Day Trip & Tour from Munich to Regensburg

Enjoy a great day and discover Regensburg

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  • Rich medieval architecture
  • Peaceful maze of streets and alleys
  • St. Peters cathedral — the city’s spiritual center
  • 1806 Holy Roman Empire dissolved in Regensburg
  • UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2006

Guided Day Trip to Regensburg in English

Situated on the northernmost point of the river Danbu, Regensburg was originally known by the Celtic name Radasbona. The first settlement in Regensburg dates back to the Stone Age. Since 2006, the medieval center of the city has been a UNESCO World Heritage site, and in 2014, Regensburg was ranked among the top sites to visit in Germany. Come spend a day in this historic city and learn about its culture and architecture.

Our expert guide takes you on a 1.5-hour train ride to Regensburg and gives you a walking tour of the city. We provide you with a map, and you have the afternoon to explore the city by yourself before you meet your guide again and head back to Munich.

In the 12th and 13th centuries, Regensburg was famous for its flourishing economy, with trading connections as far as Paris, Venice, and Kiev. Among the sites to visit are the Town Hall, dating in part from the 14th century; the famous Dom (cathedral), an example of pure German Gothic architecture; and the famous Stone Bridge, a highlight of medieval bridge building, which has served as a model for bridge projects over the centuries. Enjoy lunch at the Historic Sausage Kitchen by the bridge — the oldest sausage kitchen in the world — dating back to the 12th century.