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East Bavaria – in the heart of Central Europe

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  • Thermal
  • Towns
  • Medieval
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  • Palatinate
  • Largest
  • Danube
  • Regensburg
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East Bavaria, with its Bavarian Forest, Upper Palatinate Forest, Bavarian Jura, Bavarian Golf and Spa Country as well as its towns, offers a great deal of variety for visitors in a charming region full of nature and culture.


Towns in East Bavaria Cathedral of Regensburg and "Stone Bridge" Regensburg Like precious pearls, Regensburg, Straubing, Deggendorf and Passau are strung together by the “blue ribbon of Europe”, the Danube. The Romans settled here some 2000 years ago. Regensburg is the best-preserved, medieval town in Germany and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town is characterised by its special and despite its age - youthful charm, by its long and internationally Medieval towers 22

“Regensburger Domspatzen” significant history with numerous historic buildings, and by its lively old town with unique shopping opportunities, lots of bars, cosy cafés and restaurants. Particularly outstanding are the prominent, gothic St Peter´s Cathedral, which houses the world-famous boys' choir (Regensburger Domspatzen), the 800-year-old “Stone Bridge”, the Thurn and Taxis Palace, which is incidentally the largest inhabited palace in Europe, the old town hall with its historic rooms of the “Perpetual Diet of Regensburg”, the predecessor of the German parliament, and also the oldest coffeehouse in Germany. Numerous international river cruise ships sailing along the Danube moor in Regensburg. Medieval places 23