"Bavaria appears to be a small part of Germany, but it's not so small" â€“ these are the words of Gernot Nerb.
The Third Oldest City in Germany
Augsburg is a city in Bavaria, Germany, which was a Free Imperial City for over 500 years. Augsburg is a university town and urban district and also it is Germany's third oldest city, being founded by the Romans and named after the Roman emperor Augustus. Augsburg is the only city in Germany with its own legal holiday, which is called the Augsburger Hohes Friedensfest and is celebrated on August 8 of every year, which makes Augsburg the place with most legal holidays in Germany. Augsburg is also considered to be one of the safest cities in the country.
Best Budget Options
Augsburg has some cheap hotels to stay. A budget traveler can choose between small and cozy hotels and bigger lodges. Usually cheap hotels offer free Wi-Fi and all the basic facilities the traveler could need. Rooms are clean, simple and quite cozy in hotels in Augsburg and staff usually are very caring and attentive. Probably the best way to find a cheap hotel is to look online that you will not have to look for a place to stay when you arrive. Also you can choose among these Augsburg hotels: Ibis Budget Augsburg City, Hotel Augsburg Langemarck, Ibis Augsburg Hauptbahnhof or Hotel Augsburg Langemarck.
While Looking for the Best Holiday Options
For whose who expect to find the best accommodation in the city and to have the most unforgettable holiday, Augsburg hotels also have to offer a lot. You can find a lot of lovely, elegant and stylish hotels in Augsburg which will accommodate your every need. Hotels in Augsburg provide great services and facilities, offer nice spacious rooms and very relaxing and pleasant atmosphere. If you want to feel the finest of the city, you can find a lot of great options online or choose among these hotels we recommend: Quality Hotel Augsburg, Holiday Inn Express Augsburg, Holiday Inn Express Augsburg or Dorint Hotel An der Kongresshalle Augsburg.
Gathering Around The City
As Augsburg is a nice city with a very old old-town, it is nice to take a walk and see the beautiful old buildings, nice architecture and learn a little bit more about the history. Free walking tours also take place in the city, so a lover of art, history or culture can explore more. Another good way to discover the city is rent a bike or go around by the public transport as the city has a very efficient transportation system. Augsburg is famous for its plum cake called Zwetschgendatschi which can be found in local restaurants. The night life of the city takes place in MaximilianstraÃŸe and the historic district right beneath the MaximilianstraÃŸe because there are a great diversity of bars and pubs ranging from disco to student places, so every visitor in the city can easily find the best attraction or activity.