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Textual sources: museums and churches of the city of Regensburg, city archives, Peter Styra (Castle St. Emmeram, Thurn and Taxis)
05 A word of welcome
Popular Buildings
06 Steinerne Brcke
06 Porta Praetoria & Castra Regina
07 Salzstadel
07 Adam Weishaupt / Engelburger Gasse
08 Keplerhaus / Keplerstrae
08 Goliathhaus
08 Rathaus
09 Schloss St. Emmeram
10 Dom
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12 Dreieinigkeitskirche
12 Schottenkirche / Schottenportal
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17 Ostwestkunst Galerie Brigitte Knyrim
17 GRAZ Kunstverein
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18 Historisches Museum
18 Theater am Bismarckplatz
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18 Akademietheater
18 Kleinkunstbhne Statt-Theater
18 Donauschiffahrtsmuseum
19 Emergency Numbers
21 RVV Bus Route Map for Regensburg
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41 Hotel von Heyden
42 Hotel Vitalis
43 Hotel Roter Hahn
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49 Gravenreuther
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Welcome to
Regensburg
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Welcome to our beautiful city!
I am delighted that you have decided to make a stop in Italys
Northernmost City and delve into 2,000 years of history. Allow
yourself to be enchanted by the old and the new and enjoy our
hospitality. As a World Heritage site, Regensburg ofers not only
history and museums, but vibrant and living culture in equal measure.
This Tourist Guide will help you to fnd your way around Regensburg,
on your personal tours of discovery! With its practical size and well-arranged layout,
it directs you to the most important sights and architectural monuments, as well as
wonderful squares and streets which transport you right into medieval Italy, especially
during the warm summer months.
I wish you a wonderful time, unforgettable moments, and a pleasurable stay in
Regensburg!
Cordially yours,
Joachim Wolbergs
The Lord Mayor, City of Regensburg since may frst, 2014
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Steinerne Brcke
The Stone Bridge, was constructed from 1135 to 1146 in Romanesque
style. The bridge was originally built with 16 supporting arches giving it
a total length of 330 metres. In 1487, the 16th arch was flled in with the
construction of the Salzstadel at the Wiedfang channel on the city side
of the bridge. The arches have a width ranging from 10 to 17 metres and
the up-river points of their supporting columns are equipped with ice-
breakers. Originally reinforced with stone in the river bed, the columns are
now supported by cement to create the legendary Regensburg Danube
whirlpools.
In the 13th century, the bridge was equipped with 3 fortifed towers. The
black tower which was located on the Stadtamhof side, was eliminated
in 1810 together with its moats, small defence towers and a drawbridge
because of war damage. The middle tower was removed back in 1784 after
ice impact made it unstable. The only remaining tower today is the bridge
tower or debtors prison on the city or southern side. This tower is decora-
ted with two clocks and paintings depicting battles from the 30-year war.
Porta Praetoria & Castra Regina
Castra Regina was established under the Emperor Marc Aurel in 179 AD as
a military camp for 6000 men with its strategic location being the northern-
most point on the Danube. This fort was approximately 450 x 550 meters
large with a V-shaped surrounding ditch measuring 6 metres wide and 3
metres deep. The 70-90 cm wall base (on which the fort wall measuring
1.8 metres thick and 9 metres high stood with its 30 towers and 4 entrance
gates) can still be seen today at certain places including the porta praetoria,
the Dachauplatz multi-storey car park, Am Knigshof, and Ernst-Reuter- Platz.
The north gate of the fort, once called Porta Aquarum (water gate), was
renamed after the completion of the street Via Praetoria, from where it got
its present name, Porta Praetoria. The area was unearthed in 1890 after it
was included in the construction of the Bischfiches Brauhaus (bishops
brewery) in the late Middle Ages. The prevailing view is that it used to be a
double gate with two arches and an east and west tower. The towers each
had 2 foors with 5 round-arched windows to defend against attacks. Ano-
ther windowed storey was also located above their 4-metre wide doors.
The archway still in existence is made from 13 tapered limestones which ft
against each other to exact precision.
Along with the larger Porta Nigra in Trier (180 AD), the Porta Praetoria is the
oldest above-ground structure north of the Alps.
LEGEND
Legend has it that the cathedral builder and the bridge builder had a bet with
each other as to who would fnish their project frst. As the construction of the
cathedral began to progress much faster, the bridge builder decided to make a
pact with the devil and won. However, the bridge builder had to promise the devil
the frst 3 souls that would cross the bridge and thus could not savour his victory.
However, a hooded monk wisely advised him to send 3 animals across frst and
2 roosters and a dog were the frst to cross the bridge. The devil was so furious
that he made a huge hole in the stone railing which could be seen as proof for
many years.
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Engelburgergasse No. 8:
Adam Weishaupts hideout
The founder of the Illuminati, Adam Weishaupt, lived in
the Engelburggasse in Regensburg from 1785 to 1787.
This is suggested on an 18th century engraving, where
the house with the number 8 is visible in the background.
On May 1st 1776, the order of the Federation of the Per-
fectibilists was founded by Weishaupt in Ingolstadt. This
order would later be renamed the Order of the Illumina-
ti (from the Latin meaning the enlightened). Despite
what many flms and books claim, the goal of the order
had nothing to do with sinister and evil powers. On the
contrary - a light of reason which was long oppressed
by church dogmas was to be exposed in order to create
a new world order. The aim was a complete reform of the
government, religion, and education. Virtue, wisdom, and
science should prevail over persecution and despotism.
High-ranking noblemen and celebrities of the time, such
as Goethe, became members of the Illuminati.
In 1785, the Bavarian sovereign Karl Theodor banned the
Illuminati in the whole of Bavaria. Adam Weishaupt fed
to what was then the free city of Regensburg on 16th Fe-
bruary 1785 dressed as a craftsman. On July 20th 1785,
the priest and fellow Illuminati member Johann Jakob
Lanz visited him. As both were walking near the city gate,
they encountered a heavy storm. As if God was outraged
by his bold afliation with the Illumati, Lanz was struck by
lightning and he was killed immediately. A list of members
of the Illuminati was found in his clothing. The free city of
Regensburg was then pressured to extradite Weishaupt.
Bavaria even commissioned spies to arrest Weishaupt the
second he set foot on Bavarian soil (for example Bavarian
Stadtamhof ). Weishaupt fed from Regensburg to Gothas
ducal court in 1787. However, the Illuminati continued to
be slandered and persecuted while Weishaupt attempted
to clear his name and rehabilitate the order. He never suc-
ceeded in doing this and later died in 1830.
Salt routes are the oldest trading routes in Europe,
twisting from Italy up over the Alps to the north
and east. Salt was often so valuable that many sol-
diers had their wages paid out in salt rather than
money. During the 13th century, however, salt
originated from the salt mines of Reichenhall from
where it travelled through Passau and then up the
Danube to Regensburg. From there, it would be
Salzstadel
further distributed at the most important transfer station of that day
and age. The buying and selling of this white gold was run by the salt
lords and was only taken over by the state in the 16th century. Horse-
drawn carts, with often as many as 40 horses per cart, would bring
the salt to the depot (Salzstadel) up until 1616. The salt would be sto-
red in 3 main foors and 5 additional attic foors that were equipped
with a complex rope-pull system to manage the fourishing trade.
As the original wood construction of the depot could not bear the
weight of the salt, the wood beams were later replaced by stone sup-
ports. The depot was completely restored in 1991.
As Regensburg qualifed as a free city, it had the right to collect tolls
from ships. The ships would travel through a channel (the Wiedfang
channel which has since been flled in) and would be charged a toll.
The province of Bavaria wanted to avoid paying this toll so built ano-
ther salt depot in Stadtamhof in 1600. Many ships were then forced
back underneath the north side of the stone bridge to Salzstadel in
order to pay the toll. In 1606 the city of Regensburg hired Hanns Hey-
gl, also a captain, to take control of the situation. He stood watch on
the bridge with his mighty axe, where he would hack the ropes of
the ships as they were docked and would send them back into the
dangerous currents making them unable to unload their cargo.
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Keplerhaus
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Goliathhaus
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The Goliath House (Goliathhaus), built
in 1260, is considered one of the most
well-known landmarks of Regensburg with its painting of David and Goliath
from the year 1573. Along with Haus Heuport, this is the largest city castle
in the inner city and is located on the southern base of the old Roman fort.
It is likely that the name is not derived from the biblical epic, but rather from
the name Goliards. Theology students were called Goliards after their guar-
dian angel Golias. It is believed that the present Goliath house was built on
the location of the quarters in which the travellers often stayed. The house
was subsequently the headquarters of the Tundorfer patrician family, later
being taken over by the Dollingers, Mallers and the Tucher patricians from
Nuremberg.
Johannes Kepler is renowned for
his established laws on physics
and planetary movement theories.
Born on Dec 27th 1571, he lived
in two diferent houses in Regens-
burg. He died in the Keplerhaus in
1630.
Kepler taught in Linz and had to leave Regensburg fre-
quently to support his mother who was accused of witch-
craft in Leonberg and Gglingen, or to spend time in Ulm
where he printed the Rudolphic tables. Kepler travelled to
many cities with the title the emperors mathematician,
and moved to Sagan in 1628 to serve for General Wallen-
stein. However, he left part of his belongings behind in
Regensburg which indicated that he did intend to return
one day. Amongst these belongings was a handwritten
list of his possessions. This list is currently on display in
the Keplerhaus. Having returned and while travelling on
to Linz, Kepler became extremely ill in Regensburg and
died very suddenly. He is buried in an unknown location
in Regensburgs inner city.
Opening hours: Sat, Sun, and holidays 10.30-16.00,
Easter Monday, Whit Monday 10.30-16.00,
guided tours: Sat, Sun, public holidays 14.30
Rathaus, Reichstag & Folterkammer
Regensburg City Hall was built over
multiple centuries. The tower which
was built in 1260 is especially no-
teworthy. This 55-metre high tower
forms part of Regensburgs postcard
silhouette. Even more well-renowned
tives in order to make legal, admini-
strative, and military decisions.
The location of the Reichstag conti-
nued to change from city to city up
until 1663, when it became the per-
petual parliament based in Regens-
burg. Because representatives were
not physically present, a congress of
ministers would continually meet to
represent the rulers, princes, elec-
tors, and imperial cities. But the City
Hall was not just a place for conven-
tions and intellectual discussions;
powerful forms of persuasion were
practiced in the cellar to expose the
truth.
is the Reichssaal (Parliament Hall).
