Staying at the MEININGER Hotel Cologne City Center right in the heart of the city you probably won’t need a car or even a taxi to explore Cologne. Some of the most cozy and nicest bars and shops are right around the corner. Like the ‘Orlando’. Going there for breakfast or just one of their huge Cafe latte is a perfect start in the day.
Spending a holiday in Cologne with its Christmas markets, warming hot red wine, and mouthwatering foods is irresistible.
We’re spilling the beans on the best second-hand shops in Cologne When it comes to shopping in Cologne, there’s a world of fashion waiting for you to discover it with the spotlight on second-hand shopping. In this complete guide, we’ll dive deep into the vibrant universe of second-hand boutiques, thrift …
Cologne, often overlooked in favor of more famous German cities, is an incredible destination for intrepid explorers like you! Unlike the high expectations concept that can lead to “Paris Syndrome”, Cologne is a modest city that quietly reveals its captivating attractions, history, and culture. Let’s dive into the top 10 …
You won’t be able to miss this tower when you’re out exploring Cologne. It is the best way to get a look at the city from above! The entrance fee is 3 €, for that you get into a lift which takes you up to the platform within seconds.
Discover the best ways to experience Cologne in just one day! From historic landmarks to vibrant local culture, we’ve got you covered! 👉👉
Looking for something different to do in Cologne? Check out these 10 fun facts about the city that you never knew!
Sightseeing can be an exhausting thing to do and for sure makes you hungry. And when it’s time to bring back the power to explore more, small and low priced dishes might do the trick. You are
lucky. In the heart of Cologne you will find endless options to grab a quick lunch or a snack to take away or eat in one of the many cool restaurants. But we’d like to help you out: here is our selection of 6 great snack bars in Cologne!
The precursor to Carnival as we know it today was being celebrated 5000 years ago in Mesopotamia, and already in the Middle Ages the high-spirited celebrations that mark the beginning of Lent – including the practice of dressing up – were widespread and popular. Today, Carnival exists in different variations worldwide and generally divides people into two categories. On the one hand, you have the fans: those who love dressing up, who are always on the lookout for an extraordinary costume and who are barely able to stand the anticipation in the build-up to Carnival season.