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Favorite thing: Regensburg has a university which makes it very enjoyable during the school time. However, it is a really small city and it is not worth to take a touristic visit here, especially in summer :) There are lots of pubs, restaurants and bars as there are a lot of students but there are not too many places for shopping. There is a small festival kind a thing during late August or early September (not sure) in the city so you can have a chance to see lots of people wearing their traditional clothes during that time. It is a good time to visit Regensburg, you can see what Bavarians do for entertainment.
Written Jun 30, 2005
Favorite thing: Regensburg is very nice Bavarian city. I just visited here for few hours and had a very nice time strolling around, see the old city and the Danube river.
The picture is of the city official tourist information
Written Oct 16, 2004
Favorite thing: The Steinerne Brücke (Stone bridge) over the river Danube, was erected between the years 1135 and 1146. It is great example of medival architecture. It is 306 meters long and supported by 16 pillars.
At the front end of the bridge is the old pawnbroker's shop, and at its feet the Historische Wurstküche is an extremely popular rendezvous.
Fondest memory: This is one of the oldest bridges in Europe! Just click on the picture to see the amazing details of it ...
Updated Jun 19, 2003
Favorite thing: The cathedral looks absolutely amazing! It is a great masterpiece of gothic architecture in Germany. Construction works began in 1250 and it was completed some hundred years later, in 1525. Inside there can be found great artefacts and windows of different eras.
Fondest memory: Just click on the pictures to see the wonderful details of this magnifcant church!
Updated Jun 18, 2003
Favorite thing: According to legend, during the 17th century a famous French surgeon attempted to cross Regensburg’s Haidplatz square on a tight-rope. In order to make things a bit more interesting he tied fireworks to his body. His subsequent fall, coupled with the huge explosion which followed, would be material for international headlines even today!
Fondest memory: Such dramatic exhibitions don’t normally happen today but you will find jugglers, fire-eaters and stilt-men at the summer festival in Haidplatz square. One of Regensburg’s oldest squares, it originated as a triangular meadow just west of the Roman fortress. Today it is still a focal point -- with a variety of cafes, shops and pubs surrounding the square. We sat at a sidewalk table of the Café Boldenes Kreuz (# 7 Haidplatz) sipping a soft mosel wine (3.5 DM or about $1.75 US) as we studied everyday life in Regensburg.
Written Mar 20, 2003
Favorite thing: Take a walk around the city center and enjoy the architecture and great athmosphere of the town. We have had a great time in the restaurants and bars while having some beers and lots of great discussing with the locals, which have been very friendly. Regensburg is in Bavaria so when you like you can get here a 'Weisswurst' or a original 'Regensburger' which is a special kind of local sausage.
Updated Aug 23, 2002
Favorite thing: Tourist Office
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Written Oct 2, 2005
Favorite thing: When visiting Regensburg, you have to stay at the waterfront. See the water running, see the people moving and see the ship going.
Fondest memory: Take a boat trip starting at 'Steinerne Brücke'
Updated Aug 24, 2002
2 Reviews and 46 Opinions Nice individual rooms. French restaurant with delicious food. Directly in the city centre, not...
1 Review and 53 Opinions I write this four days before my fourth stay here, for a week this time: it's a bit like an old...
1 Review and 41 Opinions If you have a room facing the old part of the city you have a wonderful view of the medieval...