Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Historic Town of Regensburg

The first was founded in 179 AD by the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius, Regensburg became the first capital of Bavaria and Imperial free city of the Holy Roman Empire.

Historic political and strategic interests of the city center has certainly left its mark - all the political developments, economic and religious of the Middle Ages is reflected here.

Visitors to Regensburg transported back in time when walking the narrow, winding path to take in the old quarter of St Peter's Cathedral, courtyard and private chapel of the medieval patrician houses, castles Prince Thurn and Taxis and Roman and Gothic buildings.

Other attractions include the medieval architecture expert Stone Bridge on the Danube, where the view of the towers of the city, the houses are colorful and almost Mediterranean arches - ". Northern Italian town" justify Regensburg reputation as