Photo: Veronika Leikam, Outdooractive Editors
I now stroll along the Thundorfer Straße, which in the past centuries was considered to be the most important road in Regensburg. And where once many businessmen and merchants cavorted, restaurants could not be missed. After all, after an exhausting business day, the merchants had to find a place to eat and drink.
Among the most famous inns were the “Braulokal zur Sonne”, the “Gasthaus zur Steinernen Bruck” and the “Blaue Lilie”, all of which turned out to be goldmines and, incidentally, had the highest beer output in all of Regensburg. As profitable as the restaurants once were, they no longer pour out beer. Today, only the only the inn signs remind people of their former existence. Nevertheless, Regensburg has a remarkable attribute. The city has the highest density of pubs in all of Germany. So don’t you worry: nobody will die of thirst in Regensburg!