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- 98%Local Culture
- 98%History Buffs
- 98%Budget Travelers
- 74%Family Travelers
- 51%Outdoor Enthusiasts
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- RegensburgMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Feb 13, 2013
I love Regensburg. A beautiful city sitting on the Danube that's mostly untouched by the bombs during World War 2. There isn't a lot to do in Regensburg but it's a great day tripping city to city the stunning cathedral and to eat some Regensburger sausages along the riverbanks.
- RegensburgJul 25, 2012
19th of July 2012- I and my 2 friends from Munchen, Germany drove 2 hours to Regensburg upon the invitation of German couple Max and Heidi Weinzierl whom I met in Manila in April.
REGENSBURG- a medieval city in Bavaria, Germany along the Danube river is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It is ancient as far as its rich historical ascendancy from 90AD when it was established by Roman legions and until the 7th century when it became part of Charlegmane's empire. Christianization flourished until the 14th century when it converted to Protestantism. Nowadays, the city is well known to be the place where Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger teached from 1969 to 1977 at the University of Regensburg. That cardinal is now our Pope Benedict XVI.
- RegensburgMember ofLocal CultureLuxury TravelersJul 05, 2012
This is a very pretty Bavarian city on the Danube. The best thing is the Dom (Cathedral) a very interesting example of pure German Gothic and is considered the main work of Gothic architecture in Bavaria. What also was interesting was the height of the river which was totally over the banks and actually prevented us from continuing on the river boat - we had to be bussed to hotels.
- RegensburgFirst to ReviewJul 03, 2012
This is a city on the Danube, about 40 minutes north of Munich that has a wealth of history to offer: from the remnants of a Roman Castell through medieval times to today. Regensburg is special in the sense that it was not bombed after WWII and so the majority of the old buildings are originals, such as the Old City Hall with its original torture chamber going back many, many centuries. Other jewels are the Cathedral of St Peter and the famous bridge across the Danube, with its "Wurstkueche" which serves delicious grilled Bratwurst...