)

By train

Regular trains connect Cham with other parts of Germany as well as the Czech Republic. There are direct trains to/from Prague as well as regional connections to surrounding places.


The old city center around the Marketplace ('Marktplatz')



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