Not only important as a work of art,
the Reichsaal was also the location
of the frst German Parliament. This
parliament was not democratically
elected. The emperor was required to
meet with a collection of representa-
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Schloss St. Emmeram, Thurn & Taxis
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Fotos: Clemens Mayer 9
The torture chamber in Regensburg is one-
of-a-kind in Germany and should be on
every visitors list. Everything has been left
in its original condition; from the chamber
layout to each device and contraption. Pain
interrogation had been implemented since
the beginning of the 14th century to force
confessions, as a confession was imperative
for an ofcial conviction. An extraordinary
tour through the basement of the city hall
will show the prison cells and torture instru-
ments. This trip back through time is an ab-
solute must!
Entrance with guided tours only: every half
hour from 9.30-12.00 and from 13.30-16.00
English guided tour: April-Oct daily 15.00;
November-January daily 14.00
Schloss St. Emmeram, Thurn & Taxis
The former abbey and Benedictine monastery at St. Em-
meram has been owned by the Thurn & Taxis royal family
since 1812. The royal family moved to Regensburg in 1748
to represent the emperor at the perpetual Reichstag. Af-
ter the old empire was dissolved, Prince Karl Alexander
received the monastery as partial compensation for sur-
rendering his rights to the Bavarian postal system to the
state. During the 19th century, this complex comprising
several hundred rooms was reconstructed to create one
of the largest private residences in Europe. The museum
area of the residence, cloister, royal stables and treasure
chamber provide a comprehensive insight to 1000 years
of monastery tradition, as well as the lifestyle of one of the
most important aristocratic families in Europe. Experience
the cloisters with its medieval fair, or enjoy the splendour
of the rococo manor house and European craftsmanship
in the treasure chambers. The royal stables, which were
originally constructed in 1827, are now home to the car-
riage museum. With over 70 vehicles and carriages, it is
the last remaining collection of aristocratic carriages in
the world.
Viewing only with guided tour.
English guided tour: June-September daily 13.30
Info: www.thurnundtaxis.de or Tel.: (+49) 941/ 5048 133

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The frst church stood on the grounds of the pre-
sent St. Peters Cathedral as far back as 700 AD. A
cathedral which was subsequently built there bur-
ned down several times before the construction of
the cathedral we can see today began in the year
1273. This new cathedral, however, was not com-
pleted until the year 1870/72, 600 years later! The
famous 105-metre tall spires were only fnished in
the last 10 years of the construction.
Inside the cathedral you can see the famous four
part Annunciation Group with the Erminold Ma-
ria. It refers back to the alleged Erminold crafts-
man, who carved out and colourfully painted a
fgure of Mary and the famous laughing Angel
Gabriel in about 1280. On the two western pillars,
the fgures are juxtaposed to one another at the
nave crossing. Marys hand is raised slightly to
greet the angel and in her other hand she is hol-
ding a book. St. Peter and Paul are portrayed in
stone on the eastern pillars of the crossing, which
were constructed in 1320 and 1360-1370 respec-
tively. And since 2009, the cathedral now houses
the largest free-hanging organ in the world with
80 registers.
OPENING HOURS: April-October 6.30-18.00;
November-March 6.30-17.00
CATHEDRAL TREASURES
The cathedrals treasure has both fourished and
dwindled since the 10th century; many objects
were added to the collection and many sold to
fnance the cathedrals construction. A special
guided tour will reveal its many valuable relics
and liturgical artefacts.
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The Church of the Holy Trinity, located on the Gesandtenstrasse, was built
in the midst of the Thirty Years War. This was one of the frst evangelical
churches in Bavaria. Construction began on July 4th 1627, and was com-
pleted only four-and-a-half years later on December 5th 1631. The original
benches dating back to 1630-31 are still used today. The intricate wood
carvings on the back of the choir chairs are a highlight especially worth
seeing. The poor box, which dates back to 1632, originally stood in the
middle isle but is now located in a showcase near the pulpit rise.
The original design of the church was supposed to come from the archi-
tect Matthias Stang from Pfalz-Neuburg, but because it arrived too late,
Johann Carl from Nuremberg, an armourer, fortress architect and engineer,
was commissioned. This design has regional and Dutch infuences, with
the fat look of the longhouse which resembles the Lusthaus in Stuttgart
designed by Georg Beers. The structure also conforms to other building
styles in Regensburg with a tower homogenous to the Jakobskirche and
Neupfarrkirche. Particularly interesting is the columnless design of long-
house; the gallery is actually the only thing supported in the building by
columns.
Paintings in the church, such as the full body portrait of Luther and Me-
lanchton, originate from the 17th century. Other attractions include the
small cemetery, running as a narrow strip alongside the church, which
includes a row of baroque-styled grave monuments, as well as the last re-
sting place of former foreign parliament members. But above all, do not
forget to climb up the tower where you can enjoy breath-taking views of
the old city!
Irish Benedictine monks (Scotti in the vernacular language
referred to the Gaels of Ireland and Scotland) founded the
St. Jakob Abbey in around 1090. Construction of the ab-
bey and portal were fnished in 1200. It is considered one
of the most meaningful works of occidental art. Experts
believe that all of the fgures portrayed were once painted
and some even gold or silver-plated with the holes being
once flled with gems. The exact interpretation or meaning
of the portal is still in debate. One widely accepted theory
by Franz Dietheuer, states: the arch above the door sepa-
rates the heavens from the last judgement below where
Satan, evil beings, infdel Jews, heathens, and bad Christi-
ans are all to face trial. Christ stands in the middle with 6
apostles on each side to create an even balance. Flanked
on the outside are two saints: Emperor Charlemagne and
Archbishop Patrick. The other fgures and numerous arches
have received many interpretations ranging from the pla-
netary motions, wind, signs of earth, the antichrist Saladin,
and further interpretation is still required today. Most the-
ories have religious connotations dealing with Judgement
Day and the resurrection. The monastery was then run by
Scottish abbots in 1520. Despite it being well managed, it
declined during the trials and tribulations of secularization.
The administration was passed on to bishops in 1866, and
the building has since been used as a priest seminary.
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This square is named after the Reich Chancellor Otto von Bismarck,
an honorary citizen of Regensburg. It has been a trafc intersec-
tion dating as far back as the Castra Regina times, where it was loca-
ted in front of the forts Roman wall. In medieval times, the square
was home to an arsenal, granary, corn warehouse, and stables.
The presidential headquarters (now the police headquarters) are lo-
cated at the north end of the square. This classical building was built
by the then prince and Archbishop of Regensburg, Carl von Dalberg in
1805 for the French envoy and perpetual parliament. This building was
the frst to introduce classicism to the city, which had previously a purely
medieval image. The six massive limestone columns with Corinthian ca-
pitals are especially striking. Its counterpart across the square is the city
theatre built for public use in 1804. The theatre was previously only ac-
cessible to nobles and the elite. In 1980/81, the square was renovated to
accommodate an underground garage. This construction project added
the 2 water fountains, a new cobbled surface, and the southern terrace.
Over the south-west corner of the square is the Benedictine Abbey of St.
Jakob. Across the square in the north-eastern corner is the Erbprinzen-
palais (Palace to the Heir to the Throne), which Otto Kraft v. Prfening
built as a hostel for the cloister in 1701. Since 1815, this has been owned
by the Thurn & Taxis family. Nestled in the south-eastern corner near the
police headquarters, is the Schneckbachhaus. Here, the frst evangelical
service in Regensburg was held in 1541. The building received its cur-
rent Baroque-styled make-over in 1742. It also served as legation for
the Duke of Wrttemberg. Today, Bismarckplatz is one of Regensburgs
most beautiful and communicative squares!
Haidplatz derives its name from a
wasteland that is sparsely overgrown,
known as a Haide. The Haid as it was
often referred to as, was originally
much larger and open. During the
middle ages, the square shrunk in size
due to surrounding construction, but
it still ofered ample room for vario-
us events. Documents from the 12th
century state that the Haid had been
host for large Knight Tournaments,
and one chronicle reported over 300
knights for a particular tournament
in 1393. The area also attracted many
jugglers, inventors, and exhibitionists
to perform. In 1673 there was a legen-
dary performance by the Frenchman
Charles Bernovin, who fell to his death
as he attempted to tight-rope across
the square strapped with freworks to
his body. This square is enclosed by
several historical buildings, such as
the Neue Waag or New Scale (Haid-
platz 1); a patrician house that was
changed in 1441 to the Stadtwaage
or City Scales. The Arch (Haidplatz
3 & 4) is a veritable Gothic construc-
tion, whose massive front defnes the
square with its overwhelming appea-
rance. The former inn, Zum Goldenen
Kreuz (to the Golden Cross) has a
castle- like look and once served as
quarters for high-ranking diplomats,
princes, kings, and emperors. The
elegant facade of Haidplatz 8 is the
Thon-Dittmer-Palais. This complex
holds the Department of Culture, the
city library, the adult educational cen-
tre, and a theater. The 4 wings of the
building enclose an intimate courty-
ard, which is used today for open-air
events. In the basement of the south
wing is an area for various art exhibi-
tions as well as the 14th century Sigis-
mund Chapel.
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The Romans had used this area to house their ofcers, pre-
fects, crew quarters, and baths. In 400 AD, the Germanic
tribe called the Bavarii, left the Castra Regina, and declared
Regensburg the capital of Bavaria with the Corn market as
their residence. The residence was expanded in 850 for the
Carolingian palace in addition to the Palatinate Chapel (later
called the Old Chapel), which were added at this time. The
emperor, bishops, and representatives also held their mee-
tings for the Reich (empire) here. The Herzogshof (Dukes
Court) is now a hotel worth seeing! It is still maintained by
the Wittelsbachern, who resided in the building until 1245.
The Herzoghof is connected with an arched buttress to the
Rmerturm or Roman tower, formerly known as the Heiden-
turm or Pagan-Tower. The tower is 28 meters high with 4-me-
ter thick walls. It served as a place of refuge from attacks, as
well as an archive and treasure chamber. For a long period of
time the Corn Market was used not only for impressive milita-
ry parades and tournaments, but also bloodthirsty justice of
the middle ages. Up until 1830, it served as the grain market
for Regensburg, which was later moved to Haidplatz.
