Best Augsburg holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Augsburg
Augsburg Hotel SonnenhofAugsburg Hotel Sonnenhof has a restaurant, free bikes, a fitness centre and bar in Gersthofen. This 3-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and a concierge service. There is a terrace and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking.Book now
Limehome Augsburg PilgerhausstraßeBoasting city views, Limehome Augsburg Pilgerhausstraße features accommodation with a balcony and a kettle, around 6 km from Congress Centre Augsburg. Free WiFi is available in this apartment, situated less than 1 km from Rathausplatz and a 13-minute walk from Augsburg city centre.Book now
Limehome Augsburg Am KatzenstadelLimehome Augsburg Am Katzenstadel in Augsburg offers accommodation with free WiFi, 6 km from Congress Centre Augsburg, less than 1 km from Rathausplatz and 2.5 km from Augsburg city centre. The property is 4.2 km from Augsburg Botanical Garden and 4.4 km from Parktheater im Kurhaus Goeggingen.Book now
☆ Moderne 90m² 3-Zimmer im Zentrum mit Netflix☆ Moderne 90m² 3-Zimmer im Zentrum mit Netflix has a balcony and is set in Augsburg, within just 1.7 km of Rathausplatz and 400 metres of Curt Frenzel Stadium. The accommodation is 6 km from Congress Centre Augsburg, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site.Book now
Holiday flats in Augsburg promise relaxing holidays
In the south of Germany and surrounded by the varied Bavarian landscape lies the city of Augsburg, which was already founded in 15 BC and is therefore one of the oldest cities in the country. Holiday flats in Augsburg are therefore very well suited for walking along the historical paths of the famous Fugger town and exploring the surrounding area from here. You are not yet sure why you should definitely choose our apartments in Augsburg? Then take a closer look at our pages: Here you will find private accommodations that are comfortable and offer an authentic living experience. The privacy and the pleasant flair of our private holiday apartments in Augsburg make for a very special travel feeling, because where else do you feel like a local in a holiday apartment?
From your accommodation in Augsburg to the interesting surroundings
Whether you want to go on a round trip through Germany’s beautiful south or get to know some of the metropolises during a city trip: Our holiday apartments in Bavaria will surely convince you. Apartments in Munich are the best starting point to explore the Bavarian capital on foot, and our Apartments in Nuremberg become just during the world-famous Christkindlmarktes fast the scarce commodity. Also our holiday flats in Baden-Württemberg, the federal state, which borders directly on Bavaria in the west, know to convince, so that e.g. Freiburg in the Breisgau, Stuttgart or Karlsruhe should not belong soon any longer to the white spots on your travel map.
Explore the cultural highlights of Augsburg
Reserve an apartment in Augsburg now, because the city has so much to offer. Among them, of course, is the famous puppet theatre of the Augsburger Puppenkiste, which created magical worlds with the legendary “Urmel aus dem Eis” or “Jim Knopf und Lukas, dem Lokomotivführer”, which still inspire young and old today. Installations and performance pieces at the “Sensemble Theater”, which now presents its productions at the Augsburger Kulturfabrik, are somewhat more experimental. From your holiday apartment in Augsburg, you can easily reach the city’s film theatres. This also includes the Thalia Theatre from 1909, which was built as a variety theatre and now shows films. You might also be interested in numerous museums, such as the Augsburg Glass Palace, which is famous for its modern artistic exhibits. Among others, works by Egidio Costantini, who collaborated with Braque, Picasso and Miro, are shown here. In the Schaezlerpalais, works by Albrecht Dürer can be seen in the Staatsgalerie and works from the period between the 16th and 18th centuries can be seen in the Deutsche Barockgalerie.