Sights worth seeing from Augsburg’s history: Rathaus (City Hall), Goldener Saal (Golden Hall), Fuggerei, old city of craftsmen, palaces on the Maximilian road, house of Brecht.
You stroll in this guide on the trail of the Reformation, the Augsburg history. During the tour of the Fugger city palace (courtyards and from the outside) to learn more about the visit of Martin Luther and why him Cardinal Cajetan has calculated interrogated in Augsburg ... visit the Anna church (if open), the center of the Augsburg Reformation history, and the Fronhof (near the Augsburg Cathedral), in which the "Augsburg Confession" was read.
This guided tour in search of the Fuggers in Augsburg gives insight into the history of the family empire which turned Augsburg into a world power during the 16th century. Visit the former family residence and likewise center of trade, the Fugger city palace.
Jacob Fugger “in person” shows you his hometown. Escorted by an actor, posing as the most significant salesman and banker of the Renaissance, and a female citizen of Augsburg, you will visit the most important scenes of Jacob Fugger’s history and can experience the way this financial genius thought and carried out business.
Accompany “Baesle,” the cousin of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, through her native Augsburg of the 18th century. You will visit places which the Mozarts of Augsburg knew and loved.
The detectives who search for the Perlachturm murderer will have terrific fun. This thriller is set along the old wall from Lueginsland to the Perlachturm. Participants must solve many mysteries!
The craftsmen’s route goes along the canals and through the alleyways of the old craftsmen’s quarter of Augsburg. Between the Rotes Tor gate with the craftsmen’s museum in the south and the Wertachbrucker Tor gate in the north you can discover modern handcraft: the tour also visits craftsmen’s businesses.