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Augsburg, 29/30 March 2023

Starting Point Augsburg: 
Historical and modern sights in perfect harmony.

Will you be travelling to Coiltech Deutschland and looking to combine business with pleasure before or after the show?

In 1-2 hours at the most, you can reach many of Germany's main treasures, some of which are particularly popular with technology and car enthusiasts.

Here are a few suggestions for places that are easy to get to. 


Germany's second-oldest city after Trier/Treves.
A historic old town well worth seeing, where Mozart and Brecht also left their mark. 2,000 years of history: Romans and Renaissance, the world-famous Fuggerei, magnificent churches, craftsmen's alleyways and modern architecture. You will find incredible peace and quiet in the parks on the banks of the Lech and Wertach rivers and in the adjacent nature park Naturpark Augsburg.

Fuggerei The Fuggerei is the oldest existing social settlement in the world, a city within a city with 67 houses and 142 flats that has its own church. Jakob Fugger also donated the Fuggerei in his brothers' name in 1521.
Today, around 150 poor Augsburg citizens of the Catholic religion live here for an annual rent of €0.88 and three daily prayers.

  The four museums in the Fuggerei with a reconstructed historical flat and the exhibition in the World War II bunker can be visited daily with an entry fee.  

UNESCO World Heritage Site: "Augsburg Water Management System"
The "Augsburg Water Management System" has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2019, with 22 exciting places in the city and the district, including monumental fountains, hydraulic structures, drinking water plants, power plants, canals and channels.
Numerous other monuments of historical water management bear witness to the great importance of Augsburg's world heritage.
The mega-theme "water" includes resource protection, drinking water supply, hydropower utilisation, water hygiene and sustainability.

Rathaus / Golden Hall
The town hall is one of Augsburg's main sights. Master builder Elias Holl built the most important secular building of the German Renaissance between 1615 and 1620. The Golden Hall, named after the gilded wooden ceiling, which was built there in 1624, is one of the most imposing representative rooms in Germany and conveys the splendour of the imperial city.

The Romantic Road, the beginning of a wonderful journey.

Along the Romantic Road, one highlight follows the next: it leads through important wine-growing areas, past famous medieval towns, to the royal castles of Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau. The wine from Württemberg is legendary for its red wine sites!    

Why is the Romantic Road so famous? 
Nature, culture, art and hospitality await you everywhere: you will encounter historic architecture, romantic alleys, nooks and squares, world-famous monasteries, castles and palaces in old parks with centuries-old trees.

Why you should travel on the Romantic Road at least once in your life: 
It is one of Germany's best-known and most popular holiday routes. 

Important stops to make along the way, either for historical or scenic reasons: 
WürzburgWertheimBad Mergentheim, WeikersheimRothenburg ob der TauberDinkelsbühlNördlingenHarburgDonauwörthAugsburg, FriedbergLandsberg am Lech and Füssen.

The Romantic Road: Length: 413km from Würzburg to Füssen. 

Rothenburg is a German jewel of medieval art, so different in its charm and architectural beauty. 
Let yourself be enchanted by the unique magic of this town, its fairytale silhouette and its medieval architecture.

Experience a journey that takes you back to the Middle Ages: 
Rothenburg ob der Tauber, with its historic old town, unique location above the Tauber valley and half-timbered romanticism, represents for many the epitome of medieval Germany. 

The Medieval Crime Museum, the Rothenburg Museum and the German Christmas Museum are highly recommended.   

Worth mentioning: 
The market square with its gigantic town hall, the town walls, towers, the castle garden in constant bloom, St. Jacob's Church and the historic prison.  In addition to wonderful beer gardens, Rothenburg captivates the attention with the fantastic ambience of quaint parlours.   

Rothenburg distance from Augsburg: 180km, by car 120 min. 

Neuschwanstein Castle 
The building was erected from 1869 onwards for the Bavarian King Ludwig II as an idealised image of a knight's castle from the Middle Ages. Often referred to as the "fairytale castle", Neuschwanstein is open to visitors almost all year round.  The architecture and interior design are influenced by the romantic eclecticism of the 19th century.   The fairytale king's "kitsch castle" has delighted romantics, royalists and technology fans for the past 150 years. 
It is located near Füssen in the Allgäu and can also be reached directly from Augsburg via the B17.   

Neuschwanstein Castle distance from Augsburg: 99km, by car 1h15min.

Füssen: The highest town in Bavaria.  
The small romantic town of Füssen is surrounded by a breathtaking alpine panorama - at the southernmost point of the Romantic Road. Here you can immerse yourself in the past and be enchanted by the fairytale world around Neuschwanstein Castle.

Füssen distance from Augsburg: 109 km, by car 1h15min.


