Regensburg’s old town is characterised by many narrow and often winding alleys. We strolled through the streets and discovered some interesting things.
Four rivers meet in Regensburg: Naab, Regen, Danube and, although not a “real” river, the Main-Donal Canal. We took a look around Regensburg on the banks of the Danube and also took a boat trip on the famous Danube “Strudel”.
One of the most impressive buildings in Regensburg is the Old Town Hall on Rathausplatz. Here you can go on a journey of discovery with a guided tour and learn about the history of Regensburg’s imperial days.
Fürth really surprised us. The „Clover City“ has some remarkable spots, great museums and lovely recreational areas. We loved exploring the area and experienced a lot.
Fürth is home to the Ludwig Erhard Centre. A documentation centre, exhibition, research facility and community centre that revolves around the life of Ludwig Erhard and his concepts of social market economy.
We enter an imposing, new building; the Jewish Museum in Fürth. A bright and inviting room with café and shop and friendly staff at the counters welcome the guests. We perceive an immediate wave of calm after all the excitement from the parish fair that takes place in front of the museum.