Really beautiful here
History meets modern times
In Regensburg romanesque architecture meets gothic architecture. With around 1,500 heritage-listed buildings, Regensburg has the largest medieval old town in Germany. Besides this, the oldest bridge preserved in Germany spans the Danube River: the Steinerne Brücke or Stone Bridge. Since the early 8th century, Regensburg has been a diocese and as early as the Middle Ages it was considered a prosperous trading town. Today, it still gives visitors the feeling of going on a true journey through time.
A city to fall in love with
You can expect an almost southern flair, as if you were strolling through the streets of a northern Italian city. Regensburg's old town has been listedRegensburger Altstadt as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2006. The Dom St. Peter's Cathedral, the Golden Tower and the Reichssaal are worth seeing besides numerous other destinations. An excursion into the surroundings is also worthwhile, for example to the neoclassical ancestral temple high above the Danube River bank, the Walhalla. From there you can enjoy a magnificent view over Europe's second longest river.