Valentinsbad Lido in Regenstauf: Swim in the river Regen
The river Regen is the second-longest river in the Upper Palatinate, and for visitors in Regenstauf, it's an oasis of rest, relaxation and refreshments.
The Regen is a tributary of the Danube, and at 190.93 kilometres, it is the second-longest river in the Upper Palatinate, after the river Naab. It flows along the edge of Regenstauf, a small town in the Regensburg district. The Valentinsbad Lido is situated in the middle of this attractive river landscape in the northern part of the Regen valley. From May through to September, its spacious lawns beckon guests to recline on the manicured grass after a splash around in the river. Changing rooms, showers and bathroom facilities are all available on site. There are also football pitches and volleyball courts for those who enjoy a lot of physical activity. All that moving around is bound to whet up an appetite! Although BBQs are sadly prohibited, swimmers and other sporting types can recharge their batteries in the adjoining "Valentinsbad" restaurant, which also has a beer garden. The menu includes "Wiener Schnitzel" with fries and a side salad and Hawaii Toast. And one more tip for those travelling from further away: the Valentinsbad Lido offers accommodation with views over the river. However, there are only one single room and three double rooms, so best to book early!
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Directions: From Regenstauf station, walk 190 metres down Hindenburg Straße until it crosses with Regensburger Straße. At this point, keep right, and after one minute you'll arrive at the "Regenstauf Post" bus stop. Catch bus no. 43 all the way to the "Regenstauf Valentinsbad" bus stop. As you get off the bus, you'll find yourself already at the entrance of the lido.
Our tip: Please make sure to check your train connection and the expected capacity before you start your journey.