Bavaria

Augsburg

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Augsburg
The Essential
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Augsburg's mansions, churches and town hall all date from the city's golden age in the 15C and 16C. The city bears the mark of Augsburg's official architect, Elias Holl, and is one of the best examples of Renaissance architecture north of the Alps. Augsburg was also home to famous artists and humanists, such as the painter Hans Holbein the Elder and the playwright Bertolt Brecht. Crossed by a tributary of the Danube, the River Lech, which divides into canals in the lower town, Augsburg is the third largest city in Bavaria and an important industrial centre.

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Michelin's recommendations for Augsburg

Münster St.-Ulrich und St.-Afra Münster St.-Ulrich und St.-Afra
Münster St.-Ulrich und St.-Afra
This large abbey church, adjacent to a
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Schaezler Palace
Schaezler Palace
You will first visit the Schaezlerpalais
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Fuggerei
Fuggerei
This housing estate is named after
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Town Hall Town Hall
Town Hall
The Town Hall, an enormous Renaissance
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St Anna-Kirche
St Anna-Kirche
The Church of St-Anne was formerly part
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Augsburg Cathedral
Augsburg Cathedral
The cathedral was rebuilt in the Gothic
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