Bavaria
Memmingen
Memmingen The Essential
From a small colony at the end of the Roman era, Memmingen became a free Imperial town of notable importance in the Swabian-Bavarian Pre-Alps. The old town, surrounded by ramparts of which a large part has been preserved, still shows the characteristic appearance of a medieval trading centre. The Gothic buildings, medieval guildhalls and richly decorated Rococo villas give a vivid picture of more than 850 years of history.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Memmingen
St Martin's Church, Memmingen
St Martin's Church, Memmingen
The chancel of the Gothic church was
15 minutes
Kreuzherrenkirche
Kreuzherrenkirche
The final octagon on the belfry (1617)
15 minutes
Memmingen Old Town
Memmingen Old Town
Old houses like the House with Seven
30 minutes