This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Regensburg.
Regensburg is worth visiting of you are interested in history and culture as well as if you like to check out parties and nightlife. Thanks to its medieval buildings, its cathedral and the famous Stone Bridge, and its historically important location at the Danube, Regensburg is attractive for tourists with cultural interests; thanks to its pubs, nightlife, and many students, it;s attractive for party people as well. If you want to have both, Regensburg might be a good spot to discover!
There are limited options for hostels in Regensburg -- some may be more conveniently located while otehrs are better for big groups. If you don't find a place in any of the hostels in Regensburg, there is a multitude of hotels, but some might be quite expensive.
There are a lot of things to see in Regensburg, for example the Castle, which is still inhabited by the Thurn und Taxis family; there is also a Historical Museum. If you are not into museums that much, just take a walk through the narrow streets in the old city, for example, from the Cathedral to the Stone Bridge, to get an impression of the architecture.
When you are tired of culture, relax in one of the street cafés or beer gardens, brewery restaurants, or fancy bars. You will find a lot of beer gardens near the Danube (two of them very close to the Stone Bridge), a lot of good places to eat around the Arnulfsplatz and north of it, and a lot of clubs and bars in the center region, between Bismarckplatz and Untere/Obere Bachgasse.
Written by local enthusiast for Regensburg hostelsAnique