Disciples of astronomer and mathematician Johannes Kepler should visit the house he lived in whilst resident in Regensburg.
Claiming to be Europe's best golf museum (Scotland, home to the British Golf Museum, is strangely not counted as part of the...
Oskar Schindler Plaque
Oskar Schindler lived in Regensburg for years, and today one of his houses bears a plaque to his achievements, as commemorated in Steven...
Theater am Haidplatz
Has an open-air performances in summer.
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,...
Rathausplatz · interesting places nearby
Altes Rathaus information
From 1663 to 1806, the Reichstag (imperial assembly) held its gatherings at Regensburg's old town, an important role commemorated by an exhibit in today's Reichstagsmuseum. Tours take in the lavish assembly hall and the original torture chambers in the cellar.
Buy tickets at the tourist office in the same building. Note that access is by tour only. Audioguides are available for English speakers in January and February.