Public city tours
Follow the traces of the Fuggers and Martin Luther through Augsburg’s golden era
The daily public city tour (without reservations) guides visitors along the path of the Fuggers, to Augustus fountain, inside city hall, to the Fugger City Palace (where Martin Luther defended his 95 Theses in 1518) and then through the old city artisan’s quarter to the Fuggerei.
April - October: daily 11am (German) and 2pm (German/English)*
November - March: Sat.,Sun. 11am (German) and 2pm (German/English)
Advent: also Mon-Fr 2pm (German/English)
*on November 1st and 2nd public tours at 11am (German) and 2pm (German/English)
Adults: 12 Euros / reduced 10 Euros (school age children, students, individuals with disabilities)
Families:(2 Adults + 2 children) 23 Euros, includes admission to the Fuggerei and Golden Hall
Please purchase tickets circa 30 minutes before tours begin in the Tourist-Information office.
German, English (only at 2pm)
Tourist-Information on the city hall square