Munich is a major European centre of arts, architecture, culture and science!
Munich is considered by many visitors from abroad as the typical German city! Here you can find beer, Brezn (a typical salty pastry; that goes well with beer), and Bavarian Lederhosen. Well known for its breathtaking architecture, world-famous museums for art and technology enthusiasts, and much more.  

Munich is unique!
Here you can "experience" the country and its people up close, enjoy art and culture, and learn about new technologies and advances in Germany. From the German Museum with worldwide unique technical exhibits to the BMW Museum, beautiful parks and green spaces like the English Garden with the Chinese Tower, a breathtaking collection of architecture and true building art of different styles and epochs, many theatres for music, opera and ballet, cultural events of all kinds, and last but not least a universe of culinary specialities, which finds its crowning glory in the top gastronomy. Several restaurants have been awarded Michelin stars, such as the gourmet restaurant "Atelier" in the Hotel Bayerischer Hof or the "Alois", formerly Restaurant Dallmayr.  

Munich distance from Augsburg: 88 km, by car 1h10 min.

BMW - Visit the factory and museumWatch how a BMW 3 Series is produced. BMW offers tours of production at its factory in Munich. From the press that shapes the steel to the workshop where the engine is started for the first time. You can book your "BMW World"-tour online.Alternatively, or afterwards, you can still explore the entire history of the company, founded in 1913, up to the present day in the BMW Museum.And right next door, the Olympic Park invites you to take a walk where medals were fought for in 1972. In the Olympic pool, you can even swim yourself in the pool where Mark Spitz won gold 7 times.

The standing wave at the Eisbach and the Chinese TowerThe Eisbach wave at the entrance to the English Garden thrills surfing fans and onlookers from all over the world. It has been considered the world's most constant, biggest and best river wave in the middle of a major city for 40 years. And just a few steps further, in the English Garden, you can fortify yourself in the beer garden at the Chinese Tower. The 25m high structure was inaugurated in 1792 with the opening of the English Garden as a viewing platform.

The Allianz Arenain the north of Munich is the home ground of the FC Bayern Munich soccer club, one of the world's most successful and admired soccer teams. It was also the venue for the 2006 World Cup and the 2012 Champions League finale and can seat over 75,000 spectators. Fans and the curious can explore the stadium on Guided Tours, visit the FC Bayern Museum or purchase collectables and fan merchandise at the FC Bayern Store.

The Hofbräuhaus and other optionsAlmost 500 years old and located on Munich's Marienplatz, the Hofbräuhaus is perhaps the most famous pub on the globe today. Hofbräu beer has been served here for centuries - to fans and visitors from all over the world. So take a break and enjoy this unique Bavarian tavern! Otherwise, eat and drink well at the Marienplatz in Munich.


Ingolstadt is a green metropolis with many historic buildings and the world-famous Audi Forum with state-of-the-art automobile production.  

You can watch the production of a premium sedan or experience the history of the Audi brand up close - from the beginnings of the first combustion engine to complete electrification - always true to the motto "Vorsprung durch Technik." 
The beautiful city of Ingolstadt has much more to offer - history lovers get their money's worth just as much as classic car fans.
This trip can easily be made with a quick drive-by visit!

Ingolstadt distance from Augsburg: 90 km, 1h15 minutes by car


Stuttgart, a former residence of the Duchy of Württemberg, is home to Mercedes and Porsche! Stuttgart's cityscape is characterised by many hills, vineyards, valleys such as the Neckar valley and green spaces such as Rosensteinpark, Schlossgarten, Höhenpark, monuments and churches. In addition, visitors appreciate the beautiful city centre, the castles and gardens, and the world-famous staircases from the 19th century, the "Stuttgarter Stäffele".   Stuttgart distance from Augsburg: 166 km, by car 2h 

The Old and the New Castle
The Old Castle, now a modern museum, was once a moated castle with over 1,000 years of history. Along with the collegiate church, it is the oldest building in the state capital. The New Palace in the city centre is strongly reminiscent of Versailles Palace in France. This is because the French palace complex once served as the model for the imposing structure.

The Porsche MuseumThe dream of the sports car comes to life here. The museum offers insight into the exciting world of Porsche. Almost 100 vehicles and more than 200 small exhibits can be marvelled here - whether on tour alone or as part of a museum tour. Factory tours are also available in Zuffenhausen.

Mercedes Benz MuseumThe Mercedes-Benz Museum takes visitors on a journey through the history of the automobile. The history of the global corporation begins with the first automobile in 1886. It offers over 1500 exhibits - from the world's first patented car to the hydrogen vehicle.

Skiing in Tirol

Tyrol is a paradise for winter sports enthusiasts: nowhere else is there such a choice of activities for skiing holidays.
No less than 80 ski areas and around 3,400 kilometres of pistes for all difficulty levels.
Pack your ski equipment in the car and combine your business trip with a day of skiing, for example, in Seefeld. The ski lifts are open until Easter.

Seefeld distance from Augsburg: 150 km, 2h by car.