About Regensburg

Regensburg is located in centre of Bavaria in the Bavarian forest, where the Naab and Regen rivers merge with the Danube. Because of its rich history and the many intact medieval buildings, the old town became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2006. Its foundation dates back to a roman settlement (Castra Regina) in 179 and today the old town is the largest medieval settlement north of the Alps. Its many historical treasures as well as the picturesque cityscape with the old stone bridge and the gothic cathedral allow a glimpse at the most fascinating and important era in Regensburg's history and make it a must-see for tourists. In the city centre, many beer-gardens and restaurants invite with traditional bavarian food and local beer (called ‘Helles’) which is produced in the numerous local breweries. Make sure to join our guided tour of the city to witness the remains of the colorful history of Regensburg yourself!

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In der Tändlergasse befindet sich das Golfmuseum sowie viele kleine Antiquitätengeschäfte. (Foto: Regensburg Tourismus GmbH)

„Bild: © Regensburg Tourismus GmbH“