Neighboring the Corn Market is the Niedermnsterstift
(Niedermnstergasse), a convent housing the resting place
of Saint Erhard (700AD). The convent was rather liberal as it
allowed women to withdraw from sisterhood and even wed
after retirement. The convent had connections to the house
of the Bavarian Duke and enjoyed many imperial freedoms,
which remained in place until secularization. The Nieder-
mnster Church is actually the 4th church to stand here
today. All four churches have had the exact same measure-
ments, beginning at the head of Saint Erhards tomb. Also lo-
cated on the square is the Karmelitenkloster St. Josef (Carme-
lite Cloister), whose foundation was laid in 1641 by Emperor
Ferdinand III and completed in 1672. The Echter Regensbur-
ger Karmelitengeist (medicinal water) was created by Father
Ulrich Eberskirch in 1721 and is very well known. Noteworthy
here is the western faade in baroque style.
Dreifaltigkeitsberg-skyline view
The city district of Steinweg-Pfafenstein is home to Dreifal-
tigkeitsberg (Holy Trinity Mountain), also known as Osterberg
(Easter Mountain). Dreifaltigkeitsweg, a path from Steinweg,
leads up the mountain to the Church of the Saints of Trinity
(Dreifaltigkeitskirche). Deciduous trees line the Kreuzweg with
14 beautiful shrines illustrating the Passion of Christ - bas-reliefs
done on gold backgrounds. The cross pillars have the names of
their benefactors and originate from 1845. From atop the hill,
there is a gorgeous view of the city with St. Peters Cathedral and
all of its surroundings. A cemetery borders the Church of Holy
Trinity here on the hilltop. When the last outbreak of the Pla-
gue reached Regensburg in 1713, the residents of Steinweg and
Stadtamhof built a church here in an efort to avert this Godly
punishment.
The foundation was laid in the midst of the Plagues rage and
was fnished in 1715. Highlights of the church include the retral
ceiling paintings, the tombstone of Michael Schlecht, the Pla-
gue memorial, the baptismal font, the gothic stone relief of the
cross, confession boxes (1732-35), and the Pieta from 1717. The
altar pictures were painted by the renowned Johann Gebhardt
from Prfening in the early 18th century. The ceiling fresco was
painted more recently by Karl Manninger in 1961.
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Regensburg had one of the oldest Jewish communities in Germany, with a Tal-
mud university as well as a cemetery located on the outskirts of the city. The
community, including students, had a population between 400-600 people and
created a city within a city. This micro-city was located at the present day Neu-
pfarrplatz and included some surrounding buildings: approximately 30 houses
were connected with bridges and underground passageways. It was a walled-in
enclosure with many doorways that separated it from the Christian commun-
tiy surrounding it. The ghetto was destroyed in 1519, triggered perhaps by
Regensburgs economic depression, jealousy and Anti-Semitism. After the death
of Emperor Maximillian I, who had guaranteed protection for the Jews, the Chri-
stian community quickly displayed their long withheld hatred. Council members
confronted the Jewish community and gave them 4 days to leave the city. They
were allowed to take all their personal belongings, except the Christian objects
that the Jews held as collateral from business trades. To their own dismay, the
Jews chose to destroy their holy objects that they could not take with them rat-
her than hand them over to the Christians. During the winter months, the Jews
were then driven out of the city. Two ships were provided in the Danube for the
Jews to leave, while many settled across the river in Stadtamhof, or went on to
Sallern. Demolition of the ghetto was quick and even described as Gods work.
Marias chapel of worship was erected shortly thereafter, and the people cele-
brated with a pilgrimage. The square was a parking area until 1995, when it was
redesigned and excavation unearthed parts of the synagogue und many mugs
with golden coins.
In the middle ages, with about 2000 inhabitants, Stadt-
amhof was a small Bavarian neighborhood in the middle
of the independent city Regensburg and thus often a hot
bed of confict. Earliest evidence shows that this area was
frst settled in 981 as an estate belonging to the Emmeram
Cloister. It reached city status in 1496, and in 1924 beca-
me incorporated with the city of Regensburg. It sunk deep
into poverty after the war, before fourishing to its present
day charm.
The clock still ticks a bit diferent in Stadtamhof, even to-
day. Residents enjoy the ofset location on the banks of the
Danube where they are a stones throw to the city, yet still
set apart. Small shops and stores are still run by the same
families generations old. You stumble upon many pic-
turesque nooks and idyllic courtyards. Its historical status
also ofers many sights worth seeing such as the Rococo
church and the former Monastery Church St. Mang. The
2-story former salt depot, Andreasstadel (Andreas Depot) is
also quite interesting. Today it is a hotel, cafe, art academy,
movie theatre and houses private apartments. The depot,
dating back to the 16th century, originally competed with
the larger salt trade across the river and is the oldest secular
building still standing in Stadtamhof today.
Across the Europa Canal is the citys main gate and a re-
stored locomotive from the Valhalla train, which up until
1960 brought passengers to Wrth an der Donau. Also in
existence today is the Katharine Hospital and Spitalkirche
(Hospital Church), along with their ever beloved and spa-
cious beer garden.
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Art forum Ostdeutsche Galerie
houses an impressive collection of
works from the former German-
infuenced cultures of Eastern
Europe from the Romanticism all
the way to the present.
Lovis Corinth, Kthe Kollwitz, Max
Pechstein or Magdalena Jetelov
are just some of the many important
artists presented as part of the
museums permanent exhibition.
Temporary special exhibitions
feature both well-known persons
of art history and the contemporary
art scene. One of the highlights in
2014 will be the exhibition entitled
Oskar Kokoschka and the Prague
Cultural Scene scheduled for the
period September 27, 2014 until
January 11, 2015.
Oskar Kokoschka, Prague. View from Vltava on the Kleinsite and the Hradschin III
1936, Oil on canvas, Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie Regensburg
Fondation Oskar Kokoschka/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2014
ARTGALERIES
KUNSTFORUM OST-
DEUTSCHE GALERIE
Art forum Ostdeutsche
Galerie is an art muse-
um exhibiting works
from the 19th Century
to the present. It is de-
dicated notably to the
work of renowned artists who lived and/or worked in the
German-infuenced cultures of Eastern Europe.
Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie
Dr.-Johann-Maier-Str. 5
93049 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 297140,
Opening times: Tue-Sun:10.00-17.00, Thu: till 20.00
closed: 1.1., Good Friday, 1.5., 1.11., 24./25./31.12
open: Easter Monday, Whit Monday
STDTISCHE GALERIE IM LEEREN BEUTEL
Once used as a granary Empty Bag is now a listed buil-
ding dating back to the 16th-17th Century. Since 1980
the Empty Bag has been a city gallery, exhibiting artists
from the East Bavarian area. In addition, the empty bag
is a venue for cultural events.
Stdtische Galerie im Leeren Beutel, Bertoldstrae 9
93047 Regensburg, Tel.: 0941/5 07 24 40
Opening times: Tue-Sun: 10.00-16.00
Easter Monday/Whit Monday 10.00-16.00
closed: 01.01, Shrove Tuesday, Good Friday, 01.05, 01.11,
24/25/31.12
KNSTLERHAUS & KINOS IM ANDREASSTADL
During the 17th Century the Andreasstadl was a salt
warehouse and salt trading centre. Today it is a support
and guest studio for young artists (in collaboration with
the International Organisation Res Artis), and ofers
various cultural initiatives as well as serving as a cultural
meeting place, with salon academy, cinemas, theatre
and restaurant.
Akademiesalon Regensburg
Andreasstrae 28, 93059 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 46524897, www.adademiesalon.de
www.kinos-im-andreasstadel.de
culture
Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie
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OSTWESTKUNST GALERIE BRIGITTE KNYRIM
Ostwestkunst Gallery looks back at several years of
presenting sophisticated ceramic art crafted notably by
artists from Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, and Southern
Germany. Select pieces are even available for sale.
Ostwestkunst Galerie Brigitte Knyrim
Hinter der Pfannenschmiede 3
93047 Regensburg
Tel: 0941/ 55427
Fax: 0941/ 5997327
www.galerie-knyrim.eu
GRAZ KUNSTVEREIN
Kunstverein Graz the Assocation For, About and
Because of Art ofers you exhibitions, concerts, lectures,
movie nights and symposiums. A heady mix of a cultural
program!
Graz Kunstverein
Schfnerstrae 21 (Hinterhof )
93047 Regensburg
Tel: 09404/ 2134
Fax: 09404/ 961596
www.kunstvereingraz.de
KUNST-UND GEWERBEVEREIN REGENSBURG
Are you a fan of contemporary or modern art? Then
Regensburgs arts and crafts association, the Kunst-und
Gewerbeverein, is the right address for you: it shows a
variety of exhibitions from all areas of art and design!
Kunst-und Gewerbeverein Regensburg e.V.
Ludwigstrae 6
93047 Regensburg
Tel: 0941 / 58 16 0
Fax: 0941 / 50 47 905
www.kunst-und-gewerbeverein.de
Opening times
TueSun: 12:00 -18:00, Thu: 12:00-18:00
Galery Art Afair
The Gallery Art Afair opened its
doors in 2005 on 170 sqm of ex-
hibition space inside the private
gothic chapel of the Altmann re-
sidence. Shown are both regional
artists with German roots and in-
ternational artists. The sector De-
sign is also well-represented in the
gallerys collection of outstanding
personalities like Zaha Hadid and
Ron Arad.
Art Afair
Neue-Waag-Gasse 2
93047 Regensburg
Opening hours:
Tue-Fri: 11.00-13.00
and 14.00-19.00
Sat: 11.00-18.00
and on enquiry
Tel: 0941/ 5999591
www.art-afair.net
email: info@art-afair.net
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Theater
THEATER AM BISMARCKPLATZ
At the Regensburg city opera, whether it is opera, ope-
retta, musicals or ballet, the experience is culture pure.
