Regensburg Things to Do

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  • 1. Old Sausage Kitchen - Wurstkuchl

    Said to be the world's oldest sausage kitchen. Beautiful setting, seating inside and outside...incredibly busy at lunchtimes and even beyond (partly thanks to cruise ship passengers like us with...

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  • 2. Sweet childhood memory - mushroom milk kiosk :-)

    The fly agaric mushroom is very popular in any kind of …. well, German culture, children books, fairy tales and decoration. And with its red hat and the white...

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  • 3. Neupfarr Platz

    Neupfarr Platz is a beautiful square. It is home to the Neupfarr Kirche. The church here was built in 1540 and occupies the site of a former synagogue. In the...

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  • 4. Holy Trinity Church

    We visited Holy Trinity Church simply because we were walking passed it on our way to St Jakob’s Church. The church had a yard filled with ornate and beautiful...

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  • 5. The Haidplatz

    Nowadays the haidplatz is an attractive square with many interesting buildings and a statue of justice in its midst.The haid which means meadow was originally...

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  • 6. Schottenkirche St Jacob

    This church dates from the late twelfth century and was the abbey church of a sect of Scottish or possibly Irish monks. Its façade is covered with a series of...

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  • 7. The Old Stone Bridge

    The old stone bridge of Regensburg spans the Danube River. It was a mess during our visit as it is being restored. I think it may have been damaged in the...

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  • 8. The Cathedral

    The Cathedral in Regensburg is called St Peter’s Dom. It dates from 700 AD. Its two massive spires are visible from many parts of the city. The exterior of the...

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  • 9. The Alte Kappele

    The Alte Kappele meaning the Old Chapel is located on Alter Kornmarkt near the cathedral. It is believed there may have been a church at this location from...

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  • 10. Love Lock Bridge - Eiserner Steg

    The "Eiserner Steg" is a little bridge for pedestrians connecting the north and south of the Danube river in the western part of the historical city center....

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  • 11. Valhalla - German: Walhalla

    The hall of fame "Walhalla" is housed in a neo-classical building above the Danube River. Even if you don't visit the inside, the building itself and the view...

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  • 12. The Wedding

    We were sitting outdoors enjoying a coffee when we saw the bride arrive. Instantaly caught my wife's attention and the other ladies sitting nearby. What I liked...

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  • 13. The Dom - St Peter's Cathedral

    The first church was built in 700 AD. Around 739 the site of the Cathedral was chosen in the area of the Porta Praetoria (north gate of the old Roman fort. The...

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  • 14. Domschatz Museum - Cathedral Treasury Museum

    We did not have time to enter this museum. It contains many beautiful religious items going back 500 years. The attached web link although in German has photos...

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  • 15. Altes Rathaus & Clock Tower - Old Town Hall

    From the Steinerne Bridge walking towards the Old Town turn right and walk 4 streets to the fishmarket, then you will see the Old Town Hall.Built during the...

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  • 16. Boating & Beaches - Regensburg

    The Danube is a beautiful River to cruise, however one of the best things about the river is that it is used by locals for swimming, boating, beach for...

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  • 17. Our Regensburg Guide

    It helps when your local guide is enjoys her profession and can speak clear English. Our guide fot the Old City tour was excellent and gave the history of the...

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  • 18. Neupfarrplatz

    After our guided tour finished we were given an hour free time. We chose to have coffee and cake on Neupfarrplatz, a good place to rest with plenty of activity...

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  • 19. Neupfarrkirche - New Parish Church

    Our tour group was waiting in the square before being taken back to our riverboat. We had 5 minutes to departure time so I walked over to the church and took a...

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  • 20. Germany's Oldest Sausage Kitchen

    We could smell the cooking of the sausages as we approached, it made you want to buy one, however we had just had lunch on the rivership, wrong time, right...

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  • 21. Oscar Schindler's Home

    Oscar Schindler's life was brought to the notice of the World through the movie Schindler's List. After World War II he moved to Regensburg with his wife and...

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  • 22. Our Entry to City - By Riverboat 'Amadante"

    Our arrival was by riverboat as part of our 14 day cruise from Budapest to Amsterdam. A great way to travel as it gives unobstructed view of the river and...

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  • 23. Christmass market

    Regensburg Christmas Market 28th November – 23rd December 2013Sun-Wed 10am-8pmThu-Sat 10am-9pm Romantic Christmas Market at Thurn & Taxis PalaceSun-Wed...

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  • 24. Niedermünster

    Niedermünster, located East of the cathedral, was no monastery but a convent of unmarried noble ladies who lived in a community without taking vows as nuns....

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  • 25. Alter Kornmarkt

    The square East of the Dom is mostly a parking lot, but it is surrounded by several interesting buildings and full of history. Until 1830 it was the grain...

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