Experience 2,000 years of history - Regensburg, a UNESCO world heritage site

A galley tour on the Danube, a German Bratwurst in the world's oldest takeaway, discovering a UNESCO world heritage city - this and lots more are on the agenda at Regensburg! Regensburg Cultural Hostel will bring the Romans back to life and take you back to the middle ages.
Educational programmes at Regensburg Cultural Hostel
This is where class can be fun: with the support of an educationalist, with a focus on your curriculum, and full of surprises. From laying a mosaic to feasting on a nobleman's dinner, Regensburg Youth Hostel has lots to offer, and there is plenty more to do round about the city. Stroll over the Stone Bridge, straight into the heart of history. This is where history comes to life and turns into an exciting adventure.
Welcome to the city tour!
Families are sure to feel at home in Regensburg, and there is one thing they can be certain of: Regensburg spells variety, and offers holiday highlights for every taste. Regardless of whether you enjoy walking through the narrow alleys, fancy a bit of shopping, want to sit in a café, travel through time in the historic museum, marvel at the famous personalities in the Walhalla hall of fame or catch a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes in Regensburg during a tour of the city. The only break you will need will be to cope with all the new impressions. One of the countless pubs, bars and cafés that Regensburg is so famous for are definitely the best place for this. It is for a reason that students feel so at home here!
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Opening hours
The house is open

7.00 a.m. - 10.00 p.m.

The reception is open

7.00 a.m. - 10.00 p.m.


2.00 p.m. - 10.00 p.m.

Important notice! Between November and February, the reception closes at 10 p.m. Consequently, check-in also closes earlier.

The Youth Hostel is closed from 11th January 2013 to 31st January 2013. However, the Hostel may be opened for groups if requested.

Closing time