The 200 year old Dreiangtheater has a seating capacity
of up to 519. You can view the current programme at:
http://www.theater-regensburg.de/spielplan/monats-
spielplan.html
Theater am Bismarckplatz, Bismarckplatz 7
93047 Regensburg, Tel.: 09 41/ 507 24 24
Opening times: Mon-Fri 10.00-18.00,
Sat 10.00-14.00
TURMTHEATER
The live stage in Turmtheater (Tower Theater) on the
sixth foor of venerable Goliath House is THE platform
for comedies, grotesqueries, cabarets, improvisational
theater, and performances and also for panel
discussions and lectures.
Turmtheater Regensburg
Am Watmarkt 5
93047 Regensburg
Tel: 0941/ 562233
www.regensburgerturmtheater.de
AKADEMIETHEATER
Regensburgs Akademie fr Darstellende Kunst
(Academy of the Performing Arts) promotes art and
culture. Come and experience the citys young talent in
numerous modern or traditional pieces live on stage!
Akademietheater
Kumpfmhler Strae 14
93047 Regensburg
Tel: 0941/ 586544-2
Fax: 0941/ 78039578
www.adk-regensburg.de
STATT-THEATER
The cabaret theatre workshop is well known for ofering
a varied cabaret program. If you are looking for an
entertaining evening flled with side splitting laughter,
then this is the right place to be.
Kleinkunstbhne STATT-THEATER GbdR
Winklergasse 16, 93047 Regensburg
Tel: 0941/53302, www.statt-theater.de
Museum
HISTORISCHES MUSEUM
The historical museum in a former Minorite monastery,
provides visitors with explanations of art works and
cultural history from the Stone Age through to the 19th
Century.
Historisches Museum
Dachauplatz 2-4, 93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941/507-2448
Opening times: Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun and Bank holi-
days: 10.00-16.00, Thurs: 10.00-20.00

DONAU-SCHIFFAHRTS-MUSEUM
Two historical Danube riverboats refurbished with
painstaking work invite visitors to come on board and
have a look various original rooms. Visitors are also
introduced to the history of river navigation up and
down the German-speaking section of the Danube.
Donau-Schifahrts-Museum
Thundorfer Strae
93047 Regensburg
Liegeplatz: Marc-Aurel-Ufer
Tel.:0941/ 5075888
Opening times:
April - October:
Tue - Sun: 10:00 -17:00
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&
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Centre in the medieval salt store (Salzstadel)
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and media installation (no entrance-fee)
Every day comprehensive advice
Guided city tours in various languages
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* more than 140 stores
* free parking
* accessible by 18 bus lines
* wide range of services
* open until 8 pm
* air-conditioned
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D-93059 Regensburg, Weichser Weg 5 Tel. 0941-4608-0 donaueinkaufszentrum.de
free parking
Donau-Einkaufszentrum
shopping with a smile:
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SHOPPING
Landspezialitten
e. kruschwitz
Weichser Weg 5
93059 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941/400518
www.e-kruschwitz.de
Location / View
Landspezialitten e. kruschwitz is the regions culinary showcase located
right in the center of the Donau-Einkaufszentrum mall. This shopping para-
dise is the largest of its kind in all of Eastern Bavaria, accommodating more
than 140 specialty shops and stores under a single roof. And for 47 years,
the delicatessen Feinkostgeschft e. kruschwitz has been ofering its cu-
stomers the cream of the crop of the regions delicacies.
Our Specialties
Deli salads, roasts, breaded turkey escalopes, meatballs, Leberkse (baked
sausage meat)... Landspezialitten e. kruschwitz brings you all the delicacies
typical of the region. Traditional, sweet, hearty and tasty! Needless to say
that all our specialties are freshly prepared several times each day with
love and attention to detail, with lots of know-how, and based on grandmas
recipes true to our motto that even the best is barely good enough for
our customers! Additionally, this family-owned business also specialized
in picking the very best products from the oferings of numerous artisan
butchers shops, always with a view to varying and improving the range of
products on ofer. To put even more variety in your bread basket, four arti-
san bakeries supply a daily fresh and extensive assortment of farmhouse rye
breads, multi-grain breads, and whole-grain breads as well as a huge range
of rolls and croissants. Not even gluten-free bread and rolls are missing from
the huge range of bakery goods. Last but not least: a mouth-watering pa-
rade of salamis, smoked sausages, boiled and raw hams, and
cheeses beckoning the customers from behind the glass dis-
play. And for special occasions or as souvenirs, there are gift
baskets and culinary presents which are customized individu-
ally for every customer. A very special treat everyone should
succumb to every now and then...
Opening Hours:
Mon-Sat: 8.30-20.00
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SHOPPING
Speciality foods in Regensburg
For four generations the name Rehorik has stood for superior quality and
its range of products, the majority of which are sourced directly from the
producers. The entire production process is characterized by a responsible
use of natural resources and fair working conditions as well as the highest
quality standards at every stage, from cultivation to processing.
The specialty foods department ofers a wide range of traditionally roasted
cofees, confectionary, delicatessen and teas. The wines and spirits range
includes over 500 diferent products from Europe and around the world.
Regional produce from Regensburg and its countryside round of the va-
riety of goods.
If you are looking to shop for culinary gifts, turn to Rehorik, whose dedica-
ted team will spare no efort to make your present special. Visit the store
to be inspired by our customized gifts and souvernirs for friends, familiy
and for those special occasions such as birthdays and Christmas. A large
number of gift items, including high-quality accessories for wine and cof-
fee, complement the range.
Regensburg based Cofee Roastery
At the in-house cofee roastery in the heart of Regensburgs historic city,
eighty years of artisanal expereince are applied to the manufacture of
high-quality roasted cofees, which are produced by traditional slow-roa-
sting. Select green cofees from Central and South America, Asia and Africa
are gently roasted at low temperatures, creating aromatic and wholesome
cofees. From mid-2014 on, the cofee roastery will be open to visitors and
guided tours will be ofered on request.
Visit our caf bar at the Donau-Einkaufszentrum shopping
center to enjoy freshly roasted cofee and espresso special-
ties from Rehorik. In the summer of this year, a second Re-
horik caf bar will open its doors at the inner-city main store
on Brixener Hof 6.
Cofee roastery & wine
cellar, cheese shop
Am Brixener Hof 6
On-site parking for customers

Wine gallery
Gesandtenstrae 16, Ecke
Glockengasse
Vehicle access to the wine
shop permitted

Caf bar & specialty foods
Donau-Einkaufszentrum
Free on-site car park

www.rehorik.de
kafee@rehorik.de
0941/51727
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SHOPPING
Feinuhrmacher & Hofuwelier
Mhlbacher
Ludwigstrae 1
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0951 / 5 02 79 70
www.muehlbacher.de
Location
Centrally located in the historic Regensburg old town is a jeweller in class of its
own: Mhlbacher, the fne watch maker and jeweller. There are plenty of tourist
attractions to admire in close proximity to this luxury jewellers. A good reason
then to pay a visit to our newly designed shop premises with its light-sufused
atmosphere.
Special Features
This fourth generation family business proudly presents high quality jewel-
lery and prestigious watches in a spacious area covering 400 square metres.
The top selection includes brands such as Audemars Piguet, Breitling, Bulga-
ri, Cartier, Chopard, Ebel, Glashtte, IWC, Montblanc, Omega, Patek Philippe,
Rolex, Tag Heuer, Zenith and many more You can also enjoy Regensburgs
well known cutting edge own brand Mhlbauer: Jewellery creations that
are not just of the peg but can be specially designed to suit your taste. The
precious jewels and watches are magnifcently displayed against an elegant
backdrop of a huge shop window and an extravagant shop interior. Included
among our regular customers in and around Regensburg are
prominent actors and sports personalities. Who knows, you
could meet someone famous during your visit to Mhlba-
cher!
Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri 10.00-13.00
and 14.00-18.30
Sat 10.00-16.00
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Goldschmiede Crusius
Pfarrergasse 8
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 5 18 97
www.goldschmiede-crusius.de
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SHOPPING
Opening Hours:
Tue-Fri 10.00-13.00
and 14.00-18.00
Sat 10.00-14.00
Location
Goldschmiede Crusius is located in Pfarrergasse, right in the centre of the Old
Town. A love of beautiful natural materials can already be seen in the shops inte-
rior design through the use of wood and slate. The architecture refects the spirit
of the classic, timeless collection. More than 20 years ago, Crusius goldsmiths
joined the ranks of the citys most coveted jewellery stores.
Special Features
All of the jewellery pieces are personally designed and lovingly handmade in the
companys own workshop. Each piece incorporates a design which has been cre-
ated with heart and soul. If you have time on your hands, you can also have your
favourite piece of jewellery designed and made just how you want it.
For more than two decades, Gold-
schmiede Crusius goldsmiths
have been a Regensburg insti-
tution famous for their uniquely
individual and extraordinarily
beautiful jewellery. All of the pi-
eces are individually handmade
and designed using carefully se-
lected fne stones and pearls from
all over the world combined with
high-quality precious metals. If
you are looking for something
special and unique then, with the
goldsmith Heike Crusius, you are
in good hands.
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SHOPPING
Pleyer
Hofuwelier Josef Pleyer
Neupfarrplatz 5
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941/54947
hofuwelier-pleyer@t-online.de
Location
Jewelers to the Royal House of Thurn und Taxis and Master Goldsmiths Shop,
Frstlich Thurn und Taxissche Hofuwelier und Goldschmiedemeisterbetrieb
Josef Pleyer, is located at Neupfarrplatz right in the heart of Regensburgs
historical old town. For more than 122 years, this establishment has been a
popular magnet for all connoisseurs of jewelry.
