|Most expensive month:||November|
|Average price in Regensburg:||€85/night|
|Cheapest price found:||€21/night|
|Most expensive day:||Wednesday|
Wöhrdstr. 60, Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany
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Sitting in south-east Germany, Regensburg once served as the capital of Bavaria. It was founded by the Romans, once home to kings, dukes and bishops. Today, it’s best known for its beautifully preserved medieval core and its scenic position at the confluence of the Danube, Naab and Regen rivers. The city is enchanting, but it’s also an ideal base for exploring the wider Bavarian region.
Regensburg is anchored by a UNESCO listed old town, steeped in more than 2,000 years of history. Getting lost in the medieval alleys, magnificent churches and cobbled squares is all part of the fun.
With its elegant arches, the Stone Bridge has spanned across the Danube since the 12th century. Schloss Thurn und Taxis palace offers a glimpse at the lavish lives of 16th-century royalty, while the subterranean Document Neupfarrplatz is known for its Roman relics and secret Nazi bunker.
Regensburg Cathedral is one of Europe’s most recognisable Gothic landmarks, with twin spires that rise above the city. Attend a Sunday Service and you may be lucky enough to hear the Domspatzen, a world-famous boys choir that was formed more than 1,000 years ago.
Regensburg serves up some of Germany’s best brews, with a handful of breweries, pubs and traditional Bavarian beer halls to choose from. You can find some of the best picks around Haidplatz, the city’s main square.
Regensburg is compact and walkable, which means the best way to explore the city is on foot, giving you the freedom to wander across the Stone Bridge, peer into cathedrals and catch your breath at a pavement cafe. The city is also served by an excellent bus network, which runs between the main train station and the old town.
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