About Regensburg

A meeting tradition spanning more than 350 years really is unique. And that’s precisely what the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Regensburg can boast. Because it was here that the first Perpetual Imperial Diet of Regensburg was held in 1663, lasting until 1803.

Travelling to Regensburg

By  Plane

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Distance from international airports:
Munich (resommenden airport) – Regensburg (105km) – Direct train service between 
Munich airport and Regensburg (approx. 1 hour each way)
Nuremberg (110 km) ,Frankfurt/Main (335 km) – Direct train service (approx. 3 hours)

By Train

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You can travel to Regensburg by train – it’s quick and it’s convenient. Several options are on offer including the high speed ICE. Regensburg lies on the international route linking Amsterdam – Brussels – Vienna – Budapest.
There are connections from Regensburg to Berlin, Dresden, Hamburg, Hannover, Dortmund, Cologne, Frankfurt am Main, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Warsaw, Prague and Munich.

From Munich Airport airport operated by ÜFEX - Deutsche Bahn


By Car

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Highway A3: Cologne – Frankfurt – Nuremberg – 
Regensburg – Passau – Vienna
Highway A93: 
Munich – Regensburg – Weiden – Hof – Dresden
A-roads/Interstates: B 8, B 15, B 16
Regensburg is accessible by long-distance bus from most German cities and many cities in neighbouring countries.


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