When you arrive at Munich
Airport or Central Train Station in Augsburg
, then Coach Charter Germany’s airport shuttle
will be your bus transport that takes you on your journey to Augsburg. Our Bus Company
would be pleased to show your party how Augsburg is Bavarian region of Swabia's administrative capital and central hub. Bus rental
will drive your party to the earliest Renaissance buildings north of the Alps in Augsburg. You will also see the imposing City Hall and the Fugger family's luxurious home. Coach charter Germany
is normally the required travel companion when you arrive in Augsburg.
If you plan to arrive by Coach Charter Germany with your group, then chartered bus
will be the best choice for traveling in Augsburg. Coach Charter Germany
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In 1516 the world's oldest communal housing project was founded by Jakob Fugger, the noticeable merchant banker. Within a decade 52 houses were built and the sequence of roads and squares which is also attended by a church became a kind of a town of its own.
2 Botanischer Garten
Botanischer Garten started in the 1930’s as a small nursery, but has grown into Multi-hectares Park with lots of plants from around the world. You can find there 3,100 different plants species, of which 1,200 are tropical and subtropical that grows in greenhouses. Coach charter Germany
suggests having our bus company to get to the garden and enjoy the amazing atmosphere.
3 City Hall
This luxurious building was built at substantial expense in the 17th century, during Augsburg’s golden days. The town hall extravagance reflects the prosperity and power of the town during the Renaissance period. Rental Bus
will be your partner to get there.
4 Augsburg Cathedral
Our Tour bus will highlight to you the ancient features in Augsburg's magnificent cathedral, which are the Romanesque parts from the 1000's, but the dominant theme is 14th century Late Gothic style. Paintings by Hans Holbein the Elder you can see on the pillars of the nave, while medieval stained glass proliferates, the oldest of which are found high in the clerestory of the South part that were complete by the conclusion of the 11th century.
This is the past residence of 18th-century banker Benedikt Adam Liebert, and is considered a Rococo style’s great example in its own right. This palace has beautiful courtyards and inside features, climaxing in an exceptionally rich 1760s ballroom decorated with candle chandeliers, a massive ceiling fresco, high mirrors and golden stucco masses.
Perlachturm is now one of the most impressive Renaissance ensembles in the northern region of the Alps’ Mountains. The tower is 70 meters high and Coach Charter Germany’s tour bus suggests visiting the Christmas market, and in the warm period from Easter time to early November.
7 St Anne’s Church
St. Anne’s church was attached to a 14th-century monastery originally. St Anne's Church witnessed one of the most important moments of the Reformation when in 1518; Martin Luther was among the monastery's Carmelite friars when he encountered the Papal Legate, who forced Martin Luther to submit to the pope’s power.
8 Augsburg Zoo
Augsburg had exotic animals since the 8th century, when Charlemagne kept his Asian elephant pet here. Fast-forward 1,300 years and Augsburg Zoo is now among the largest in Germany, offering home for 1,600 animals from 300 different species. Coach Charter Germany recommends that your tourist group transport with our Rental bus to ensure safety and arriving to the Zoo comfortably.
Our Chartered bus will take you the 17th-century gabled residence museum, where the great composer Leopold Mozart's father was born in 1719. The audio-guided tour includes handwritten transcripts, records, inscriptions, sheets of music tunes, and musical instruments, such as the original grand piano by Johann Andreas Stein.
10 St Ulrich’s and St Afra’s Church
St Ulrich's and St Afra's church was an Imperial Abbey that was effectively considered an autonomous enclave within the Free City of Augsburg. The coach charter Germany’s bus company will take you to the church that houses the sarcophagi for the saints Ulrich, Afra and Simpertus, and all the former Augsburg Bishops.
Coach Charter Germany’s airport shuttle will drive you and your party from either Munich Airport or from Augsburg Central Train Station or from any other place in and around the area to your desired destination. Our airport shuttle takes only a few minutes to get inside the city so you can start enjoying your trip in Augsburg. We are the tour bus that offers you versatility because with us you are able to build your individual group voyage. When moving around Augsburg our bus company will be the prudent partner to obligate.
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