How to Reach Regensburg


  • By Air: Regensburg is in close proximity to two International Airports- Munich (via Autobahn A92/A9/A93) and Nuremberg (via Autobahn A3).
  • By Train: The city’s main train station, Hauptbahnhof, is connected to the German Railway Network by ICE, IC and EC trains. The station is well connected to international connections such as Amsterdam, Brussels, Zurich, Paris and Prague.
  • By Car: The German Autobahn network connects Regensburg to Cologne, Frankfurt, Nuremberg (through A3), to Munich (through A93/A9), to Prague and Pilsen (through A93/A6).


  • By Bus: Alstadtbus connects most of the points in Regensburg. There is a variety of tickets you can choose from, i.e. single tickets, stripe tickets and all-day tickets.
  • By Bike: It is possible to hire a bike in the city. Some of the places even help you planning with a bike tour along the Danube for example.
  • On Foot: Most of the attractions are located in the city centre which is quiet compact and small. The best option is to walk as there are certain places such as Stone Bridge which cannot be accessed by private cars. Moreover, car parks are quiet expensive and rare in Regensburg.

Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Regensburg. The most preferred mode of transport in Regensburg is Bus/Trolleybus.

Average distance: 9.76 km Average time: 24.2 min

  • Bus/Trolleybus 40%
    Bus 13.5 min Walking 5.5 min Waiting 5 min Overall average time for 5.15 kms 24 min
  • Car 20%
    Driving 25 min Walking 5 min Overall average time for 35 kms 30 min
  • Walking 40%
    Walking 20 min Bike 1.5 min Overall average time for 1.75 kms 21.5 min
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