Marina Apartments, Regensburg

Emerging from the Roman military encampment Castra Regina, Regensburg was already a ducal residence as early as the 6th century, and the first capital of Bavaria. Long-distance trade with Europe’s metropolises soon made Regensburg into a wealthy and populous city in the Middle Ages, which is also reflected in its architecture. To this day many Romanesque and Gothic buildings characterise the cityscape of Regensburg Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Today Regensburg is a strong industrial and scientific location with an excellent infrastructure, and it thrills with its successful combination of old and new. The city has more than 1,400 listed buildings, 9 theatres and 20 museums. Bavaria’s largest shipping harbour is in Regensburg, and its three universities educate more than 28,000 students.

Distances and routes

✔ In 1 minute to the Danube and the countryside
✔ In 10 minutes on foot to the historic city centre
✔ In 10 minutes by bus/car to the railway station
✔ In 10 minutes by car to the A3/A93
✔ In 1 hour by car to Munich Airport