This tour takes you on an exciting journey through one of the oldest cities in Germany – Augsburg, its historic streets and sights.
Starting with Hauptbahnhof in Bahnhofstrasse, you will take a tour around the highlights of the city: visit St. Anne’s Church, that plays a pivotal role in the history of Bavaria.
Learn about the Rathausplatz – a large square bordered mostly by post-war buildings, in the center of which there is one of the most famous fountains – Augustus Fountain; two others are Mercury and Hercules. Explore the Augsburg Town Hall – one of the most prominent examples of Renaissance architecture and a Perlach Tower.
Next is the Augsburg Cathedral, which has undergone many modifications over the years. Following, explore the Mozartahus, where the father of the famous composer was born.
Further, you can learn about the Fuggerai, the world's oldest social settlement, a town in the city built in the first half of the 16th century. Walking through Maximillianstraße you can listen to the incredible story of Fuggerhaus and Schaezlerpalais. Immerse yourself in St. Ulrich and Afra – the second largest religious building in Augsburg.
Then visit the Puppenkiste, which was destroyed during a bombing raid in World War II. Finally, gaze in wonder at the most popular outdoor venue in Germany – the Open Air Theater with a capacity of about 2000 people.