The heart of Augsburg’s Altstadt, this large, pedestrianised square is anchored by the Augustusbrunnen , a fountain honouring the Roman...
Rising above the Rathausplatz are the twin onion-domed spires of the Renaissance Rathaus, built by Elias Holl from 1615 to 1620 and...
St Anna Kirche
Often regarded as the first Renaissance church in Germany, the rather plain-looking (and well-hidden) St Anna Kirche contains a bevy of...
Munch on blockbuster breakfasts, lunchtime burgers and sandwiches, or just pop by for a cappuccino or ice cream at this slick cafe under...
Lonely Planet review
The Maximilianmuseum occupies two patrician town houses joined by a statue-studded courtyard covered by a glass-and-steel roof. Highlights include a fabulous collection of Elias Holl’s original wooden models for his architectural creations, and a collection of gold and silver coins that can be viewed through sliding magnifying glass panels. Opening to the courtyard is a chic cafe, where kids won’t want to miss turning the pages of the ‘magic book’ that brings Augsburg’s history to life.