Regensburg is a city in south-east Germany, situated at the confluence of the Danube, Naab and Regen River and has over 140,000 inhabitants and two universities.
The medieval centre of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a testimony of the city’s status as cultural centre of southern Germany in the middle ages. The conference will take place in the heart of the city near the Cathedral.
The historic Herzogssaal, originating in the early Middle Ages, is considered the most important secular building in Regensburg. Built before the Stone Bridge, Cathedral, and older than the Old Town Hall in terms of tradition and history, the Herzogssaal is used for meeting purposes.
As a representational hall, the Herzogssaal is comparable with the Reichsaal in the Old Town Hall. Constructed free of visible supports, it is ideal for any type of event.
Located in the Old Town Hall, the two grand Dollingersäle dominated the townscape as early as the 16th century. The hall’s stone vaults create a medieval atmosphere, enabling visitors to immerse themselves in Regensburg’s historic past even today. The large hall is joined by a smaller one, primarily used for receptions.