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...
The Maximilianmuseum occupies two patrician town houses joined by a statue-studded courtyard covered by a glass-and-steel roof....
The heart of Augsburg’s Altstadt, this large, pedestrianised square is anchored by the Augustusbrunnen , a fountain honouring the Roman...
Augsburg's coolest beer garden sports totem poles and often gets crowded in the evenings.
Cheap eats abound on Bahnhofstrasse, and the local Stadtmarkt is a picnicker's feast. The usual sausage-pizza- Brezel culprits cluster...
Halderstrasse 8 · interesting places nearby
Jüdisches Kulturmuseum information
About 300m east of the main train station, as you head towards the Altstadt, you’ll come to the Synagoge Augsburg, an art-nouveau temple built between 1914 and 1917 and housing a worthwhile Jewish museum. Exhibitions here focus on Jewish life in the region, presenting religious artefacts collected from defunct synagogues across Swabia.