The stone bridge in Regensburg is relatively simple in appearance and has no decoration, which led me to think it was a new bridge at first. But in fact, it has been baptized for nearly 900 years. The bridge originally had three towers, but now there is only one. There is also a small museum inside. After the bridge tower is the old town of Regensburg. It couldn't be better to see the scenery on both sides of the Danube from the bridge.
The 800-year-old stone bridge has 16 bridge holes. It is the only bridge across the Danube in Regensburg in the Middle Ages. After visiting the old town, the tourists are all walking towards the river, visiting the museum on the water, or tasting the bridge. The historical German finger bowel resting on the wooden stool is also very artistic to see the white clouds and the turbid water surging on the stone bridge.
It happened that the stone bridge was under maintenance and there were many construction vehicles on the bridge. Just leave a memorial to both sides on the bridge!
Regensburg is a beautiful ancient capital by the Danube. It has a long history and has been an important town along the Danube since Roman times. The stone bridge built across the Danube in 1135 is an example of many large stone bridges in Europe! The Regensburg stone bridge is under repair, but there are many young people in national costumes around the stone bridge who are relaxing!
The stone bridge spanning the Danube River has a history of more than 800 years.
Great to relax, have a nice picnic and look at this beautiful little city. As a plus you have the castle as a background.
The old mill should be renovate- The old bridge is at good condition. Kids could play in the river below.
We walked down from the castle and a short way over the bridge. The area offers great photo opportunities both in the surrounding area as well as views back towards the castle.
If you are in Harburg, visit this. It is a pretty setting in a nice town. There is great view of Harburg castle from here, above you.
Preston_Dominguez: Steinerne Brcke, 93059 Regensburg
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Eiserne Brucke,Steinerne Brücke,Regensburg Sage Peter Cathedral,Neupfarrplatz,Alte Kapelle