The seat of the Reichstag (parliament) from 1663 to 1803, Altes Rathaus is now home to Regensburg's three mayors, the tourist office...
Disciples of astronomer and mathematician Johannes Kepler should visit the house he lived in whilst resident in Regensburg.
Claiming to be the second most important golf museum in Europe (after the British Golf Museum in Scotland), this unexpected repository...
Theater am Haidplatz
Has an open-air performances in summer.
Claiming to be the Frenchiest bistro east of the Rhine, you do feel as though you've been teleported to 1920s Paris at this visually...
Rathausplatz · interesting places nearby
Altes Rathaus information
The seat of the Reichstag for almost 150 years, the Altes Rathaus is now home to Regensburg’s mayors and the Reichstagsmuseum . Tours take in not only the lavishly decorated Reichssaal (Imperial Hall), but also the original torture chambers in the basement. The interrogation room bristles with tools such as the rack, the Spanish donkey (a tall wooden wedge on which the victim was made to sit naked) and spiked chairs. Ask at the nearby tourist office about tickets and times of German-language tours.