Beautiful Regensburg

Regensburg traces its origin back to the Holy Roman Empire. Today, it is the fourth largest city in the state of Bavaria and is a major tourist attraction. We found it a beautiful city to walk around – so beautiful that we walked nearly 19,000 steps today.

We had a beautiful sunset last night. We hadn’t seen a lot of sun to that point. As you will see, today was a blue sky day with temperatures in the 70’s. That helped the town look more beautiful!
This stone bridge over the Danube was built in the 12th century and is considered a masterwork of medieval construction. Today, it is a pedestrian bridge.
Susan on the Stone Bridge.
Selfie on the Stone Bridge.
The only remains of the stone wall from Roman times.
It seems that every cathedral in Europe is undergoing cleaning and maintenance.
No maintenance on the interior.
A part of our guided tour was this actor in costume talking to our guide about the plague. A lot of it seemed to apply today.
We got a demonstration of cuckoo clocks.
The city hall. The yellow portion of the building is a dance hall.
We had lunch at this sausage stand under the stone bridge. We shared a plate of eight sausages and sauerkraut. There was always a line.
Several stores featured traditional clothes which are still worn for special events.

4 thoughts on “Beautiful Regensburg”

  1. For some reason I didn’t receive your previous post but you both look great and enjoying yourselves. Stay safe

  2. We remember Regensburg as most appealing, especially a certain beer garden close to the bridge. Ne corner if I have my directions correct.
    Continue your delightful trip and thanks for sharing.

  3. We remember Regensburg as most appealing, especially a certain beer garden close to the bridge. Ne corner if I have my directions correct.
    Continue your delightful trip and thanks for sharing.

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