Augsburg is more than 2000 years old and, along with Trier and Kempten, is one of the 3 oldest cities in Germany, and the third largest city in Bavaria. Today, the Perlachturm, the Bishop’s Residence and Augsburg Cathedral are particularly worthwhile places to visit, as well as the many museums that bring the city’s Roman influence to life again. With almost 300,000 residents, Augsburg is also home to many honorary citizens, such as the inventor of the engine which was named after him, Rudolf Diesel.
Walking from the Hauptbahnhof (main railway station) takes about 10 minutes
Cross Viktoriastraße, keep to the left, then turn right onto Prinzregentenstraße. Continue along this road until you reach the Stadttheater (city theatre), crossing Prinzregentenplatz on the way. Turn right at the Justice Building into Schaezlerstraße. In just a few metres, you will find our branch on your right-hand side in a grey building. Our office is on the third floor.
You can also reach us at KERN using the following Straßenbahn/tram lines:
Get off at "Königsplatz". From there, cross the Königsplatz park and turn right into Schaezlerstraße. Cross the Holbeinstraße. In just a few metres, you will see a grey building on your right-hand side. You will find the KERN office on the third floor.
Regardless of where you are coming from, please be sure to follow signs for Innenstadt/Hauptbahnhof (city centre/main railway station).
We recommend that you park in the Galeria Kaufhof car park. From there it is a very short walk to the KERN office. Head left out of the car park, and after only a few steps you will already be standing in front of a grey building. We are located on the third floor. For parking you could also use the car park at the railway station. You can also reach the KERN office on foot from there (see directions above).
There are currently a number of large building sites within the city centre which are part of long-term construction projects. The main railway station will soon be undergoing essential renovation work too. It is therefore possible that the routes into the city described above will be either fully or partially closed.