How to spend a boutique 48 hours in Regensburg, Germany at Christmas

Although Bavaria lives up to all its wonderful cliches of lederhosen, dirndls and of course its beer-supping, thigh-slappingly jolly festivals, the Southeastern state in Germany Bavaria offers much more than just a fine place to get drunk. It’s a place where pristinely glossy landscapes are punctuated with story-book castles, traditional churches and neat and medieval towns which go about their-warped business in a peaceful, pristine kind of way. Having some family roots in Bavaria, it’s a region that will always have a special place in my heart and when I visit I always feel very much at home. On this trip me and Gary our team videographer went to explore Regensburg, a university city hailed as the best preserved medieval city in Germany, offering a potent combination of a beautiful skyline, impressive historic monuments and legendary Bavarian hospitality. The Old Town of Regensburg (with Stadtamhof) is a UNESCO World Heritage site

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