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Regensburg Tourist Information

From: Regensburg, Germany

photo LEFT: Michael Kostka is an English- and French-speaking guide with Regensburg Tourist-Information who writes about local history.

Here's where to find more information about Regensburg before your trip and after you arrive:

Regensburg Tourist-Information
The city of Regensburg's Fremdenverkehrsverein has a great deal of English-language information on its Web site. You can get free brochures and maps at the Tourist-Information office in the Altes Rathaus (old city hall), which is on the Rathausplatz a few blocks west of the Cathedral.

Frommer's Destinations: Regensburg
The guidebook publisher offers a handful of Regensburg pages from Frommer's Germany.

If you're interested in city planning and renovation, see:

Street Life: Regensburg
This informative article is from Planum: The European Journal of Planning Online.

Finally, don't miss our other Regensburg articles, which include:

Also see: Regensburg photo gallery


In this article:
Regensburg, Germany Hotels, accommodations
History and background Restaurants, beer gardens
Churches, museums Transportation
Sightseeing, excursions Entertainment, events
Danube river and cruises Guidebooks, maps
  Tourist information links

More about Regensburg:
Regensburg photo gallery - 89 pictures with captions
Document Neupfarrplatz
Walhalla
German Christmas Markets: Regensburg
BMW Factory Tour
Hotel Münchner Hof


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