Landsberg am Lech
Landsberg: the treasure chest of Upper Bavaria
Also impressive are the Herkomer Museum with its mother tower “Mutterturm” from 1884, designed by the artist Sir Hubert Herkomer himself, and “Johannis” church, which is rather unassuming from the outside and houses a unique high altar designed by Dominikus Zimmermann.
Where city stroll and nature oasis meet
Landsberg in festive garb
In addition to the distinctive architectural setting, various festivities and events also attract many visitors to Landsberg every year. For example, the Olympia Filmtheater is not only the venue for open-air cinema in summer, but also one of the cinemas that show the productions for the Snowdance Independent Film Festival in January. During the Christmas season, the Christmas market takes place in the old town around the main square. You can discover these and other exciting events in the events calendar.
City tours in Landsberg
A maximum of 30 people can take part in a guided tour. The duration is either 90 or 120 minutes, depending on the extent of the tour. The programme also includes guided tours in foreign languages and accompaniment in historical costumes.
Explore Landsberg by night with torches and torches and be enchanted by the view of the illuminated old town from the “Jungfernsprungturm” tower. Follow in the footsteps of Landsberg's citizens, councillors, master builders and nuns. Or get to know places in the surrounding area, such as the bunkers of the “Welfenkaserne” or the “Teufelsküche” (Devil's Kitchen).
You can find all information about current dates and prices for city tours on the website of the city of Landsberg.