Regensburg, Germany Cruise Port
When cruising to Regensburg, Germany expect the unexpected from a 2,000 year old medieval town. This area is a lively and thriving city that happens to have the most bars in Germany! The town’s historic appreciation came in at a relatively late stage. It wasn’t until the 1960’s that they realized that the historic buildings had a significant meaning and should be treated as such. Today, when you cruise you Regensburg, Germany you will see hundreds of historic architecture such as the old stone bridges, churches and cathedrals. Inside the town area, you will find some exciting pubs, bars and shopping centers. Regensburg is one of the only areas that have a modern shopping center amongst old architecture. The area became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2006 and is often referred to as “Italy’s northernmost city”. Below, we have listed a few of our favorite things to do when cruising to Regensburg, Germany:
Visit the Cathedral of St. Peter’s, the wonderfully large cathedral with an exciting historical story.
Walk across the oldest stone bridge of its kind, offering lovely views of the nearby village and river.
Explore the museum that was built from an old Romanesque convent and now displays the history and culture of the area.
See an opera or just walk through the old Theater Regensburg, displaying beautifully lit balconies and artwork.