The history of Regensburg is multifaceted. One of the most interesting and intriguing aspects is “Protestant Regensburg”. In 1542, the majority of Regensburg’s citizens converted to Lutheranism, yet the Catholic Church maintained a strong presence in the city. Regensburg was significant as a centre of the Protestant church and played a considerable role in spreading the Protestant faith throughout Bohemia, Austria and Hungary. In addition, the city was a refuge for many Protestants forced to flee their homes to escape religious persecution. During a tour of the historical city centre you will see major buildings and sites documenting this remarkable period of Regensburg’s history. The story of Protestant Regensburg will be explained and history will come alive.
- Return flights from the UK
- Return rail from Nuremburg to Regensburg
- 4 nights accommodation in Regensburg
- Protestant Regensburg Tour
Fly from the UK to Nuremberg. Upon arrival take a train journey to Regensburg for your 4-night stay.
Spend time at your own pace exploring Regensburg. During your stay, enjoy the ‘Protestant Regensburg’ guided tour.
After checking out of the hotel transfer by rail to Nuremberg Airport for your return flight to the UK.