Getaway to Regensburg in Germany

In Germany there are a lot of cities to discover and that are not as famous as Munich, Frankfurt or Berlin but that have many places of interest that makes them an ideal destination if you want to visit a beautiful place that is not what everyone visits . One of these cities is Regensburg , which is 125 kilometers from Munich and which is located on the banks of the Danube River , a spectacular place.

It is a typical medieval city that you fall in love with as soon as you step on it, especially if you like this style of cities, in fact, it is considered the best preserved medieval city in the whole country, and that is something that is clear to you when you start to stroll around and see all its old houses that are still there in perfect condition since the 13th century.

Regensburg is a place that many visit as it is one of the stops on many of the river cruises on the Danube , so it receives a large number of visitors each year. In this magical city you can find a stone bridge from the 12th century, churches, very old buildings, towers, walls, small palaces … all of which have been standing for centuries and to comply with a 1970 law that obliges the city to remain medieval and it is not invaded by the new constructions.
In Regensburg you can also find a lot of young people thanks to the fact that it has one of the most important universities in the country, so there are a lot of young people in the city. Among the most interesting places you should visit is the Cathedral of Saint Peter , the Chapel of All Saints or the Church of Saint Ulrich. The best thing to do when you arrive is to visit the tourist office since there you can arrange a guided tour of some areas.

The Steinerne Bridge is the one you must take to get to the historic center, which is called Aldstadt. At one end of the bridge is the Bridge Tower, which inside has exhibits on the Danube, plus you can climb to the top to enjoy the best views of the city. If you like cultural tourism, you also have several museums of all kinds, such as the Historical Museum, the Navigation Museum or the Golf Museum .