Regensburg Tourist Information
||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:
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
Frommer's Destinations: Regensburg
The guidebook publisher offers a handful of Regensburg pages from Frommer's
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:
Regensburg photo gallery
"Best of the Web"
Forbes and The Washington Post
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