Regensburg is an very old settlement and dates back to the Stone age. Radasbona, a Celtic word, was the first name given to the settlement. However, today it proudly stands as the capital of Bavarian administrative region Upper Palatinate.
Regensburg Germany is well located .It is just a one an half hour train journey from Munich. Traveling by road is also convenient and comfortable. There are two major Motorways, A3 which runs from Frankfurt and Cologne to Vienna and the A 93 which runs from Munich to Dresden. Regensburg Germany can also be reached on Bundestraben B8, B15, and B16. Munich International Airport , which has flight of Lufthansa and almost of 80 other airlines, is the closest and the most important Airport.
The City of Regensburg Germany is also Economically flourishing. This museum city has some of the best possible building which confirms the cities historic primacy as a trading center and the importance it had in the region. Around 12th Century a bridge was built across the river Danube, this stone bridge opened major trade links between Regensburg Germany and the world. Since then Regensburg became the hub of the rich trading families and a center of artistic excellence in gold work and fabrics. Besides being an architectural pleasure Regensburg Germany houses the economically inducing plants of BMW automobiles and Siemens. Besides, Companies like Toshiba and Krones have productive plants in Regensburg Germany. A distinct role in the economy is played by the University of Regensburg Germany.
Regensburg Germany is an architectural splendor. The Dom Cathedral, the 14th Century Town Hall, Goldener Turm( golden tower), St James Church are just a few examples.
|Total Area||80.76 km2 (31.18 sq mi) |
|Lat Long Coordinates||49.0167° N, 12.0833° E |
|Time Zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2) |
|Zip Code||93001–93059 |
||Flight Schedule from Regensburg to other cities
Last Updated : March 4, 2016