Special Features
Shiny watches, sparkling rings and glittering necklaces... As a traditional family-
owned business, Jewelers to the Royal House of Thurn und Taxis Josef Pleyer has
been draping its clientele in fnery since 1892. Thanks to his art of craftsmanship,
Josef Pleyer was awarded the title of honor of Jewelers to the Royal House of
Thurn und Taxis in 1927. For the past 35 years, the master goldsmiths shop has
been in the 4th generations capable hands of Susette Pleyer-Koppenwallner and
her husband Alfred. While Susette loves pearls in all their variations, like South Sea,
Tahiti, Akoya, or cultured freshwater pearls, husband Alfred Koppenwallner has
a special afnity for watches. That is why the shop ofers a large range, whether
Seikos Kinetic and Solar, or Aristos Messerschmitt Aviators Watches as quartz-
powered or self-rewinding models. The Messerschmitt legend goes back to WW
II when Messerschmitt in Regensburg was one of the most highly-performing and
productive aircraft manufacturers. Nowadays, Messerschmitt as a watch
label guarantees sophisticated retro design. With this interesting mix,
Jewelers to the Royal House of Thurn und Taxis Josef Pleyer ofers
passion, history, and precious treasures created to bring beauty into
ever life.
fnungszeiten:
Mo- Fr: 9.30-12.30
und 14.30-18.00
Sa: 10-15
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SHOPPING
Ziegler Feine Kost
Ludwigstrae 5
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 5 86 25 68
www.ziegler-feine-kost.de
Special Features
When you enter Markus Zieglers delicatessen, you will not meet a shop owner
but rather a connoisseur who personally travels to his farmer acquaintances
in Italy for the olive harvest and who combs through the most remote corners
of the Mediterranean regions in the search of culinary delicacies always on
the look out for something rare and special for him to take with him and pre-
sent to his customers with a sparkle in his eyes. The name Ziegler has been
long associated with a premium selection of exquisite oils and vinegars - and
wine, whisky or rum connoisseurs will greatly appreciate what they fnd the-
re. Not only southern regions are grazed for their sumptuous treasures - but
also the rough north or other areas which he believes could be worthwhi-
le, for handmade pasta, pickled and dried foods, aromatic cheeses, trufe
salami, Scottish salmon, caviar,
premium spices and much, much
more. It goes without saying that
good things can also be found
close to home which is why those
searching for regional delicacies
will also fnd what they are loo-
king for at Ziegler Feine Kost.
Location
Located in the heart of Regensburgs beautiful historical Old Town, between Haid-
platz and Arnulfsplatz, is Markus Zieglers Ziegler Feine Kost delicatessen and
specialty foods store. The store has been a popular attraction for gourmets and lo-
vers of fne cuisine for more than ten years. Ziegler Feine Kost is located directly
in the pedestrians zone and is therefore easy to reach by foot or on the Altstadt bus.
Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri 10.00 - 19.00
Sat 10.00-18.00
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SHOPPING
Goldschmiede
Andres & Zimmermann
Unter den Schwibbgen 9
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941/38 13 05 58
www.diegoldschmiede.biz
Location
Only a three-minute walk from Regensburgs Saint Peters Cathedral and
located directly across Porta Praetoria, you will fnd Andres & Zimmermann
Goldsmiths. For more than fve years, this team has been dazzling its clientele
with the sheer versatility, quality, and personalized charm of its custom made
jewelry.
Special Characteristics
Anything But Ordinary is the motto of Heike Andres and Stefan Zimmer-
mann. As qualifed stone setters and master goldsmiths, the team hand-ma-
nufactures all of its jewelry designs in the stores in-house workshop, using
both traditional gold-working techniques as well as state-of-the art equip-
ment.
This is the secret behind the teams extraordinary, classic-yet-modern pieces
of jewelry hand-crafted from gold, platinum or palladium, and embellished
with diamonds, precious colored stones, or pearls. Heike Andres and Stefan
Zimmermann are also renowned for the ever new and delightful jewelry ef-
fects they create e.g. by combining their custom-made je-
welry with unusual materials such as steel, carbon, wood,
stone, or leather.
True connoisseurs who appreciate the fnest and most
exquisite in jewelry design need search no further than
Andres & Zimmermann Goldsmiths.
Opening hours:
Tue-Fri: 10.00 - 12.00
and 13.30 - 18.30
Sat: 10.00 - 16.00
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Trachtengeschft Gssl
Neue Waaggasse 2
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941/4480277
www.goessl.com
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FASHION
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri: 10.00 - 18.00
Sat: 10.00 - 16.00
Location
Anyone venturing into Trachtengeschft Gssl, the specialist for traditional Bava-
rian outfts, will be welcomed immediately by a fascinating architecture. Large,
airy, and historically inspired. An experience no-one should miss. Even some of
Regensburgs guided tourist tours have this traditional costume shop in their pro-
gram! Located right in the heart of Regensburgs historical town center, directly
next to Old Town Hall (Altes Rathaus), this is the place to go for fattering garments
and superb traditional Bavarian outfts.
Special Characteristics
Traditional to the core and yet perfectly modern: traditional Bavarian outfts ft
to be worn every day and for every occasion. Gssls huge range of brands and
styles invites ladies, gentlemen, and children alike to browse through a wealth of
outfts including lots of ones-of-a-kind. One of the most popular current trends
is our hemp Lederhosen breeches designed to look and feel like
genuine leather made exclusively from natural materials. And a
knitted vest or cardigan, or a blouse or a pretty scarf is perfect as
a gift or very special keepsake. Competent customer assistance is
the number-one priority of our trained staf we like to take all the
time in the world for our customers!
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FASHION
Bella Donna
Obere Bachgasse 1
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941/59998800
www.belladonna-moden.de
Location
Located directly at Neupfarrplatz square and only a three-minute walk from
Regensburgs Saint Peters Cathedral, Bella Donna fashions is the destination
for discriminating fashionistas. It ofers a huge range of designer fashions,
shoes, and accessories on two foors. Since July 2013, our fashion experts
have been consulting our clientele right in the heart of downtown provi-
ding them with a unique shopping experience on historical premises.
Special Characteristics
Individual and high-end... our international designer fashions dazzle custo-
mers with a range of extravagant styles for a truly eye-catching efect. For any
occasion. And competent customer assistance is the number-one priority of
this family-owned business in an intimate, familiar and open atmosphere.
Here is where every customer is in good hands the perfect place to indulge
in a unique fashion highlight. We are among one of only nine locations total
in Germany to sell the label Tods handbag collections an absolute must for
everyone at the cutting edge of fashion! The stores 28-year success history
has seen a stellar rise. Ulrike Koller is managing Bella Donna in
collaboration with her daughter, Katrin Koller-van Fersel. Bella
Donnas entire team is dedicated to ofer its clientele exactly
those one-of-a-kind luxury items designed to make our lives
more beautiful and exciting.
Acne, Alice & Olivia, Allude, Balenciaga, Brunello Cucinelli, Citizens of Humanity,
Herno, Iro, Isabel Marant, Jimmy Choo, Mabrun, Missoni, Odeeh, Reed
Krakof, Tods, Victoria Beckham, ...u.v.m.
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FASHION
frst in fashion
FTC CASHMERE BURBERRY MONCLER SCHUMACHER CHLO
MARNI LAVIN STELLA MCCARTNEY CURRENT ELLIOT CLOSED
DRYKORN J BRAND STONE ISLAND BOGLIOLI SEVEN ZEGNA
HACKETT LONDON ETC.
Hubert H men
Hubert H woman
h.2. concept store
Hubert H
3x in Regensburg
Gesandtenstrae
www.hubert-h.de
Hubert H takes you to the world of high fashion.
We carry the biggest names in ladies and mens fashions, plus selections by the
hottest new shooting stars on the fashion frmament the formula behind that
famously eclectic Hubert H look. Let yourself be inspired by our ultra-hip styling
combinations on display - our friendly sales team will be happy to show you how
to combine the seasons latest highlights for the trendiest looks.
Hubert H woman: International collections by Burberry, Moncler, Schumacher,
Lavin, Chlo, Marni, Stella Mc Cartney and many more provide you with all the
tools of the trade needed to create any of the current looks - from ravishingly
elegant all the way to relaxed everyday sportiness.
As the #1 mens outftter, we ofer style, elegance, sportiness and fashion combined
into skilfully coordinated outfts. We make an experience out of outftting a gentle-
man from head to toe. And we even ofer made-to-measure garments for customers
on the lookout for something very special.
H.2. is the ultra-progressive store for her featuring the
seasons top labels and trendiest styles. It is THE place to go
for casual and trendsetting female styles.
We are looking forward to welcoming you at our store!
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Modehaus Platzer
Obermnsterstrae 18
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941/5 57 30
FASHION
DOLCE & GABBANA VALENTINO DRIES VAN NOTEN MSGM
ERMANNO SCERVINO SCHUMACHER STEFFEN SCHRAUT
CURRENT ELLIOTT EMILIO PUCCI DSQUARED
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ETC.
Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri 9.00-18.00
Sat 10.00-15.00
and on request
Location
Modehaus Platzer parallels both the historical old town and Thurn und Taxis
Castle. A parking deck, Parkhaus am Petersweg, is also close by.
Special characteristics
Whether from Milan, Paris, London, or New York: Modehaus Platzer ofers
a large selection of international designer brands. In addition to well-esta-
blished designers like Dolce & Gabana, Valentino, or Emilio Pucci, hip fashio-
nistas will also fnd the latest trend labels like MSGM, Dries van Noten, or
Dsquared.
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Haarhouse
Unter den Schwibbgen 8
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941/53596
www.robert-rettich-haarhouse.de
BEAUTY &
WELLNESS
Location
Haarhouse Robert Rettich hair stylists is located directly at the River Da-
nube promenade (Donaupromenade), next to Kolpinghaus. Only a short walk
away is Porta Praetoria and the busy center of town with its myriad stores and
shops. An absolute highlight: Regensburgs historical Roman Wall which can
be viewed in its original state right inside the salon.
Special Features
Change Your Head and Stay True to Yourself is the motto of Robert Rettichs
Haarhouse team to create chic, trendy, and type-enhancing cuts and styles.
It goes without saying that the boss also takes matters in his personal hands
with a comb and scissors. This professional lifestyle coifeur believes in excel-
lent customer care and a professional assessment of hairs natural parameters
such as thickness, mass, and growth and fnding a combination thereof with
the latest hair fashions. This is the secret behind the salons personalized hair
styles and hair colorations the whole gamut from traditional to modern.
Anyone in the mood for a quick cut can get a quick appointment without any
problems. And while being styled by master hair stylists, you get to listen to
relaxing music, browse through high-end magazines, or surf the internet for
free from the salons own iPads. Full service is also provided to hotels a visit
for the stylist for a small vacation within your vacation.
Opening hours:
Tue-Fri: 09.00-19.00
Sat: 09.00-15.00
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BEAUTY &
WELLNESS
Perfumery and drugstore F.X. Miller Parfmerie is a long-established special-
ty shop located in the heart of downtown Regensburg with a long tradition
going back all the way to 1879. Spectacular fragrances and high-end, select
skincare ranges are the passion of our well trained team. That is why our
perfumery is constantly on the lookout for the latest scent creations, insider
labels, international make-up trends, and innovative skincare products. We
place particular emphasis on our teams know-how and on their competent
customer assistance.
