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Regensburg Regensburg is one of the best cities in Germany to find a well preserved example of authentic Romanesque architecture from the Middle Ages. The Roman city in the town’s old quarter is over 2,000 years old, and world famous British architect Norman Foster has called it “one of the most beautiful cities in the world.” The bustling city centre makes a perfect place to stay for both business travelers and tourists alike and you’ll find the Accor Hotel in an excellent location to meet the needs of all visitors to this historic city. Find a hotel in Regensburg at Accor.com and explore the versatility of the city The city lies at the northern tip of the Danube, and you’ll find some great attractions here, including the Cathedral of St. Peter and the Stone Bridge. In 2006 the historic Old Town and Stadtamhof were even made a UNESCO World Heritage site. Try the Salzstadel – a Grade II listed building along the Stone Bridge. Since 2011 this former salt store has been the visitor centre for the World Heritage site at Regensburg – so entry is free. You can also take a guided tour of the underground tunnel for a unique insight into the history of the city of Regensburg. Nature lovers should also visit the five parks dotted around the city and the nearby Bavarian Forest. Check below for the attractions which should be on your list when visiting the city of Regensburg: - St. Peter Cathedral - Stone Bridge - Salzstadel - Old Town Ensemble & Stadtamhof - Walhalla - Palais Thurn und Taxis - Historical Museum Regensburg - Herzogspark Regensburg – “northernmost city in Italy“! Regensburg is known as the "northernmost city in Italy". And the so-called Patrician castles are typically Italian looking, but became part of the city's skyline in the Middle Ages. Keep your eyes open and you’ll spot 40 grand towers across Regensburg – the height of each of these represents the wealth of the family who lived in the castle. And as you stroll through the Old Town, you will definitely notice the “Golden Tower”; it’s Regensburg’s highest at some 50m tall. You can access it via a courtyard from both sides and it’s suitable for wheelchairs too. Find it in the Wahlenstraße – probably named after the owners of the castle – which is used as a student residence today. After an exhausting day exploring the city on foot, head back to your Accor Hotel and relax before you head out to discover the nightlife of Regensburg – perhaps starting with a traditional beer tasting. Accor – advantages of our hotels in Regensburg! Guests of Accor in Regensburg or any other city receive Le Club Accor loyalty points with every visit, which can then be redeemed for discounts, coupons, etc. Another advantage is that those staying with their children can enjoy attractive family package offers. In addition, there are a number of other promotions and special offers such as weekend rates or early booking discounts.