Unesco World Heritage Site with a private guide
Regensburg was almost completely spared the bombs of World War II and is one of the most beautiful and intact Old Towns in Germany. The first stone bridge crossed the Danube River here and the city has a wealth of architecture from the 13th and 14th centuries. Its narrow alleyways and pleasant cafes are a perfect spot to spend an afternoon. As the home of the University of Regensburg, the city combines a lively atmosphere with old-world charm.
The highlights include Regensburg's amazing gothic cathedral, the original roman city gate, the stone bridge, Germany's oldest sausage restaurant on the banks of the Danube River, and the town hall. But the city's real charm lies in its quaint 14th-century alleyways and cafes where old-world charm combines with a lively university scene. Now most of the Old Town is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site which ensures this unique character will be preserved.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Your hotel in the Old Town or the train station.
End location: Back at your hotel, the train station or in the Old Town.
Duration: 2 hours
An easy stress-free walking tour.