Regensburg is an old and very picturesque German city located at the confluence of two rivers - the Danube and Regen. Regensburg, founded by Marcus Aurelius as a military camp, was once the residence of the Bavarian dukes, and now is the oldest bishop of Germany, a university center and a concentration of medical clinics. Perhaps it is difficult to find another such city in the whole country, which has preserved its medieval beauty practically in its original state.
The pride of Regensburg is St. Peter’s Cathedral, built in the Gothic style and decorated with a bronze cross and crystal. One of the symbols of the city is a stone bridge across the Danube from the 12th century. In the vicinity you can see a copy of the majestic Parthenon - Valhalla, a building with columns, built in the 19th century. for the glorification of the heroes of Germany: inside you can see 100 busts of famous Germans. About 157 thousand people live in modern Regensburg, every year more than half a million tourists come here.