Regensburg has many 12th-14th century patricians' houses, as well as interesting churches, squares, and towers. It also features narrow lanes and streets, perfect for strolling. Over 1000 buildings are historical and in varied styles across the centuries, including Roman, Gothic, and Romanesque. Regensburg was not bombed during World War II, so the town is one of the best-preserved medieval sites in Europe and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Like many tourist destinations, Regensburg gets very crowded in the summer, but even then it is worth a visit.
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