Having Fun at the Bürgerfest in Regensburg, Bavaria

I really don’t feel like going out yesterday because I was a bit tired..but my feet just get itchy that I need to go somewhere. After we ate our great lunch we decided to visit the Bürgerfest in Regensburg, Bavaria. This is the first time that I attended this festival which takes place every two years…(if I am not mistaken). I have been to this city for more than 20 times but this is first time that I visited this very lively and fantastic celebration. People were everywhere especially around the old city. You can see a lot bands playing their music in every corner of the streets. German festivals will not be happier and merrier without the beer tents and kiosk that sells food, drinks, bratwurst and a lot more.

It seems that the night is getting over again. I will give you more updates about this tomorrow. feel free to visit my other sites…have a great evening to all!

it’s me smiling due to happiness ..photo taken at the Regensburg square..you can also see the tower of the famous St. Peter Cathedral in Regensburg.

there were people everywhere..even the bridge down under in Steinerne Bruecke also had a lot of people. ..you can see a lot of kiosks and tents where people celebrate. I can’t imagine how many thousands of people visited this festival since Friday until it was over last night.

 
 

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