An incredible feat of engineering for its day, Regensburg’s 900-year-old Stone Bridge was at one time the only fortified crossing of the...
Brückturm-Museum is a small historical exhibit about the Steinerne Brücke (Stone Bridge).
Offers short cruises (50 minutes) on the Danube (available April to late October) and to the Walhalla monument.
This titchy eatery has been serving the city's traditional finger-size sausages, grilled over beech wood and dished up with sauerkraut...
St Katharinenplatz 1 · interesting places nearby
A veritable thicket of folding chairs and slatted tables by the Danube, this is one of the best places in town for some al fresco quaffing (mains €7 to €15). It claims to have brewed beer (today’s Spital) here since 1350, so it probably knows what it’s doing by now.