Regensburg – you beautiful beast. As others before me I will start my journey in a city I’m studying and living in. I’m very lucky to stay in such a diverse city. Here you meet the traditional Bavarian sitting next to the extroverted student. Buildings and incorporated ruins from the middle ages and even roman times. My favorite place at the moment is right behind the gothic dome: the stonemason hut. It is surrounded by many trees and ivy. Right in the busy heart of the city hides a quiet oasis.
At midnight I’m gonna start my trip and my first destination will be Budapest. I’m curious how my view on the Regensburg and it’s world heritage will change through out visiting other cities. Because I’m already used to Regensburgs world heritage, which is the whole old town. Of course the streets still amaze me after two years with their small and contorted alley ways. But often I don’t realize, that every building I walk by has so many stories from the past to tell. Many World Heritage Sites are just one or two buildings, we are in luck that we have a whole district of preserved, wonderful architecture.
So at the end of my journey I will write about Regensburg again and we will see if something has changed.