Walking in the Fuggers' footsteps in Augsburg
Roman emperor Augustus founded the city of Augsburg and gave it its name. 2,000 years later, it still captivates visitors. Start your tour of the neat town of Augsburg at the "Fuggerei", a 16th century building complex. center. It is Germany's oldest surviving social housing project and a 'city within the city' with its own walls and city gates. Then, take a stroll down the medieval alleys and canals in the historic city center. In the evenings, college students from the young university fill the local bars with energy and enthusiasm – the perfect atmosphere for ending the evening after seeing a show at the theater. Augsburg has a rich history and cultural tradition. IntercityHotel Augsburg is only a few minutes' walk from the historic city center, making it an ideal home base.
(100 m from the hotel)
Costs: € 12/day
FreeCityTicket in Augsburg
- You are saving 7,10€ per day
- The FreeCityTicket is valid for the area of Augsburg in zones 10 and 20
- The closest station is "Hauptbahnhof Augsburg"
In all our hotels' locations a FreeCityTicket is included. Your ticket is valid throughout your stay.