Regensburg is a Bavarian city on the Danube River in Southeast Germany. It is known for its 11th to 13th century architecture, 12th century Stone Bridge, and the 13th century Regensburg Cathedral. According to our guide, it is the only medieval city not to have been damaged by WWII, so all the buildings are authentic and well-preserved.
After our guided tour, we walked to an authentic tavern where we had a plate of sausages, sauerkraut and bread prepared and served in a small room with communal tables, much as they would have been 800 years ago.
From there we walked back over the bridge and admired the river views as we walked back through the town to our bus.
This was our last stop in Germany. In the past week, we saw and learned a lot of the history of that beautiful country. Coming next: Austria