Regensburg’s long history from the Romans to the present day can be read from a simple stroll through its streets.
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
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.
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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.
If you feel like visiting “Germany’s medieval wonder” spontaneously, you just have to grab your phone out of your pocket. The new iPhone-Application of the Regensburg Tourist Office and the web design agency Buiss Ultimo offers an expedition through the medieval city quite simply by touching your display.