Exhibitions and Fairs in Augsburg

The historic city of Augsburg, southern Bavaria, is an important commercial and industrial center. Some of the major German companies have their headquarters here, such as Siemens, EADS (military transports), Kuka (industrial robots technologies), Osram, Ncr (financial terminal transactions). Augsburg Fair, Messe Augsburg, covering 48 thousand square meters, is one of the leading exhibition centers in Bavaria.

How to reach Augsburg and Messe Augsburg

Augsburg is crossed by the A8 motorway, which connects the city to Munich, Nuremberg and Stuttgart. From the Augsburg Ost exit on the A8, you can also reach Augsburg-Muehlhausen airport. Always on the A8, via the exit Augsburg Westen, and driving along the B17 to Landsberg, you will reach the Fair, accessible via the exit Messe Augsburg. At Augsburg train station, every 15 minutes stop high speed trains from Munich, Würzburg, Stuttgart, Nuremberg and tourist cities like Allgäu, in Swabia. From the square overlooking the station, on Viktoriastrasse, you can catch buses for trips along the Romantische Strasse, the Romantic Road, one of the most famous tourist attractions in Germany: 366 km between Würzburg and Füssen.

Where to stay in Augsburg

Augsburg, is a town of 250 000 inhabitants. It is the second oldest town in Germany after Trier. In its streets, palaces and churches, you will experience 2000 years of history. The accommodation offer in Augsburg is very wide, with both modern facilities and hotels housed in historic homes and period buildings. In addition to history, anywhere in the city you can feel the influence of the Fugger family, German mercantile and banking dynasty who served as bankers for kings and emperors for centuries.

Hot spots in Augsburg for the after-show

Augsburg has always been a town of trade and markets. The main shopping streets in Augsburg are Annastrasse and Maximilianstrasse, home to elegant boutiques, shops, and restaurants. The same area is called Vergnügungsmeile, the mile of fun, because everyone finds anything here: trendy, alternative clubs, lounges with live music, discos, but also literary cafés and traditional pubs. Also, worth a visit the City-Galerie in Willy-Brandt-Platz, the largest shopping mall in Swabia, and the Stadtmarkt Augsburg, in Fuggerstrasse, an amazing fresh food market. Those who prefer a more traditional entertainment, may head towards the large theaters Stadttheater Augsburg, Kulturhaus Abraxas and Parktheater Kurhaus.


Cars, flights and hotels


Airports, fairgrounds, car rentals and hotels in Augsburg

Apartment Augsburg

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