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The old town of Regensburg is really amazing with well-preserved beautiful old buildings and churches. The bridge over the Danube is really fantastic and has nice views. You can wander around for hours day and night.
Regensburg is nothing like Nuremberg but it has sufficient charm on its own and is a totally unpretentious little town. Had an Loh evening walk then a 5 km jog next morning and found it to be a lovely town to relieve our long journey...More
From the moment we joined our guide for the walk along the Danube into this quaint old medieval town, we knew it was special. Everywhere is so green, clean and picturesque. As we walked through the narrow cobbled streets and the wider shopping areas there...More
The Regensburg Old Town is a remarkably preserved medieval city. From the moment you step across the historic stone bridge, you will find yourself part of a city from another time--narrow streets, medieval architecture, shops, cafes all giving the visitor the feeling of stepping back...More
Old town Regensburg is a charming old town on river Danube. It has all the characteristics of a typical fairytale town of Europe. With homerun bakeries, pizzerias to handmade souvenir shops, a bridge over the river, cathedral and quaint narrow by lanes- it has everything...More
The tour of old town was nothing special except it is an old german town. Like most is has narrow streets, a lot of shops and restaurants, and friendly people. Whether you are shopping or just looking, it is a great place to be.
Very well preserved German town, showing a view in the past of the German culture. The old town has as major point of interest the Catholic Cathedral and the Stone Bridge, both built around 1150-1200. But the entire old town is very beautiful: well preserved...More
When you think of Europe and Germany, Regensburg is not the first city that comes to mind when it comes to old towns, historical architecture and "must-sees". But why not? The city is not to big, not to touristy but beautiful.