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Cologne, the city of museums, chocolate and.. cologne! Book cheap air tickets to Cologne and discover the most popular travel destination in Germany, a fabulous city full of museums, galleries and points of interest. Cologne offers an extraordinarily large amount of sights; you will particularly enjoy it if you love architecture, history, sports and, of course, chocolate! Plan your trip, organise your accommodation in Cologne, blend in with the friendly and welcoming locals and get ready to have the perfect city break!
Cologne is the fourth largest city in Germany, situated within the Nort Rhine-Westfalia federal state. The city, extending across the banks of River Rhine, was founded by the Romans in 38 BC and has now a population of 1,000,000.
Over 30 museums and hundreds of galleries can guarantee that in Cologne you’ll fall in love with art, through a journey that begins from the Roman times and reaches the cutting-edge trends of modern times.
History, art, culture, nightlife and.. chocolate, are only some of the reasons why your trip to Cologne is going to be an unforgettable one!
The airport of Cologne (Flughafen Köln/Bonn) is located 14,8 kilometes southeast of the city centre. It’s accessible by train (S-Bahn), metro (U-Bahn) and buses (lines 7 and 161).
Getting around Cologne
You can get around Cologne by metro (U-Bahn), railway (S-Bahn), trams and buses. Fares start at 1.30€ and minimum taxi fare costs 2.20€.
Head to the heart of Cologne, where the Gothic Cathedral of St. Peter dominates the skyline. Imposing, impressive and magnificent, the 157-metre-high cathedral was built in 1322, but it took 600 years for the construction to be completed.
St. Peter’s cathedral is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of Germany’s top attractions.
The Old City Hall dates back to the 15th century and is Germany’s oldest city hall. With Gothic, Renaissance and modern elements, it is an elegant building with bells ringing twice a day.
Of the 30 museums that you’ll come across in Cologne, your choice won’t be easy; however, we do suggest you don’t miss the following:
- The Ludwig Museum, a museum of modern art boasting excellent collections of pop art, surrealism, abstract art and masterpieces by Picasso, Warhol and Lichtenstein
- The Romano-Germanic Museum with archaeological collections focusing on the conservation of the Roman cultural heritage in Cologne
- The Chocolate Museum, completely and utterly dedicated to chocolate, chocolate history, chocolate-making and all kinds of chocolate-y activities; this is one of the 10 most important museums in Germany!
Cologne offers a wide variety of nightlife, festivals and activities; if you’re around on November the 11th, you’ll have the amazing opportunity to witness – and why not, become a part of – the Carnival of Cologne, along with hundreds of other locals and visitors!The official language of Cologne is German, but English and French are also widely spoken.