The Gothic Cathedral not only is the city’s distinctive feature but also Germany’s most visited attraction
Cologne’s Old Town has a distinctive historical charm. Visitors are drawn by its rustic narrow alleyways lined with traditional old houses. Innumerable breweries, pubs and restaurants invite passersby to linger. Here you can enjoy a draft Kölsch beer or try Cologne’s typical Halver Hahn sandwich.
The newly designed, restructured Rheinauhafen waterfront complex is a young and attractive district of Cologne. The waterfront district features a mix of modern residential and office buildings interspersed with many cafés, restaurants, and galleries. The centerpiece of the new Cologne promenade is the trio of buildings called the “Kranhäuser” (crane towers), which rise to a height of about 60 meters. The buildings, which are shaped like hoisting cranes, are defining elements of the skyline on the west bank of the Rhine.
The Hohenzollern Bridge in Cologne is a pilgrimage destination for lovers. Thousands of individually decorated “love locks” now decorate the bridge over the Rhine.
|Tame Impale||9 February 2016|
|Ellie Goulding||26 February 2016|
|Muse||6 March 2016|
|Museum Night||24 October 2015|
|Carnival in Cologne||11 November 2015-10 February 2016|