Visit UNESCO listed Regensburg, Pilsen beer town & Karlstejn castle on your transfer from Munich to Prague. Join our entertaining and easy-going road trip from Munich to Prague. Travel through the picturesque Old Town of Regensburg, visit the most famous castle in the Czech Republic – the Karlstejn Castle, and taste the original Pilsner beer in Pilsen. We’ll help you discover the two countries and take you to places you’d never make it to in just one day.Our knowledgeable local tour leaders take a small group, maximum of 8 people, for a fun-filled 10-hour road trip from Munich to Prague. You will learn about the history, culture, and most importantly the people of both the Czech Republic and Germany.
The tour is generally supported by local guides or myself. Meet the guide for a 2- or 3-hour tour through the city’s Old Town.See beautiful timber-framed houses and cobblestone streets. See the picturesque past from the medieval era.Learn about the German Renaissance and the artists from this city.On rainy days I offer an alternative Tour with more inside visits.During a train ride to Regensburg, with a typical landscape from this region, I speak about medieval towns, social rules and living in the middle age.My program includes:- Complete support with information about the city and local shops- Two (till three) hour free time- etc.
Transfer service ensures the most comfortable journey from Regensburg to Prague. On your way to Prague, our professional english speaking drivers will make you pleasent company while you are enjoying the journey to your final destination. - all services are provide with late model Mercedes Benz for Small Group Vito,Viano,V Clase for Bigger Group Sprinter,very comfortable and air conditioned - our drivers are experienced, friendy and fully english speaking - travel door to door - save your time and money and have fun on the board with our drivers
Join our entertaining and easy-going road trip from Prague to Munich. We travel through the picturesque Old Town of Regensburg, visit the most famous castle in the Czech Republic – the Karlstejn Castle, and taste the original Pilsner beer in Pilsen. We’ll help you discover two countries and take you to places you’d never make it to in just one day.Our knowledgeable local tour leaders take a small group, maximum of 8 people, for a fun-filled 10-hour road trip from Prague to Munich (click here to book this tour the other way – from Munich to Prague). You will learn about the history, culture, and most importantly the people of both the Czech Republic and Germany.
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Isaac Posch (c. 1591-1622/23), "praised in the lands of Dawn and Sunset", was an intriguing early seventeenth-century composer, one of those still little-researched Kleinmeister who forged the musical culture now considered as a European heritage. Between 1618 and 1623 Posch committed to print in Regensburg and Nuremberg three musical collections: two of instrumental dance music and one with small-scale Latin concertato motets. The dances of his print entitled Musicalische Ehrenfreudt were intended for actual dancing, a practical aspect that the book also considers. Taken as a whole, Posch's music constitutes a most interesting instance of the merging of elements taken from various European styles: German, Italian and even English. This monograph is a revised and enlarged English version of the Slovenian original, first published in 1999 and based on the author's award-winning dissertation at the University of Ljubljana.
Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2010 in the subject Business economics - Accounting and Taxes, grade: 1,0, University of Applied Sciences Regensburg (Betriebswirtschaft), course: Internationale Rechnungslegung (International Accounting), language: English, abstract: Globalization continues, even in international reporting. There are many efforts for an international harmonization of financial reporting, even at capital markets of the United States of America. The globalization requires transparent accounting and reporting standards for an efficient market transfer of goods and services. And there has been still reached nearly a harmonization of consolidated financial statements of capital market oriented companies through IFRS. But does also German small and mediumsizeenterprises (SMEs) require the same harmonization for its daily business or does there are more drawbacks as advantages for them?
Master's Thesis from the year 2016 in the subject Economics - Finance, grade: 1,3, University of Regensburg (Centre of Finance), language: English, abstract: Financial markets are as complex as ever due to an accelerating development in the last decades. Especially evaluations of mutual fund performance have been a subject of interest since the introduction of financial services.In this thesis, a study on the performance of mutual funds investing in German equity from July 1995 to June 2015 is conducted. The aim is to find out if fund managers have sufficient skill to generate risk adjusted return in order to cover the cost imposed on the investors. Another purpose is to provide investors with relevant results. Inter alia, Jensen one-factor, Fama and French three-factor and the Carhart four-factor model are used as different benchmark models for performance. Paired bootstrap simulations suggest that, net of cost, a small fraction of fund managers do have sufficient skill to cover cost. For the bottom ranked funds, there is statistical evidence that their poor performance is caused by bad management, rather than by bad luck. The results for gross returns show that there is an unneglectable fraction of fund managers with good performance not due to luck. Compared to net returns, there is stronger evidence of skill, negative as well as positive. Form an investor's point of view it seems rather beneficial to invest in passively managed vehicles. High costs eat into the return, and they are the main reason why the majority of actively managed funds end up with sub-par performance.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Regensburg is a city (population 131,000 in 2007) in Bavaria, Germany, located at the confluence of the Danube and Regen rivers, at the northernmost bend in the Danube. To the east lies the Bavarian Forest. Regensburg is the capital of the Bavarian administrative region Upper Palatinate. The large medieval center of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.The first settlements in Regensburg date to the Stone Age. The Celtic name Radasbona was the oldest name given to a settlement near the present city. Around AD 90 the Romans built a small "cohort-fort" in what would now be the suburbs.