Special Features
Perfumery and drugstore F.X. Miller Parfmerie focuses on quality of skin-
care, perfect face design in make-up and out-if-the-ordinary specialties for
the connoisseurs of fragrances. The stores select product range also includes
signature brands in addition to well-known names. With a careful view to un-
compromising quality, the store produces soaps, nostalgic soap fakes, Miller
Hyaluronic Acid, and the original Regensburg scent entitled MEIN SCHATZ
(my treasure). Allow our team to accompany you on your search for just the
right fragrance, or the perfect gift, or the perfect skincare with a carefully
honed sense for personal preferences and for personality.
Opening hours:
Mo-Fri: 9.30 - 18.30
Sat: 9.30 - 17.00
F.X. MILLER PARFMERIE
135 Jahre Tradition
Am Neupfarrplatz 16
93047 Regensburg

Tel.: 0941/52428
www.fxmiller.de
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Segway Tour Regensburg
Frauenbergl 2
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 58 61 26 84
www.seg-tour-regensburg.de
The most elegant sightseeing tour in town
Discover the UNESCO World Heritage from its Roman origins until today in
the most elegant way on the Segway.
The electronic vehicle brings you efortlessly and entirely emission-free to the
world-wide known and also the hidden sights fun factor included. Learn
more about Regensburg Cathedral, Steinerne Brcke, Walhalla Bockerl, Gol-
dener Turm, Thurn und Taxis Castle or the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage
Stadtamhof.
Our 3-hour tours start with a short safety briefng and you will have time to
practice on the Segway PT. Due to modern technology, everyone can steer
the self-balancing vehicle within minutes. When everyone feels comfortable,
your Segway adventure starts. The tour has approx. 20 stops, where our pro-
fessional guides will tell you some exciting stories about the history of each
sight.
A prerequisite for attending the tour is the possession of a valid driving
licence (at least motor bike). For reasons of safety, your body weight must
range between 45 kg and 117 kg (100 lb and 258 lb).
From March to October, tours start daily at the following times:
9 am, 10 am, 2 pm, 3pm, 7 pm & 8 pm (Reservation required)
Meeting point: At the Eagle Fountain (Adlerbrunnen) in front of the Hotel Kai-
serhof opposite to the Cathedral.
Price: 75, 00 per person (incl. 19% VAT) Payment: on site
(cash or with credit-/debit card). Further information and
booking on www.seg-tour-regensburg.com or by phone
(Tel. + 49 941-58 61 26 84)
LEISURE TIME
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CinemaxX Regensburg/
Cineccino
Friedenstrae 25
93053 Regensburg
Ticketreservierung
040 / 80 80 69 69
www.cinemaxx.de
LEISURE TIME
Location
Located right next to Regensburgs central railway station (Hauptbahnhof ),
CinemaxX Regensburg is ultra-easy to reach by any form of public transporta-
tion. Patrons arriving by car like to use the parking spaces available at the
Posthof Hotel across the street, or at Castra Regina Center, or even at the adja-
cent Regensburg Arcades.
Special Characteristics
With its private brands MAXXIMUM 3D, MAXXIMUM 4K, and MAXXIMUM
SOUND, CinemaxX has been setting new quality standards in a class of their
own. The result: brilliant images and crystal-clear sound exactly the way sound
designers and directors want things to be when they frst mix their movie.
More than a Movie Theater our motto for our wide range of live transmissi-
ons. Prior highlights include live concerts and concert recordings of megastars
like Robbie Williams to Helene Fischer all the way to Led Zeppelin. Every years
absolute highlight: the live transmissions from New Yorks Metropolitan Opera.
Naturally, our concept also opens whole new perspectives to sports fans. The
CinemaxX Sports series brings images of extreme athletes (including skiers,
snowboarders, climbers) to the large move screen. CinemaxX Regensburg
saw a sold-out theater during live transmissions like the Super Bowl Finals, The
Champions League Finals, or the 2012 European Soccer Championship events
destined to become public viewing highlights at the movie theater.
Restaurants
From cofee specialties at Cineccino to the traditional popcorn to Currywurst
sausage by the WurstXbude in-house brand all the way to cocktails enjoyed
after the movie, CinemaxX leaves no culinary wishes unfulflled.
And for a really sinful treat to turn your movie into an all around feast for the sense,
we have Ben & Jerrys Scoop Shop at CinemaxX. Chunky Monkey, Cherry Garcia
or Caramel Chew Chew scrumptious names for the creamy explosions of taste
made from the milk of happy Vermont cows. No need to get on an airplane to
enjoy Ben & Jerrys irresistible favor!
In addition to twelve favors of what
is most likely the best ice cream on
this planet, we also ofer creamy Ben
& Jerrys milk shakes and tasty core
sundaes.
Opening Hours:
Mon-Wed 13.30-21.30
Thu-Fri 13.30 -23.30
Sat 11.30-23.30
Sun 11.30-21.30
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Hotel VIII
St. Georgen-Platz 8
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941/ 58653720
www.hotel8-regensburg.de
ACCOMMODATION
Location
Youll reside in the very best central location, at the end of Thundorfer Stra-
e, directly next to Regensburgs River Danube. Numerous famous sights like
Saint Peters Cathedral, Historische Wurstkuchl (the worlds oldest Medieval
sausage snack place), Porta Praetoria and the historical old town with its myri-
ad mysterious lanes and countless shows invite you on a tour of browsing and
discovery. Its only a short walk from Hotel VIII to all the important churches,
galleries, or museums.
Equipement
Seven rooms fnished a personalized and loving design and an eye for charm.
Stylishly modern or romantically playful... and ambiance designed to make
every guest enjoy a perfectly satisfying stay in Regensburg.
Rooms
All rooms feature noise-protection windows, free WLAN,
fat-screen TV with SAT-TV and internet connection and
include comfortable, frst-rate bathrooms with large sho-
wers.
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B&B Hotel Regensburg
Landshuter Strae 111
93053 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 78 49 10
www.hotelbb.de
Location
Thanks to its excellent connection to the local trafc infrastructure, the new
hotel at Landshuter Strae is the perfect abode for urban tourists and busi-
ness travellers alike. Both the central railway station and the junction leading
up to A 3 motorway are only a few minutes drive from the hotel. Needless to
say that the citys tourist highlights and sights are located in the hotels imme-
diate vicinity and are fast and easy to reach on foot.
Facilities
The B&B Hotel is a 2 Star Superior Hotel. All rooms feature a desk, wardro-
be, LCD TV, tiled bathroom with shower and toilet, air conditioning/central
heating, state-of-the-art noise insulation, direct-dial telephone with wake-up
service upon request, and wireless LAN internet access.
Rooms
The hotel ofers a total of 96 air-conditioned single, double, and family-size
rooms on six foors. Room rates per night: rates start at 50 Euros for single
rooms: at 60 Euros for double rooms; and at 75 Euros for family-size rooms.
Service
Service a term which stands for lots of free extras from
B&B: the parking spaces outside the hotel as well as Sky
TV and the W-LAN in the rooms are free of charge for our
guests.
Our sumptuous breakfast bufet can be booked extra for
7.50 Euros per person.
ACCOMMODATION
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Hotel Goliath am Dom
Goliathstrae 10
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 2 00 09 00
www.hotel-goliath.de
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ACCOMMODATION
Location
Here, you are staying at the best location, central and right in the heart of the
old city. Directly in front of the hotel you will fnd everything that your heart
desires: numerous sights such as the cathedral and historic sites, as well as
shops, cafs galleries, theatres and restaurants.
And by the way, we have parking facilities right next to the hotel so we will be
only too pleased to park your car for you!
Facilities
41 rooms of unmistakable, charming character, individual and comfortable,
high class and stylish, ofer just the creative space you need to savour your
stay and relax. Service is our motto in the Hotel Goliath am Dom and this
is what sets us apart from the rest.
Rooms
All rooms and suites have insulated windows, air conditioning, a high-speed
internet connection, wireless LAN, a fatscreen TV with cable and Sky Pay TV,
minibar and safe.
Our natural-stone bathrooms have a bath or shower, bathrobes, make-up mir-
ror and hairdryer, as well as a separate toilet.
Service
Enjoy and relax that is our motto in Hotel Goliath. That is why we ofer our
guests a 24-hour breakfast service - either served in your
room or, if you like, on the Mediterranean roof terrace. During
the day we also ofer light snacks or patisserie delicacies in
our caf.
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HoteI
von-Heyden
ACCOMMODATION
Location
On the eastern outskirts of Regensburg, you will fnd our non-smoking ho-
tel located on a quiet, private road. A wide range of recreation opportunities
(Danube gorge in Kelheim, the Tour de Baroque Danube bicycle trail, the
smallest wine-growing district between Regensburg and Wrth an der Do-
nau, and much more) and the sights of the World Heritage Site Regensburg
are right on our doorstep.
Service
Modern bed and breakfast hotel with a mediterranean architectural style
Immediately next to the Danube bicycle trail
Free parking spaces on the hotel grounds
South-facing rooms with balcony and view of the garden
Free wireless LAN internet access with 10 Mbit up and
downloading
Direct bus connection to Regensburg city centre with bus
route number 5
Only a 10 minute car drive to the centre of Regensburg
Hotel von-Heyden
Von-Heyden-Strae 26
93105 Tegernheim
Tel.: 09403 / 9 54 49 94 00
www.hotel-von-heyden.de
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ZAR Hotel Vitalis
Dr.- Gessler-Strae 29
93051 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941/298 59 207
www.zar-hotel-vitalis.de
ACCOMMODATION
Location
Coming to Regensburg on an inspirational short vacation, a sensuous shop-
ping tour, or a business trip? Hotel Vitalis is the perfect address for any occa-
sion. It is only a three-minute drive from the Autobahn (interstate) and only
three-and-a-half kilometers from downtown Regensburg.
Equipement
The hotel Vitalis is a modern sport and businesshotel in Regensburg. Providing
several bright and nicely decorated rooms with a writing desk and free Wi-Fi.
