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"What can I see around Konigsbrunn? Is it too far from Munich? What about getting to Oktoberfest? I will just be staying there for a week." (posted 08/18/2014)

Koenigsbrunn is located south of Augsburg. Konigsbrunn itself is not a nice town, but it is worthwhile to visit the city of Augsburg. Learn more about Augsburg under: www.augsburg.de It is only about 1 hour by train to Oktoberfest
Answer provided by Michael Fux on 08/19/2014
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Konigsbrunn has relatively few tourist highlights except for the Lechfeld Museum (famous battle against the Hungarians - Birth of the German Empire) and the thermal baths. However, Augsburg (15 minutes), Landsberg (20 minutes), and Munich (50 minutes) are not far by car. Especially Augsburg (one of the oldest cities in Germany) is easy to reach by public transport. The trip to Oktoberfest by public transport is possible, but takes longer. Perhaps there are also direct buses or excursions. Have fun in Konigsbrunn! Best wishes, Wolfgang Bremser
Answer provided by Wolfgang Dr. Bremser on 08/19/2014
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Königsbrunn Overview

Königsbrunn is a municipality and the largest town in the district of Augsburg (Augsburg vacation rentals | Augsburg travel guide), in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the left bank of the Lech, approx. 10 km south of Augsburg.

Königsbrunn include the following districts: Fohlenhof, Königsbrunn-Gewerbegebiet, Lechau and Neuhaus. The Lechaumühle belongs to the community Schmiechen.

Things to See in Königsbrunn

Mercateum, the worlds biggest globe to rely on a historical map

Mithräum

Archaeological Museum Königsbrunn

Lechfeld Museum

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More about the History of Königsbrunn

Königsbrunn is one of the youngest settlements in Bavaria. It became an independent commune in 1842 and obtained the municipal law 125 years later, in 1967. In 1688 the bishop built a custom house at the crossroad of Via Claudia, which is called the "Neuhaus". It is the oldest building of the young city.

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Königsbrunn is a municipality and the largest town in the district of Augsburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the left bank of the Lech, approx. 10 km south of Augsburg.

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