Koeln Travel Guide


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    Have you heard of Koeln or Cologne? Not many people have known about this place but for travelers, it is definitely a city worth the time and the visit. It is actually a city of endless fascinations and the most famous tourist destination in Germany. The place is a living testimony of its history an...

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Hotels in Koeln (196 Hotels) See All Koeln Hotels

  • Cologne Marriott Hotel

    Found in Cologne, Cologne Marriott Hotel is a finest hotel comfortably positioned in close proximity to DomTreff - der Treffpunkt am Breslauer Platz, St Kunibert Basilica...

  • Hyatt Regency Cologne

    Located in Cologne, Hyatt Regency Cologne is a finest hotel conveniently positioned around Hohenzollern Bridge, KoelnTriangle and Frankenwerft. Many other visited tourist...

  • Hotel Stadtpalais

    Hotel Stadtpalais is one of the best, finest places to stay in Cologne. Perfectly located near KoelnTriangle, Odysseum and Eiscafe Elia, Hotel Stadtpalais is sincerely a ...

  • Pullman Cologne

    Pullman Cologne is among the ideal, premium places to stay in Cologne. Beautifully situated close to Elements Cologne, Friesen and Sunset lounge, Pullman Cologne is unque...

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  • Cologne Cathedral

    Cologne Cathedral

    Dompropstei Margaret...

    Cologne Cathedral (officially, English: High Cathedral of St. Peter) is a Roman Catholic church in C...

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  • Wallraf Richartz Museum

    Wallraf Richartz Mus...

    Obenmarspforten

    The Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud is one of the three major museums in Cologne, German...

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  • Schn%c3%bctgen Museum

    Schnütgen Museum

    Cäcilienstraße 29

    The Schnütgen Museum (Museum Schnütgen in German) in Cologne (Köln), Germany is devoted to Christian...

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  • Kolumba

    Kolumba

    Kolumbastraße 4

    The Kolumba (previously Diözesanmuseum, "Diocesan Museum") is an art museum in Cologne, Germany. It ...

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About Koeln

Have you heard of Koeln or Cologne? Not many people have known about this place but for travelers, it is definitely a city worth the time and the visit. It is actually a city of endless fascinations and the most famous tourist destination in Germany. The place is a living testimony of its history and magnificent architecture. You can find medieval churches, untouched postwar structures, ancient Roman wall, and futuristic buildings all in one place together. The people are known to be open-minded and easy to get along with a glass of beer or during the springtime festival. If you’re thinking of visiting this marvelous city, stop thinking anymore and do it! Whether you’re in a tight budget travel plan or in a lavish vacation trip, Cologne has plenty of things to offer that will suit both. So go ahead and book that ticket and be ready to have the time of your life! Cologne Cathedral. Of course, you can’t miss stopping over the most famous tourist landmark of the city, the largest gothic church of Germany, Cologne Cathedral. This Cathedral is known to be very old and one of the few survivors of the aerial bomb attacks during the Second World War. So as you can see, it has gone through some tough and damaging times but it remained standing even to this day. The great thing about visiting this cathedral is that it’s for free. You can also even check out the Domforum, it’s the visitor center of the Cathedral. There you can find people to assist you with any questions, some literatures in 16 different languages, refreshments, a video and information about the tours in the Cathedral. For three Euros, you can experience climbing the Cathedral tower with 500 steps to get a good view of the city and for a closer view of the church bells. For another five Euros, you can visit the Cathedral treasury where you can find numerous rooms filled with medieval jewels, garments and relics. When you combine both the climbing of the Cathedral tower and the visit to the Cathedral treasury, you only get to pay six Euros. Padlock Bridge. The Hohenzollern Bridge is most known as the Padlock Bridge because of a tradition that took over the city. As a symbol of one’s commitment, lovers are sealing their love literally by attaching carved padlocks on the famous bridge then throwing the key away into the river Rhine. You and your partner can visit the bridge and join the craze by padlocking your love to the bridge. Belgian Quarter. Never leave the city without bagging some bargain at the famous Belgian Quarter. It is a neighborhood filled of great boutiques, cafes, shops and restaurants. You can find all things here from men’s and women’s fashion, trendy accessories, and even cool records and other stuff. Chocolate Museum. For “Chocoholics”, visit this place to learn how to make chocolates. You can watch them make their own chocolate and even get a free taste!

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