Hotel Bischofshof am Dom

Krautermarkt 3, Regensburg, Bavaria, 93047, Germany
Hotel Bischofshof am Dom
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a nice enough outdoor seating area for a brew

by richiecdisc about Hotel Bischofshof

I can’t say I was overly impressed by this place though I was amused by a group of young Bavarian guys who were obviously quite drunk and enjoying a day out from the farm in their lederhosen. It was a bit of an upscale place and since we had eaten and the food was on the expensive side (it is right next to the Dom), I got right to business. I was there for one thing only, to sample the beers of the Bischofs Brewery. It does have a nice enough outside seating area to take a break from sightseeing if you're in the mood for refreshment. The Bischofs Original 1649 Hell was a golden beauty with a creamy head. Its fruity palate was dry for a helles beer with a distinctive floral hoppy nose and finish. The Pils was uncharacteristically fruity as well but very light in body as befits the style and the long dry bitter finish brings it back to form.

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Forum Posts

Pope's visit in Sep06 - any known train interruptions?

by Vikmik

Hi everyone,

I was planning to travel from Prague to Regensburg on 9Sep06 but only discovred that Pope Benedict is going to visit town at the same time. appreciate if locals can advise me of any tain/transport disruptions or shop closure and if I have any problems traveling to and from Regensburg at that time
thanks a lot

RE: Pope's visit in Sep06 - any known train interruptions?

by Ingalotta

Hi,

the pope isn't suppossed to be in Regensburg before the 11th (http://www.benedikt-in-bayern.de/EMF153/EMF015281.asp), so there shouldn't be a problem with the rail connections. The big events should take place on the 12th, even all schools are closed on this day. So if you want to travel on that day, make sure that you have a reservation, as there are 350 000 people suppossed to vistit Regensburg on that day.
Hope that's what you wanted to know.

Travel Tips for Regensburg

Pfaffenstein hiking trails

by dentremo

On the northern side of the Danube there is a hill that extends along the river to the west. There are a series of trails that you can bike, run, or stroll along providing spectacular views of Regensburg and the Danube river valley. (In the picture, the church on the hill is located at the eastern end of the trails - my other pictures show some views from Pfaffenstein).

If you are on a bike and have a good map, you can ride to the north through the farm land either of two villages that are set on hills: Tremmelhausen and Adlersberg. Both have excellent beer gardens (the beer is brewed in Adlersberg) with great views and beer that is almost a euro cheaper than in Regensburg.

Authentic Regensburg

by dentremo about Kneitinger

If you are looking for some authentic Bavarian cusine and excellent bock beer, come to Kneitinger, where according to their website you will find native Bavarians sitting next to Americans, artists next to entrepeneurs, and schoolkids next to retired people.

There is inside that is decorated in the traditional Bavarian manner and a less- formal glass-covered heated alley outside with large wooden benches.

Word of Warning: Don't try to take your food from the McDonalds across the street to the outside tables and don't try to order a coke. There is something in their charter that forbids them from selling any mass-produced products - or something like that.

This place is also a great place to people watch. Last time I was there, I saw a pretty funny domestic dispute which ended up in the wife tipping the table over on her husband.

Also, if you see my buddy Herbert, say hi to him for me (see pic). I met him there once when I was trying to practice my German and he decided to use me to practice his 'G.I. English' (whatever that was). Anyway, he gave me his picture for some odd reason???

The churches

by Lochlainn

I'm definitely not a religious person, and I'm certainly not one who makes a beeline to the church when visiting a place, but I was in Regensburg quite a while and got a chance to visit many of the city's ecclesiastical centres. This one, almost my favourite, is St Ulrich's and is now a museum. What attracted me to the church buildings here was not just that they are striking buildings architecturally, but that they are also so diverse. And not just because they were built over centuries, you find often that two churches built a mere decades apart employed completely contrasting styles and techniques! Possibly as they were being constructed on foundations laid centuries before for a different purpose, or sometimes the style was likely chosen deliberately to highlight a particular function or aspiration - however I like to think that this speaks of individuality on the part of the builders. In a modern world where 'sameness' is the norm I welcome - and wallow in - the historical diversity!

Jahninsel

by Christine_D

Jahninsel is small island between two arms of the Danube directly under the Old Stone Bridge. People spend time there relaxing, meeting friends and having small parties. Everyone can bring his own food and drinks. The perfect place for a break!

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