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We visited Regensburg on a recent trip, and loved the whole city. But, the Old Town was particularly interesting.
Don't hurry through, take your time and enjoy the beautiful architecture. The local food is delicious!
Regensburg is a a good blend between the quaintness of a small village and the shopping, restaurants and sights of a larger town. There is a large parking structure just on the corner before you get into the old town that you can use overnight...More
Regensburg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with scores of wonderful shops and restaurants populating the old part of town. The architecture here is the real star. One of the few German cities that survived WWII intact, it feels lived in and the soaring spires...More
This city escaped the destruction of WWII and offers visitors a beautiful picture postcard old city to walk through and enjoy the vitality of this wonderful town. You can spend an hour here or days and never forget the vibrancy of this special place. A...More
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For the city center, we parked at Dachauplatz Parking House, very easy to find, because you just get off the main highway (15) to your right, to the south and drive in the old town Eiserne Brücke. Use your navigation system... More
For the city center, we parked at Dachauplatz Parking House, very easy to find, because you just get off the main highway (15) to your right, to the south and drive in the old town Eiserne Brücke. Use your navigation system. There are though other options like underground parking at the theatre at Bismarckplatz.