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Koenigsbrunn is a nice municipality in Germany, located more exactly within the Bavaria state, in the Swabia region and the Augsburg district, on the banks of the river Lech, being the largest town in the district at the same time. The history of Koenigsbrunn goes back to 1842, when it became an independent commune, being therefore one of the youngest settlements in the Bavaria area. Since then, Koenigsbrunn has developed hugely, especially due to its proximity to Augsburg. According to the 2010 census, Koenigsbrunn has a total population of 27,406 residents and spans on a total area of 7.10 square miles (18.40 sq km).

Top Attractions within Koenigsbrunn

The Mercateum is the largest globe based on a historical map in the world and you get to admire it in Koenigsbrunn, right in the city center. The globe is actually a memorial to the trade relations between the Swabia and Franconia Bavarian regions. A particularly interesting fact is that the globe is a museum inside, featuring an exhibition about the beginnings and development of long distance trade between India and the western world.

Ludwigshof is a terrific restaurant in Koenigsbrunn where you can enjoy a satisfying meal with your friends and family. Although the restaurant will not impress you from the outside, you will surely be charmed by the beer garden, cellar rooms and restaurant, which are set up lovely. The food is always tasty and freshly prepared, and the service is simply great. Moreover, each guest receives a tasty lard bread before the meal.

Topkapi is another great restaurant in Koenigsbrunn you could try. If you enjoy Turkish cuisine, then dining here is a must. The menu is diverse and features numerous choices that will satisfy every tastebud, including vegetarians. The prices are quite low for the wonderful food you will get. To complete your Turkish experience, you could also enjoy a glass of Turkish wine.