Regensburg, one of the oldest cities in Bavaria, is definitely worth a trip. Discover its origins dating back to when the Roman settled the Castle Regina, the "Fortress on the banks of the river Regen". Today, the heart of the city is located at the confluence of the rivers Regen, Naab and, most notably, the Danube. Across the majestic Danube River, lies one of the oldest and most well preserved medieval bridges, the stone bridge that proved invaluable to merchants and merchants, linking Regensburg to Europe's main trade routes, ensuring its rapid prosperity. Inspire yourself in the stunning, beautifully preserved Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the largest medieval towns to the north of the Alps and take photographs of its more than 1, 500 buildings that make up this stunning city.