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Augsburg is a Bavarian city in southern Germany, around 50 kilometres west of Munich. Founded in 15 BC by the Romans, it's one of Germany's oldest cities. Augsburg offers a mix of history and modern life. Visitors can explore the well-preserved old town with its medieval guild houses, 11th-century cathedral, and Renaissance Town Hall. The city is also known for its water management system, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its fountains and canals. Augsburg has a temperate climate with warm summers and cool winters.

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Airports near Augsburg

Here are 4 airports available for your flights to Augsburg, simplifying your travel arrangements. With these options, travelling to and from Augsburg becomes effortlessly straightforward.

Munich Airport

Located approximately 80 kilometres (50 miles) northeast of Augsburg, Munich Airport is the closest international airport. It is well-connected to major cities worldwide and offers a wide range of domestic and international flights.

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Stuttgart Airport

Situated around 160 kilometres (100 miles) southwest of Augsburg, Stuttgart Airport is another option for travellers. It serves as a hub for several airlines and offers both domestic and international flights.

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Memmingen Airport

Although not an international airport, Memmingen Airport is a regional airport located approximately 80 kilometres (50 miles) west of Augsburg. It mainly serves low-cost carriers and offers flights to various European destinations.

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Nuremberg Airport

Located around 170 kilometres (105 miles) northeast of Augsburg, Nuremberg Airport is another regional airport that offers domestic and international flights. It is well-connected to major European cities.

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Things to do in Augsburg

With a wide variety of attractions in Augsburg, we've narrowed it down to our top 3 selections to make your planning easier:

Augsburg Town Hall (Rathaus)

This Renaissance building is considered one of the most important north of the Alps. Built between 1615 and 1625, it features a lavish Golden Hall on the second floor that is a must-see for visitors. The hall was originally destroyed during World War II but has since been reconstructed based on historical records.

Fuggerei

This social housing complex was built in 1516 by the wealthy Fugger family and is the world's oldest existing social housing complex. Today, about 150 residents live in the over 140 apartments here. Renters must be Catholic, Augsburg citizens, and without means, and they pay an annual symbolic rent of only 0.88 euros (one florin) plus prayers three times daily for the Fugger family.

St. Ulrich and Afra Abbey

This former Benedictine abbey is one of the oldest churches in Augsburg, with parts dating back to the 11th century. The basilica houses tombs of Augsburg bishops and saints, including Saint Ulrich and Saint Afra. Visitors can also climb the abbey tower for panoramic views of the city.

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