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Our City Guides will help you plan the ideal visit to cities around the world, no matter how long your intended stay. Whether you are traveling for business, a weekend visit, or full immersion in a culture, our digital travel guides to cities around the world have all you need to ensure you experience the perfect trip.
You can be sure we have spent extended time in each city we provide these guides. Our recommendations for hotels, restaurants and sightseeing destinations are indeed handpicked.
Each City Guide is designed to help you feel confident when you arrive with our information on how to get to and from airports, get around a city, speak the language, find off-the-beaten-path sights, navigate menus, and much more.
Wondering what to do in Regensburg? There is so much to do and see it’s hard to know where to start. Regensburg is very proud of its self-proclaimed status as “Germany’s best-preserved medieval city,” but it’s hard to argue with that statement once you visit. This city escaped most damage from bombing in World War II, so it boasts a 2,000-year-old architectural heritage with original buildings, not rebuilt or renovated ones. And the city works hard to maintain this history, with strict conservation and preservation laws that have been in place since the 1970s.Whether you are visiting for one day, two days, or more, or you are beginning or ending a Danube adventure in the city, the best way to to find what to do in Regensburg is right here. Our “What to do in Regensburg” digital city guide and links, map, as well as personal insider travel tips clue you in to key sites, including some less known. All this ensures your visit to Regensburg is indeed memorable. Hard not to be!