Guided tours of the city

Guided tours of the city

Guided tours of the City can  be booked → here

Fugger-themed guided tours

Jakob Fugger »the Rich« was the great financial genius of the Early Modern period – and the benefactor of the world-famous Fuggerei, the oldest social housing estate in the world in existence. He brought the Italian Renaissance to Augsburg, and his nephew and successor, Anton Fugger, became the most important entrepreneur of his time in Europe.

F01: In the footsteps of the rich Fuggers

A guided tour of the city following the footsteps of the Fuggers to the Fugger houses (the family’s former residential and business premises), to the medieval tradesmen’s quarter, the old silversmiths and the Fuggerei.

Service: ®  Guided tour of the city
Price per group:
€ 115,
plus entry to the  Fuggerei € 3 p. P.

F02: Jakob Fugger at home- by his wife, Sibylla Arzt

During this entertaining tour of the city, Sibylla Arzt describes her life at the side of one of the most powerful entrepreneurs of the Early Modern period. But famously money alone can’t buy happiness, as we learn from Sibylla as she explains the reason for her marriage to the Protestant Konrad Rehlinger – just a few weeks after Jakob’s death.

Service: ®  Guided tour of the city
Price per group: € 130,
plus entry to the Fuggerei € 3 p. P.
Duration: 2 hours

F04: Fuggerei-group tour

On this 60-minute condensed tour of Augsburg’s »no. 1 tourist attraction«, you can explore the Fuggerei, the oldest social housing estate in the world still in existence, which was bestowed in 1521.

Service: ®  Guided tour of the city
Preis per group: € 90, plus entry to the Fuggerei € 3 p. P.
Duration: 60 minutes
Minimum number of participants: 10 Personen
(max. 35 participants)

®   is a registered trademark of Fugger GmbH, Augsburg

Augsburg´s No.1 tourist Destination

The Fuggerei – the oldest social housing estate in the world

obestowed by Jakob Fugger »the Rich« in 1521

· Fuggerei Museum
· Second World War bunker in the Fuggerei
· Visit to typical home

Opening times (every day):
April – September: 8.00 – 20.00
Otober – March: 9.00 – 18.00

Charge for entry:
Adults: 4 € per Person
Cildren(8–18 years): 2 € per Person
School groups: 15 €
Concessions (Groups of more than 10 adults, Senior citizens, stuents, people wit disabilities):3 € per Person
Family ticket: 8 €

Foundation managed by:

Fürstlich und Gräflich Fuggersche Stiftungen
Fuggerei 56 · 86152 Augsburg
http://www.fugger.de/

Welser-themed guided tours

The Welsers managed one of the most influential trading houses of its time. Their wealth rested on the spice and cloth trades. As well as establishing numerous »factories« – or subsidiaries – in Europe, they also held a dependency in Santo Domingo – which is how they made the great business leap across The Pond.