Berlin, which is the national capital, is situated 240 miles (386 kilometers) north of Regenstauf.
Regenstauf isn't the only place in Bavaria worth experiencing; visitors with plenty of time should also drive a little further out to experience the magic of the nearby countryside, towns and cities. If you have some extra time, head 18 miles (29 kilometers) where you'll find Kelheim. Here you can pay a visit to the Danube Gorge and Weltenburg Abbey.
Around 8 miles (13 kilometers) to the south of Regenstauf is Regensburg, a regional center where you can visit University of Regensburg, Scots Monastery (Schottenkirche) and Danube Mall. Regensburg has plenty to offer visitors willing to hang around here a little longer. Bismarckplatz, St. Emmerams Abbey and Reichstag Museum are some of the other sights not to miss.
If you ask a local their sightseeing recommendations, they'll often suggest Bavaria's gardens. If the sun isn't shining, don't worry, Bavaria features a number of popularaters, art museums and history museums, that will keep culture vultures happily occupied.
The Regenstauf region is the perfect place to head outside and feel winter's cold embrace. When temperatures drop, pull on your woollens and spend the day snowboarding and skiing. This region has a number of places for boating, so ensure you leave time to fit that in. Surfing is another popular activity here.
You'll be reluctant to say "Tschüss" (farewell) to this appealing spot.