23rd Annual Conference
June 8-11, 2016, Regensburg, Bavaria/Germany

About Regensburg

Welcome to Regensburg from the Mayor of Regensburg

It is an honour for the city of Regensburg to welcome you to the ERES Conference 2016 in Regensburg. In addition to the 2000 years old history, Regensburg has developed over the past 25 years into one of the economically strongest and most dynamic regions in Germany. More than 30.000 students at three universities and about 145.000 employees confirm, that Regensburg is among to the most successful and attractive cities in Germany. IRE|BS as the leading real estate business school in Germany, emphasizes this exciting combination of an UNESCO Heritage City and a modern high-tech location. Enjoy your stay in Regensburg!

Joachim Wolbergs
Mayor of Regensburg

Regensburg Unesco-World Heritage

Bild: Regensburg Tourismus GmbH

Because of the city’s unique status as "the only authentically preserved large medieval city in Germany", the Historic City Regensburg with Stadtamhof was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2006. And deservedly so! The authentic Historic City ensemble is unique, featuring a remarkably high number of historical buildings within a relatively small area. The architecture spans centuries, in fact, millennia.

Regensburg is situated on the nothernmost part of Danube River in Bavaria, in southeast Germany. The closest international hub is Munich International Airport (110 km), which can easily be reached by car or train. Neuschwanstein Castle, the Hall of Liberation in Kehlheim, Weltenburg Monastery and many other sights can easily be visited comfortably from Regensburg.
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