Regensburg Transportation

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    The river

    by Gili_S Written Oct 16, 2004

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    The river Danube is crossing this city. Obviously some people do use the river as transportation road, some just use it for sports. However, this river is just at the start here and will continue further east to Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia and more.

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    Getting to Regensburg

    by MEdelmann Updated Jun 18, 2003

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    Regensburg on the river Danube

    There are also many excellents railway connections with Regensburg. There is a big railway station and many international trains like EuroCity, InterCity and InterCity-Express also stop here.

    For detailed schedules of trains going to Regensburg I recommend you to check the website of the German Federal Railways:

    *www.db.de*

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    Getting to Regensburg

    by MEdelmann Updated Jun 18, 2003

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    The cathedral towers

    It is easy to go to Regensburg by car. You can take the motorway A3 (from Passau, N?rnberg, W?rzburg) or the A93 (from Munich and Weiden). Regensburg has many exits, and their is an excellent car parking system there.

    But better take a small car and not such a big car as I had (I was there with my delievery car) ....

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    razor scooters

    by Lucky79 Written Mar 20, 2003

    Regensburg was the first city in Germany where we noticed people using "Razor Scooters" as a viable form of transportation. Kids going to and from school, business executives and housewives found this a "very acceptable" way to get about! Walking is the best method for tourists, but cabs are also redily available.

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  • Driving downtown in Germany is...

    by whenitworks Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Driving downtown in Germany is always a problem. An alternative is leave your car at a P+R place and take the bus. After you arrive at the main train station, try to find the Altestadte Linen, taking you around all the historical place at a cost of about one dollar. They also offer group ticket.

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    Direct trains

    by alectrevor Written Jun 13, 2011

    Regensburg has direct trains to Frankfurt, Munich, Nuremburg and Passau and many regio trains for local journies. Ideal for trip into Czech Rep.

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    City tour

    by Gili_S Written Oct 16, 2004

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    There is this possibility to take this city tour around the city. As I am the kind who likes to walk I did not really checked them out, but at list it looks nice.

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