The district-free city on both sides of the Danube about 80 kilometers north of Munich is the second largest city in Upper Bavaria with currently almost 137,000 inhabitants. Ingolstadt was first mentioned in a document in 806 with the name "villa Ingoldesstat". From the 14th to the 18th century, the nickname "hundred-towered city" was also common due to the massive city wall with dozens of towers. Elaborately restored town houses and the old town hall from the 14th century, the former duke's castle from the 13th century as well as the Tilly House from 1710 and fortifications such as Fort Prinz Karl from 1881 characterize the townscape. After 1945, the German car manufacturer Audi settled here, which also operates an adventure park with a museum, demonstrations and gastronomy.
Where is Ingolstadt?Ingolstadt is a German city in the south of the federal state of Bavaria, around 71 km north of the state capital München. There are about 137.000 inhabitants living in Ingolstadt.
Ingolstadt also includes the formerly independent municipalities of Brunnenreuth, Dünzlau, Etting, Gerolfing, Hagau, Irgertsheim, Mailing, Mühlhausen, Oberhaunstadt, Pettenhofen and Zuchering.
Weather in Ingolstadt
Der Wetterbericht für Ingolstadt am 24.03.2023: Den ganzen Tag über wechselhaftes Wetter. Zwischendurch kann es regnen bei Temperaturen von 11 bis 12 Grad und schwachem Wind aus Süd bis Südwest. tagsüber wird durchschnittlich eine Temperatur von 8 °C erreicht, nachts kühlen die Temperaturen auf bis zu -0 °C ab.
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