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What do you do when you gain your throne to become king, but people still remember the humiliating defeat of your nation a few years earlier by Napoleon? You build a pantheon celebrating great heroes not just of your country but of those speaking your...More
One of the most under the radar places that deserves way more recognition.. great place to see the pride of Germany... great short snippets through the audio guide. The greatness of their contributions are definitely honoured well here. Just look at what it's called! Well...More
friends brought us up to Walhalla in the early evening -- the museum closes, but the grounds remain open. Great views of sunset over Regensburg, with the Danube at your feet. Many people out having a picnic, and many appeared to be on a date.
Sitting high up above the Danube River thus affording magnificent views this 1820's white-stoned Grecian styled building like the Parthenon in Athens contains busts and plaques of famous Germanic people. Many important people are missing because benefactors have to be prepared to pay a large...More
Modeled on the famous Athenian Parthenon, this gorgeous building houses the German Hall of Heroes. Access to the internal space - decked out with marble and full of busts of historically famous German people - costs around €4 per person.
Access to the external aspects...More
The Walhalla is a neo-classical building above the Danube River east of Regensburg in Bavaria. It was conceived in 1807 by crown prince Ludwig in order to support the then-gathering momentum for the unification of the many German states. The white stone temple sits on...More
When you approach and see it in the distance among the trees, you quickly grasp the scale of its grandeur. I drove to the top, very easy and well-signposted and €2.50 for parking, but the first thing I did was descend the 150 or so...More
Took a boat cruise from Regensburg. Weather was perfect. Great views on the way as well as at Walhalla. The climb is moderately steep - doable for children and adults too. Nice place for an excursion from Regensburg.
High up on the hill, the temple can be seen from far away. I went up with my friend who was driving which made it much easier to get to. It's an massive stone structure. Be prepared for large stairs and some pretty impressive views....More