Augsburg, standing tall since Roman times, blends a tapestry of ancient splendor with modern vitality. As Germany's third-oldest city, it offers a journey from Roman roads to Renaissance riches. Read more

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Established by the Romans over 2,000 years ago, Augsburg's storied past has imparted it with architectural marvels, historic milestones, and cultural treasures. It played a pivotal role during the Holy Roman Empire and became a key center of banking and commerce in the Middle Ages. Augsburg’s status as a Free Imperial City from the 13th to the 19th century left behind a legacy of opulent patrician homes and public edifices. Beyond its monumental history, the city is a cradle of innovation, being the hometown of the illustrious Fugger family and witnessing milestones like the world's oldest social housing complex, the Fuggerei.
Augsburg seamlessly weaves epochs of history into its urban fabric, offering visitors an array of experiences — from walking along ancient Roman routes to marveling at Renaissance art. Every brick and stone in this city tells tales of emperors, merchants, and inventors, making Augsburg a timeless journey through Germany's multifaceted history.

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What to do in Augsburg

Augsburg Cathedral (Dom St. Maria)

A symbol of the city's spiritual life, the cathedral is adorned with some of the oldest stained-glass windows in Germany.


The world's oldest social housing complex, founded in 1516, where rent has remained unchanged for over 500 years.

Augsburg Town Hall

A grandiose example of Renaissance architecture, the Golden Hall inside is particularly mesmerizing with its gilded interiors.


A Rococo masterpiece, this palace boasts exquisite interiors and a stunning ballroom, reflecting Augsburg's golden age.

Augsburg Puppet Box (Augsburger Puppenkiste)

An iconic puppet theater, enchanting both young and old with its imaginative shows.

The Maximilian Museum

Delve into Augsburg’s rich history, art, and craft, including the intricate Augsburg silver and gold works.


This medieval watchtower, adjacent to the town hall, offers panoramic views of the city and beyond.

Augsburg Botanical Gardens

A peaceful haven, the gardens showcase an array of plants, themed gardens, and even a Japanese garden.

St. Anne's Church

Famous for its blend of architectural styles and as the site where Martin Luther sought refuge during the Reformation.

Roman Museum

Located in a former monastery, it displays Augsburg's rich Roman past and artifacts from the ancient world.

What else to visit
In and around Augsburg

Landsberg am Lech (35.61 km)

Nestled on the banks of the River Lech, Landsberg am Lech is a Bavarian gem that captivates with its historic charm and natural beauty. Famous for its well-preserved medieval architecture, the town offers a trip back in time.

Donauworth (40.15 km)

Step into the charming Bavarian town of Donauworth, where the Danube and Wörnitz rivers meet. With its rich history, picturesque landscapes, and architectural gems, this town serves as a captivating stop for those seeking an authentic German experience.

Dachau Memorial (43.44 km)

The Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial stands as a solemn testament to the atrocities of the Nazi era. A visit here is a poignant journey into one of the darkest chapters in human history, reminding us of the importance of never forgetting.

Davos (43.45 km)

Renowned as the highest town in the Alps, Davos is a premier Swiss resort, best known for hosting the annual World Economic Forum, offering an array of winter sports, and showcasing breathtaking mountain vistas.

Harburg castle (48.8 km)

Harburg Castle, perched majestically on a hill in Bavaria, Germany, is a splendid example of medieval architecture. This well-preserved fortress offers a journey back in time, inviting visitors to explore its rich history and stunning panoramic views.

Konigstein (53.75 km)

High above the Elbe River in the Saxon Switzerland region, Königstein is a German town famed for its fortress and stunning natural landscapes. A magnet for history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts, this gem offers a unique blend of adventure and culture.

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