This spacious, comfortable apartment can easily sleep up to 5 guests. The room comes with free Wi-Fi and with accessibility to a laundry room. The apartment is centrally located, and if you are traveling by car, you will appreciate the free parking space behind the building., key advantages: bright, spacious, comfortably furnished, 1 living/family room, , fully equipped kitchen, There is parking in front of the house available for this object, We have three differently sized apartments to offer, small, middle or large size, the latter for up to five.
The bright, spacious and comfortably equipped 1 -, 2 - and 3-room apartments range from 30 to 70 sq.m.
All apartments have fully equipped kitchens and are fully furnished, with TV, shower / toilet or bathtub / toilet.
The rooms with high ceiling - typical of the style of the early 50s - are lovingly and individually furnished, e.g. with period furniture.
A laundry room with washer, dryer, ironing board, etc is available to our guests, as is a fitness room.
Living like at home, whether you just want to spend a vacation, need to be here on business, come to live here and want to go apartment hunting without pressure, or are a regular visitor and looking for a domicile to use, whenever you need it.
With the Altstadt-Apartments, you have a comfortable temporary home, centrally located, combining the advantages of one’s own home – high-quality, comfortable atmosphere, independence and self-reliance – with the advantages of a sensible hotel-like service.
Wi-Fi/DSL internet access and telephone available in all apartments. Parking spots directly in the backyard.
Prices and Offers: Prices vary depending on apartment size and number of guests.
Affordable monthly rental possible; just inquire if you plan on staying longer.
Prices also vary depending on season (e.g. Christmas, Easter, time when fairs are in session, etc.). Detailed information, especially on fairs’ dates, at the event calendar of Augsburg.
Location Munich Airport: This unit is located conveniently near Munich Airport. From Munich Airport the distance to the unit at Quergässchen 1, 86152 Augsburg is about 88 km (55.0 miles), approximately a 57 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Augsburg, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $77-$175 for 2 persons.
Unit Size: 753 square feet
Additional Features: Internet Access, Wireless Internet, Washing Machine, Clothes Dryer, Television
Location and How to Get Here: We are just five minutes by foot from the historical city center with pedestrian zone, town hall and the renowned Fuggerei. If you get to Augsburg by plane: Augsburg has its own airport. On the B2, you get into the inner city in about 20 minutes. The airport Munich-Erding is one hour away from Augsburg; see following. If you get to Augsburg by car: Augsburg is well connected to the West, North or East by way of the autobahn Munich-Stuttgart (A8). From Nuremberg, you can also reach us on the Romantic Road (B2). Shortly before reaching Augsburg, follow the signs to the city center (Rathausplatz or Königsplatz); we are just a few minutes from there. If you get to Augsburg by train: Inter City trains offer equally fast and comfortable travel. All larger European cities can be reached from Augsburg by train (IC or ICE), at least once a day. At the train station, you can catch a taxi which will get you to the Altstadt-Apartments in just five minutes. More information at the information services of the Deutsche Bahn AG.
More travel info about Augsburg: Augsburg is an independent city in southwestern Bavaria. The college town is home of the Regierungsbezirk and Bezirk adminstrative regions and the Landkreis Augsburg. Augsburg is currently the third largest city in Bavaria with more than 264,000 citizens. Only Munich and Nuremberg are larger. The name of the city dates from the Roman settlement Augusta Vindelicorum. The city was founded by the Roman emperor Augustus 15 BC as a castra, making Augsburg the second oldest city in Germany after Trier.