The Bavarian town of Regensburg is one of Germany’s oldest towns, founded by the Romans in 179 A.D.. Regensburg has a well preserved old town which is UNESCO World Heritage site since 2006 which we visit sometimes here on POPtravel.
On this rainy afternoon in autumn our tour starts at the Old Stone Bridge which is crossing the Denube River.
We get to the Old Town of Regensburg and visit the Kohlemarkt with the Lebensbrunnen first. A few steps later we see the Medieval town hall with Baroque & Gothic elements.
Later we walk across the Haidplatz as another city square with historic buildings. We explore more of the smaller streets of Regensburg on our way south. There we se the St. Emmeram’s Abbey (Kloster Sankt Emmeram) before we return to the central old town and the Neupfarrplatz.
Our tour ends at the Domplatz with Regensburg’s St. Peter’s Cathedral.
Filmed in October 2020
Camera: Osmo Pocket in 4K60
Mic: Zoom H1