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Visit to Castle Neuschwanstein

One of Bavaria's most storied gems is Neuschwanstein castle, Mad King Ludwig's vision quest that the King never got to see finished.

A visit to Neuschwanstein is a must for anyone traveling to Munich.


Regensburg is home to 2000 years of living history. Some of Europe's most important architectural and cultural monuments, plus fascinating museums and art collections make this an attractive place to spend some time. Genuine. Situated on the banks of the Danube, Regensburg is the ideal base for boat trips along the river.

Regensburg, Germany

The medieval townscape of the The Stone Bridge former free imperial city is characterized by red roofs, churches, towers, turrets and townhouses from the 12th to 14th centuries. Built in stone, they were a symbol of the wealth of what was then the richest town in southern Germany.

Things to see in Regensburg:

- St Peter Cathedral - Old Chapel - St. James Scottish Church - New Parish Church - Old City Hall - Old Stone Bridge over the Danube - Thurn and Taxis Palace - St. Emmeram Palace with Royal Brewery

Contact Information: Regensburg Tourist Office
Rathausplatz 3 93047 Regensburg Tel: +49 (941) 507 4410 Fax: +49 (941) 507 4418 www.regensburg.de