The Christmas Market

Your visit to the city of peace, Augsburg

 

AVG Gepäck- und Infobus

AVG Luggage and Infobus at the Merkurbrunnen In order to enable the Augsburg citizens and all visitors to enjoy their Christmas shopping and the walk across the Christkindlesmarkt untroubled, AVG offers a new service: the AVG luggage bus. There the shopping bags are...

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Traveling to Augsburg

Traveling to Augsburg By car Excellent access to Augsburg from the west, north and east is provided by the A8 autobahn Munich-Stuttgart as well as the state highways B2, B17 and B300. You will find parking possibilities for cars on this page. Parkplätze/Park & Ride....

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Parking, Park & Ride

Parking, Park & Ride Use of the P+R location at the Plärrer fairground (Langenmantelstraße) requires a fee and is available to visitors of the Christmas market from Nov. 27 to Dec. 24 2017. Helpers will direct cars to parking spaces. Parking rates from Monday to...

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Hotels & Accommodations

Hotels & Accommodations You will find a number of offers for accommodations on the homepage of our partner Regio Augsburg Tourismus GmbH or directly at Regio Augsburg Tourismus GmbH Rathausplatz 1 86150 Augsburg Telefon 0821 / 502 07 - 0 Telefax 0821 / 502 07 - 45...

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History of Augsburg

History of Augsburg After Trier, Augsburg is the second oldest documented city of Germany. As the capital of Swabia it is especially known for the Fuggers and as a city of peace; but, Augsburg offers even more. History Augsburg was founded in 15 B.C. by the Roman...

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