Tour of Augsburg, one of the oldest cities inGermany can hardly be fit in a couple of hours. Over the years of its existence, it used to be both the medieval trade hub and the industrial capital of Bavaria. The World War II did not affect the appearance of Augsburg as much as other cities in Germany, as can be seen during a sightseeing tour. Among the main attractions of Augsburg, there are the market square with the Town Hall and the tower of Perlachturm located thereon (it commands a magnificent view of the city), the cathedrals of St. Mary and St. Anna, the Basilica of SS. Ulrich and Afra, the fountains of Hercules, Augustus and Mercury. Another unique place that you should definitely include in your touring route is Fuggerei, the world's oldest social housing complex founded in the first half of the 16th century. In order to learn about this colorful place as much as possible, Excurzilla advises you to go there with an English-speaking guide.
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