From 1663 to 1806, the Reichstag (imperial assembly) held its gatherings at Regensburg's old town, an important role commemorated by an...
Claiming to be Europe's best golf museum (Scotland, home to the British Golf Museum, is strangely not counted as part of the...
Excavations in the mid-1990s revealed remains of Regensburg's once-thriving 16th-century Jewish quarter, along with Roman buildings,...
Whether for afternoon coffee, a champagne breakfast or red wine with mussels, this self-assured cafe with pin-striped decor has...
Colourful canvases mix with ancient beamed ceilings at this bustling place serving provincial French food, including delicious...
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Café Orphée information
Claiming to be the Frenchiest bistro east of the Rhine – and it is as if you've been teleported to 1920s Paris – this visually pleasing, always bustling eatery, is bedecked in faded red velvet, dark wood and art nouveau posters. Light-lunch fare populates a handwritten menu of appetising Gallic favourites with slight Bavarian touches for sturdiness.