The large doppelrooms are with a nice roof-deck. The hotel ofers you also
large ftness opportunities as well as a swimming pool and a sauna. Opening
hour from 16.00 21.00 o clock. In addition, to get to use
Hotel Vitalis large gym every day. You will also fnd a tennis
court close by, and the golf course is only three kilometers
away.
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Hotel Roter Hahn
Rote-Hahnen-Gasse 10
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 59 50 90
www.roter-hahn.com
ACCOMMODATION
Location
The Rote-Hahnen-Gasse, a slightly crooked street and one of the most beauti-
ful narrow streets in the heart of the city, connects Gesandtenstrae with Haid-
platz. The Roter Hahn was already one of the citys most exclusive restaurants
back in the 18th century. Not only the spirit of the building, but its standards
have remained to this day - both for the hotel and the restaurant.
Restaurant
As one of Regensburg oldest restaurants, Roter Hahn (The Red Rooster)
has made the list of Bavarias 450 top addresses for gourmets. Come in; Sam-
ple; Pamper Body & Soul is the restaurants successful motto faithfully fol-
lowed by the staf for personalized pampering of our guests with just the
right touch of tact and delicacy. The menu is designed to carry the guests of
into the realm of world-class culinary art for any occasion, any season, and
any taste. To present just one of the restaurants may highlights: juicy steaks
cooked to perfection and a large yet afordable wine menu. There can be no
doubt: Restaurant Roter Hahn knows the secret of world-class gastronomy:
listen to the guests and give them what they want.
Rooms
The Roter Hahn breathes history and hospitality in every detail, ofers all kinds
of delicacies, hotel rooms with surprising perspectives and refuge at the end
of a long day. Whether you are a visitor to the city or are here on business,
whether you are alone, part of a couple or with your fa-
mily - the experienced Roter Hahn team will make your
stay as pleasant as possible and will meet even special re-
quests with professionality, openness and geniality.
For those arriving by car, guarded parking spaces are
available directly next to the building for an extra charge.
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Restaurant BARBAROSSA
St. Georgen-Platz 8
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941/ 58653720
www.barbarossa-regensburg.de
RESTAURANT
Location / View
Located right at the end of Thundorfer Strae with a perfect view of the
Danube River is the tiny yet highly acclaimed Restaurant Barbarossa with
its classy interior and a large outdoor terrace the perfect cozy venue for sa-
voring culinary highlights.
The Restaurant
The Barbarossa which seats only 35 guests indoors is a truly intimate jewel of
a restaurant perfect for indulging your palate in peace and quiet. Whether for
breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a late-night cocktail the Barbarossas soign am-
biance is always a pleasure to spend time in. During the summer season, the
restaurants large terrace beckons on sunny days and on balmy summer nights.
Unsere Spezialitten
An elaborate breakfast menu, yummy caf specialties, fne wines and liqueurs,
and a daily changing menu featuring regional delicacies thats what Barba-
rossa is all about.
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Restaurant - Hotel
Bischofshof am Dom
Krauterermarkt 3
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 58 46 0
www.hotel-bischofshof.de
RESTAURANT
Location / View
Directly next to St. Peters Cathedral and the Porta Praetoria, the northern
gate to the former Roman settlement Castra Regina, lies Bischofshof, a jewel
of Regensburg hospitality. In the middle-ages, emperors, kings and spiritual
dignitaries dined here regularly. In Bischofshof today, every guest is a king,
whether it be in the hotel, caf, restaurant or beer garden.
The Restaurant
In the kitchen, emphasis is placed on combining classic bavarian cuisine
with new culinary trends. Connoisseurs will fnd a rich selection on the
seasonal menu. For gourmets, we custom design menus for special occa-
sions and events.
Our Specialities
Seasonal highlights include seafood week, game week, and
asparagus season. Bischofshof ofers updated seasonal wee-
kly and daily menus.
Opening Hours:
daily
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Restaurant Brandner
Mllerstrae 7
93059 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 810 40
Location / View
At Restaurant Brandner (in the SORAT Hotel), you can enjoy freshly innova-
tive, award-winning cuisine directly on the banks of the Danube. Our nu-
merous culinary delights are enhanced by a unique, breath-taking view of
the outline of the Old City.
The Restaurant
Restaurant Brandner is among the 100 best German restaurants recommended
by the gourmet magazine Der Feinschmecker. The menus scrumptious varie-
ty of culinary highlights leaves no wishes or tastes unfulflled: from regional
specialties to all the way to legendary cuisine classics Brandners celebrates
creative scene cuisine with a style all its own. Spring, summer, autumn, or win-
ter wining and dining at Brandners never gets boring as the menu changes
regularly along with the seasons, and every seasons freshest products are an
absolute must. Along with the seasons, Brandners also features theme cuisine
such as e.g.All the Seas Treasures featuring a large fsh bufet. Equally worth
mentioning are Brandners Specials, from a culinary seduction Italian style all
the way to a romantic dinner for two. Another popular institution is Brandners
Chill-out Time, that special happy hour of the day when our guests can tune
out of their everyday hassles and enjoy exotic cocktails or long drinks at half
price. Restaurant Brandner is the number-one address for every gourmet.
Our Specialities
With our many culinary delights, you can enjoy delicacies which are diferent
to anything you have tasted before and are sure to be something you will ne-
ver forget. Why not try our Dinner in the Dark, a three course meal served in
total darkness and indulge yourself in a new fascinating sensory experience.
Restaurant Brandner is the top destination for connoisseurs of every kind.
Opening Hours:
Tue-Sat 11.30-24.00
(Sun & Mon closed)
Breakfast in Restaurant
Brandner
Mon-Fri 6.30-10.30
Sat & Sun 7.00-11.00
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THE GRILL CANTEEN
Gesandtenstrae 18
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941/63083555
www.grillcanteen.de
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Location / View
A visit to the Grill Canteen is an even for all senses of taste and smell. Located
at the heart of Regensburgs historical old own, the Grill Canteen is renow-
ned for putting the freshest of quality foods on your plate - exclusively cre-
ated and always delicious. And just a few minutes walk from the restaurant
will take to you all of the citys famous landmarks like Saint Peters Cathedral,
the Stone Bridge, and Porta Praetoria.
The Restaurant
With its new and innovative gastronomic concept, Grill Canteen aims to
pamper its clientele with international cuisine, barbecuing raised to the per-
fection of an art form, and home-made home-style cooking. Dips, sauces,
breads, or the legendary burger patties... all personally prepared by profes-
sionals. Guests get to choose from a huge selection of burgers including
home-made veggie burgers, as well as steaks and even fried pickles, all
served in a pleasant and friendly ambiance a place to feel good at. The
restaurants trained and professional staf takes the concept of customer
service to all new levels guaranteed to leave a long-lasting impression.
Our Specialties
Grill Canteens creations are made primarily from regional products. All meats
are bought from a farm operated by the Mallersdorf Monastery the only
place in Regensburg where you can taste meat of such su-
perior quality. It goes without saying that the restaurants
beverage menu leaves nothing to be desired... in addition
to regional beers, it ofers highlights like Tegernsee Beer or
Scottish BrewDog. High-quality organic wines from all over
the world turn every meal into an outstanding experience.
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GRAVENREUTHER
Hinter der Grieb 10
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 5 50 50
www.gravenreuther.de
RESTAURANT Location/View
Between Gesandtenstrasse and Haidplatz square is history-rich
Gravenreuthers. Housed in an old patrician-family castle, Gravenreuthers
ofers an inner-courtyard beer garden shaded by a big chestnut tree. Our hi-
storical guest room features hand-carved, listed statues of long-gone Regens-
burg notables looking down from the historical timber ceiling. Insider tip for
photographers: the old-town alleyway with a glimpse of the Cathedral towers.
The Restaurant
In addition to its rustic guest room, comfy outdoor patio and wonderful beer
garden, Gravenreuthers has a beautiful separate conservatory ideal for pri-
vate parties and groups of up to 50.
Our young team will indulge you with Bavarian specialties fresh from the re-
gion. Rustic Bavarian snack platters, vegetarian dishes or salads, fsh or meat
no wishes go unfulflled! Our famous beer-sampling includes fve diferent
beer types for a starter taste of Bavarian beer culture. Enjoy Bavaria from its
best side!
Our Specialties
Our famous fsh platter, Munich-style Schnitzel served with sweet mustard or
pork roast with crackling fresh from the oven are long-standing
classics, but our BAVARIAN TAPAS are an innovation. Ready to
try traditional Bavarian fare turned stylish? As starters or main
course, they are a culinary delight. On weekdays, we ofer a
three-course lunch for 7.50 Euros.
Opening hours:
Mon: Day of; special appoint-
ments possible
Tue-Thu: 11.00 - 14:30 and 17.00
way into the night
Fri-Sun: open all day from 10.00
way into the night
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Hofbruhaus Regensburg
Waaggsschen 1
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 5 12 80
www.hofbraeuhaus-regensburg.de
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Opening Hours:
Mon-Sun 9.00-1.00
Public holidays 9.00-1.00
May until September closed on Sundays
Location/View
Completed in 1871, the Hofbruhaus is located opposite what was the old
City Hall of the former free city of Regensburg. It has been in the hands of the
Schafbauer family since June 1988.
The Restaurant
With its relaxed atmosphere, the restaurant is frequented by both locals and
tourists alike. Looking out of the window, you have a direct view of the old
City Hall and a scene that encompasses a city steeped in history. For over
half a millennium, this was a meeting place for powerful regional leaders
who moved Regensburg right into the spotlight of European history. Food
is served all day.
Our Specialities
The traditional cuisine and authentic surroundings, combined with a host of
beers from the Munich Hofbru brewery, are not just famous in Regensburg.
In addition to the cosy and rustic guest rooms, our idyllic courtyard can also
provide the perfect setting during the summer months in which to savour our
Bavarian specialities - from traditional German sausage delicacies to cold cuts
which, after 4 pm, also include red and white headcheese, or cold meat plat-
ters with horseradish.
