This German city on the Danube has a birth certificate. There is an inscription on the stone slab that the Roman fortress Castra Regina was created during the reign of Emperor Marcus Aurelius in 179 AD.
During the tour, you will see the stone gates built by the ancient Romans and preserved to this day, learn that Regensburg was the capital of Eastern Franconia, and then Bavaria and a free imperial and Bavarian city.
You will walk over the Stone Bridge over the Danube – the oldest in Europe, admire St. Peter's Cathedral, visit the Old Chapel and see the miraculous icon of the Mother of God. You will visit the square of the New Parish Church, go to the former Abbey of St. Emmeram, which currently houses the palace of the princely
family of Thurn und Taxis.