The legacy of Jakob Fugger ‘The Rich’ lives on at Augsburg’s Catholic welfare settlement, the Fuggerei, which is the oldest of its kind...
Opened in 1998 to celebrate local boy Bertolt Brecht's 100th birthday, this house museum is the birthplace of the famous playwright and...
Even if you don't plan to get wet, it's worth a peek inside the Altes Stadtbad , a stunning Art Nouveau covered swimming pool with...
Augsburg's coolest beer garden sports totem poles and often gets crowded in the evenings.
Follow a short flight of steps down from the street through a covered passageway to uncover this pretty snack stop by a little canal....
Lonely Planet review
Old-fashioned fine dining involving expertly crafted Bavarian and Swabian dishes in an understated dining space with arching ceilings and terracotta-tiled floors. The reassuringly short and seasonal menu reboots on a daily basis.