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Haus Heuport
Caf Bar Restaurant
Domplatz 7
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 5 99 92 97
www.heuport.de
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Location / View
Eyeball to eyeball with the Regensburg Cathedral, the guests of Haus Heuport
restaurant also have a direct view of an impressive 13th Century Gothic patrician
tower. Whether in the Gothic ceremonial hall with a direct view of the cathedrals
west faade or in one of the smaller halls dating from the Baroque era our staf
will be delighted to fulfll any culinary wishes our guests may have. During the
summer months, the restaurants Mediterranean inner courtyard, its covered
summer bar, and its large outdoor terrace right at Domplatz square invite guests
to hang out and relax for a leisurely summer afternoon or evening.
The Restaurant
Haus Heuport is a popular destination at any time of the day - whether it is for
an abundent breakfast, a relaxing lunch, a small snack between meals, cofee
and cake or an opulent dinner. Only fresh products are served, products which
are mainly regional are created into /sumptuous indulgences. Thanks to more
than 15 years of experience, Haus Heuports fair for creative cuisine and diver-
sity knows no bounds. First-class wines, spirits and beers, speciality cofees
and other refreshments round of a visit to Heuport. The experienced team
provides expert support for your special occasion, private event or corporate
event, to the great satisfaction of their guests. Congresses, seminars, training
sessions, conferences and more are available for booking.
Our Specialities
Fresh, honest, innovative & creative is the leading motto of Haus Heuports cuisine.
That is why all ingredients used in our dishes are selected and prepared by chef Wolf-
gang Riemhofer with a strict view to seasonal availability, regional origin, and market
freshness. From modern interpretations of Bavarian classics all the way to innova-
tive crossover cuisine with a touch of Asia our kitchen staf knows how to master
the fne balance between down-to-earth and fashionably trendy
with perfect panache. Whether dinners for two, big weddings,
after-theater dinners, degustation events with winegrowers, gla-
morous New Years Eve balls, or stylish graduation events the
cuisine of Haus Heuport has the perfect culinary answer for every
occasion.
Opening Times:
Mo-Sun 9.00-1.00
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Leerer Beutel
Bertoldstrae 9
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 5 89 97
www.leerer-beutel.de
Location / View
Constructed in 1598 as a granary, the historic building is now a cen-
tre for art, culture and culinary delights. In the eastern part of
Regensburgs Old Town area, two minutes walk away in an easter-
ly direction from the cathedral, you can fnd the Leerer Beutel near
to Dachauplatz with its historic museum and the Minoritenkirche.

The Restaurant
The Leerer Beutel is distinguished by the powerful elegance of its ori-
ginal Medieval wooden beam construction for 25 years. And also by
its variety of cultural and culinary delights. This former granary lives by
the motto: pleasure for your eyes, ears and taste buds. Next to the re-
staurant there are exhibition rooms for modern art (Stdtische Galerie),
an arthouse cinema, one of the largest Bavarian jazz clubs with a regu-
lar programme and approximately 70 concerts a year. The restaurant
has room for up to 100 people. Up to 250 guests can celebrate in the hi-
storic banquet hall. A side room is also available for up to 40 people.

Our specialities
The restaurants kitchen focusses on the ideals of the Slow Food Italian gour-
met association. The three magic words of this cuisine are
fresh, regional and seasonal! The menu which is changed
on a daily basis leans on local cuisine with a friendly refe-
rence to Italy and ofers a rich selection of Mediterranean
specialities. The wine list -- which is short but sweet -- re-
mains European.
fnungszeiten:
Mon.18.00-22.00
Tue-Sun: 11.30-14.00
and 18.00-22.00
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Liston
Caf / Bar / Restaurant
Pfauengasse 3
93047 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 46 18 18 60
www.liston-regensburg.de
Location / View
Come in, relax, and take a breather. Take a short break from a harrowing and
eventful city tours and enjoy the pleasant atmosphere at Restaurant Liston.
Greek Restaurant Liston is located in the center of town, only a few meters
from Regensburgs Cathedral and many other beautiful sights.
The Restaurant
A delicious cup of cofee for on the go; Greek specialties or sweet desserts...
Liston is a taverna, a caf, a bar and a lounge all rolled into one and dedica-
ted to pampering its guests with Greek, Mediterranean and creative cuisine.
The menu changes every week, and variety on the plate is guaranteed year
round. Every day, guests can look forward to a variety of freshly made cakes
and desserts as well as a selection of wines and cocktails. And with a bit of luck,
you may even run into a celebrity. During the later hours of the
night, Liston morphs into a popular magnet for night owls see-
king to end their night out in Regensburg in a stylish ambiance.
Opening times:
Open daily from 11.00
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THE KNEITINGER INNS
If you want to try the specialty beers of the long-established Regensburg bre-
wery Kneitinger, it is best to do so in one of their ten historic inns in and around
Regensburg, where both the locals and visitors go to wash down a hearty meal
with one of the smooth Kneitinger beers in the company of good friends.
Whether you settle down comfortably in the brewery inn at the Arnulfsplatz
after a guided tour of the brewery or make an excursion to the rustic and likea-
ble Auer Bru ... whether you enjoy a grilled treat in the Kneitinger Keller or
the atmosphere in the wonderful park of the Prfeninger Schlossgarten in the
Kneitinger inns you always experience a good deal of genuine Bavarian
inn-keeping tradition and hospitality.
KNEITINGER AM ARNULFSPLATZ Arnulfsplatz 3 Regensburg
KNEITINGER KELLER Galgenbergstr. 18 Regensburg
AUER BRU Schwandorfer Str. 41 Regensburg
PRFENINGER SCHLOSSGARTEN Prfeninger-Schloss-Str. 75 Regensburg
HUBERTUSHHE Wilhelm-Raabe-Str. 1 Regensburg
GASTHOF ZUR POST Hauptstrae 1 Kfering
GOLDENER HIRSCH Groprfening 21 Regensburg
RAMSPAUER HOF Dorfstrae 5 Ramspau
GOLDENER OCHS Schwanenplatz 3 Regensburg
ALTES SCHLOSS Schlostrae 21 Niedertraubling
More information on the inns at: www.kneitinger.de
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Kreutzers Restaurant
Prinz-Ludwig-Strae 15a
93055 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941 / 56 95 65 020
www.kreutzers-restaurant.de
Location / View
Safely removed from the hustle and bustle of downtown Regensburg, Re-
staurant Kreutzer is located right in the heart of the harbor district. It is in
this wonderful location where Restaurant Kreutzer has been indulging and
pampering its guests for more than three years now. With exquisite meals for
every time of the day, carefully composed to suit any taste or preference, and
to accompany every event in your life. On sunshiny days and mild evenings,
the restaurants large canopied terrace invites you to enjoy a magical dinner.
Kreutzers Restaurant is easy to fnd: our guests arriving by car can drive up
right to the restaurant and park right.
The Restaurant
There is a fre sizzling and hissing. There are fames licking around the sump-
tuous steaks fried to juicy perfection. Hot. Passionately. The delicious aroma
flls the entire room, spreading and enveloping the guests like an invisible
veil of culinary enchantment. Standing by the open charcoal barbecue, chef
and proprietor Matthias Kreutzer personally prepares the dishes for all the
guests to see. Every single dinner is turned into an exciting experience. Fas-
cinating. Classy. With soothing light enhancing the mood. When the guests
get into the partying mood, they can be seen dancing to pleasant jazz and
electronic tunes. And Kreutzers is also famous for serving the perfect portion
of refreshment: cool drinks served at our long lounge bar. Modern, exclusive,
and without quirky design gimmicks. Our lounge easily accommodates up to
150 guests and is suitable even for large event. While our restaurant focuses
primarily on French cuisine, our menu also ofers popular specialties ranging
from Irish Hereford flet mignon to typical US rib eye steaks all
the way to fresh Mediterranean fsh. Needless to say that Re-
staurant Kreutzer has become quite the place to hang out for
Regensburgs stars, celebrities. So dont hesitate to book a ta-
ble and enjoy an unforgettable evening. With all your senses.
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Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: from 11.00
Sat: from 18.00
Sun: Our Day Of
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93047 Regensburg
info@regensburger-ratskeller.de
www.regensburger-ratskeller.de
Tel.: 0941 - 28 05 22 22
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Parts of our meat supply are processed in our own
butchery. Potatoes and vegetables come from our own
farm.
Nowhere else is the history of Regensburg more
available than in the vaulted cellar of the old town hall,
now the council cellar.
Our historic premises including Dollinger hall can be
booked for private celebrations. We also offer a custom
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info@regensburger-weissbrauhaus.de
www.regensburger-weissbrauhaus.de
Schwarze Bren Strae 6
93047 Regensburg
DAILY 10.00 a.m. Tel.: 0941 - 5 99 77 03
he Weibruhaus Regensburg has a very long and cultu-
rally rich tradition. Te Regensburg Wheat-brewery was
founded in 1620 as a municipal enterprise.
Right before your eyes in our own copper kettle we brew
top-fermented, unfltered wheat beer and two varieties lager
- light and dark beer.
A traditional Bavarian restaurant is connected to the
Braustube. In the Weibruhaus we reconcile the brewing of
beer with Bavarian cuisine.
Our meat and sausages come from the family-owned butche-
ry in Barbing, on the outskirts of Regensburg.
All further ingredients of the food on our menu-list are prin-
cipally from our own farm.
For private celebrations of any kind there are separate rooms
on the ground foor and the upper foor available. We ofer
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Seven Oceans
Seafood Restaurant
im Hansa Apart-Hotel
Regensburg
Friedensstrae 7
93051 Regensburg
Tel.: 0941/99290
www.sevenoceans-
regensburg.de
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Location
A bit removed from the hustle and bustle of town is Seven Oceans Seafood
Restaurant. While the cuisine focuses primarily on excellent fsh and seafood,
meat lovers and vegetarians will also fnd y huge selection of foods to suit
their palate.
The Restaurant
Natural, high-quality, statement-making and creative are the predicates of
the specialties served by the Restaurant Seven Oceans . In addition to cu-
linary highlights from all over the world, the restaurants professionally
trained chefs are also renowned for their regional and seasonal delicacies.
Lovers of business lunches will appreciate the restaurants daily changing
three-course meals. Cannot decide what you want to eat? Why not go for
our Surprise Menu consisting of a three- or fve-course meal, upon custo-
mer request, plus select wines? After their delicious dinner, the restaurants
cozy fair also invites guests to continue the evening at the bar, over freshly
drafted beer or cocktails. The Seven Oceans makes it easy to get into the
atmosphere and live the good life.
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