The political, economic and religious developments of the Middle Ages are reflected here. Ratisbona was founded in 179 AD by Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius. It later became the first capital of Bavaria and was named an imperial city by the Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire. The centre has over 1,500 listed buildings; of these, 984 form the 'Old Town with Stadtamhof' ensemble, which became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2006.
Visitor Centre World Heritage RegensburgThe Visitor Centre World Heritage opened in the Historic Salt Barn (“Salzstadel”) in Regensburg. In this exhibition visitors can trace the development of Regensburg from a Roman camp to a modern city in an exciting and playful way.
On two floors exhibits and objects are displayed including an interactive game station and media installation. Guests have the possibility to get a vivid and diverse picture of almost two thousand years of history. The Bavarian city of Regensburg enjoyed a heyday during the Middle Ages. The Visitor Centre World Heritage is located in the Historic “Salzstadel” next to the Stone Bridge and includes an information desk with touristic material.