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They say it is one of Germany's most important national monuments of the 19th century. Sits on top of a hill and commands an incredible view of the Danube River and valley. Had pay parking. Worth the visit and awesome view to sit and relax.
A short journey on a number 5 bus from Regensburg HBF will take you to approximately a kilometre from the site. Warning it is quite a steep path to the temple and would be difficult for someone with a disability. It can also be accessed...More
Walhalla is an amazing memorial to Germany's best and brightest. It's another one conceived by King Ludwig. Really impressive. It's also not static. New additions are still made.
We used the paid parking on the hill behind the temple requiring only a short stroll up...More
Walhalla is a hall of fame that honors laudable and distinguished people in German history. It is located on a hill beside Danube River near Donaustauf, on the east of Regensburg in Bavaria, Germany. The Hall is a Neo-classical building. From the temple, we have...More
This Greece inspired and impressive temple was the last thing I expected during an evening promenad in the little town Donaustauf.
This building from 1 842 tells us something incredible about how desperate the German self confidence needed a boost by that time. So I...More
I have researched Walhalla as an early 19th century memorial to German cultural nationalism and it was fantastic to see it in person! The location is really beautiful, the views are outstanding. The building itself is fascinating and imparts very clearly cultural not political nationalism...More
Commissioned by King Ludwig I while still crown prince, this Greek temple was built in an attempt to unite the German people. It was modelled after the Parthenon in Athens and is located on a hill near Regensburg. We visited this while our cruise ship...More
There are a ton of steps involved in getting up here, so be prepared for that.
As others have noted, the inside of the place is a little underwhelming. The outside, though, is magnificent. You can see for miles both ways down the river. The...More
It really is a cool place to go ti with your friends and have a drink in the sun but exept the temple and a little stand for drinks there is not much. There is some kind of tiny museum inside the temple but the...More
A magnificent copy of Acropolis in Athens with a spectacular view of Danube!You can reach it from Regensburg's Train station by bus(No 5) it is only 20 min far away.Take the footpath way ( it has signs close to the bus station) it is easier...More