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Historic Town Hall
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Hi I am thinking of visiting on a weekend break how to prices for eating and drinking and attractions compare to other cities please Thank you Wendy
Cologne is a friendly, walkable town. Most of the restaurants we went to were reasonably priced and there was a lot of choice in cuisines as well. We ate at a lot of the Kolsch breweries and we met a lot of locals this way and had a great time. Fruh was our favorite! Did not do a lot of attractions but we walked past a few of them, just strolling along the river was fun in itself. The church of course is hard to miss and has some neat historical archaeological things around it, all of which are out in the open - (free) to peruse. I dont think you will be disappointed.
We are in our 70s and will arrive to Cologne by train. We will only have a 4 or 5 hours to visit. Is it a short walk from the Cathedral to Old town? Is there a tram to get around? We can't walk miles... Is there anything else we really need to see in our short time there? Thanks!
Altstadt is just round the corner.. have fun!
Hello! I'm visiting Germany for the first time and I was hoping to see cologne cathedral on my 2nd day. I'm staying in Frankfurt, but I'm planning to check the cologne for a day and then go back to Frankfurt. With the tour, do I have to stay in Cologne hotel to be picked up or is there any other places to be picked up by the minivans or the tour? Thanks and hope to hear from you guys soon! Sincerely, Jessica
Meeting place for tours is at Tourist Information Centre infront of Cathedral. If your hotel is in city centre the cathedral is reachable on foot.
Hi, I've read your reviews about Cologne and found them very helpful. We (myself & my wife) intend to visit Cologne for 2 days in July (we'll be coming after spending 3 days in Berlin). We've booked a hotel very close to the Cathedral. The main purpose of our trip is to walk around and enjoy the "historical" aspects of the City. Will be grateful for your advice on how to maximise our requirements during the short 2 days stay. Thanks & regards Waqas
Hello, the previous answers have recommended all the main sight-seeing atractions. Apart from the online tourism websites, there is a tourist office right on the cathedral square, where you can pick up maps and info. The old town is very lively - lovely in summer, as you can walk along the river, have a drink or dinner in the restaurants which have tables outside. The menus there are in English too. On the other side of the old town and the river, over the bridge, there is the Hyatt Hotel. For a lovely view, visit their restaurant Glashaus on the top (pricey but good) The most typical local pubs are Päffgen and Früh. The latter is near the cathedral. There you can have the local (very hearty!) specialities of knuckle of pork with saurkraut, Bratwurst (the local sausage, very tasty) with Bratkartoffeln (fried potatoes with onions) Himmel'n Äd which is blood pudding with apples, onions and mashed potatoes. The interior is typical and worth seeing. You can (like I do!) just have a salad or something less daunting! There are restaurants of every type in Cologne. The ones near the cathedral are all very touristy, though sitting on the Rhine is fun, plus there is a Thai restaurant there which is good, but I would advise going further afield the second evening.You can take the tram which goes from the cathedral You have to buy a ticket then stamp it in the machine on the tram. There is a little train which goes from the cathedral to the chocolate museum ( I personally found the museum uninteresting, but coffee in their café is good as you have a lovely view).There is also a hop on hop off bus which like everywhere, allows you to get on and off when you like. I would recommend that.There are lots of pubs and cafés - if you want to have the typical Kaffe und Kuchen go to Café Reichart right on the cathedral square. One interesting museum is the Stadt museum, as it is about the history of cologne. There are also good shops - Jakobi, Kaufhof, Appelrath und Cupper, if your wife feels like doing some shopping..! There's also a cinema showing English films called Metropolis, near Ebertplatz. Feel free to contact me again if you want to know anything else as I've lived just outside Cologne for years, so know it well. Enjoy your trip!