Bavaria
Ratisbon
Recommended
Ratisbon The Essential
Recommended
Situated at the gateway to eastern Bavaria, Regensburg, once known as Ratisbon, is an open-air museum. Spared destruction during the Second World War, its old centre dates back to the 12C and 13C, the golden age of this town which traded commodities from the East. A Gothic cathedral and patrician houses with towers at every street corner add to the authentic medieval atmosphere of this attractive town, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2006.

Must see

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St Peter's Cathedral, Regensburg
St Peter's Cathedral, Regensburg
The cathedral's construction lasted from
30 minutes
East German Gallery and Museum
East German Gallery and Museum
This comprehensive collection covers the
90 minutes
Haidplatz
Haidplatz
This square is surrounded by historical
15 minutes
Old Chapel, Regensburg
Old Chapel, Regensburg
This old basilica of Our Lady dating
15 minutes
Museum St. Ulrich
Museum St. Ulrich
St Ulrich's Church, an early Gothic
90 minutes
Old Town Hall, Regensburg
Old Town Hall, Regensburg
The eight-floor tower was built in 1250.
30 minutes