Regensburg’s long history from the Romans to the present day can be read from a simple stroll through its streets.
The Stone Ages Men have settled on the Danube near Regensburg. The Celtic name Radasbona was the oldest name given to a prehistoric settlement here.
Unbelievable as it may seem, Regensburg‘s cathedral choir, whose members are called the “Domspatzen” (Cathedral Sparrows), has been in existence for more than a thousand years. In 975 A.D., St. Wolfgang, the Bishop of Regensburg, founded a special cathedral school at which
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2016 marks the 500 years anniversary of the Bavarian purity law. The UNESCO World Heritage site Regensburg is home of three charity breweries.
Not only on balmy summer evenings do Regensburg’s cafés, pubs, bars, restaurants and beer gardens invite you to spend leisurely hours sampling either local specialities from the Upper Palatinate or a gourmet meal of international standard.
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