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Cologne-Bonn

Cologne-Bonn
The city of Cologne was founded by the Romans in 50 AD. The impressive dome is Germany's largest cathedral and a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Both Cologne and Bonn have a good variety of public parks and offer lots of leisure activities along the Rhine.

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Worth knowing

Worth knowing

Germany
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: German
  • Capital: Berlin
  • Austrian flight destination: Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne, Leipzig, Munich, Stuttgart, Usedom
Airport
  • Cologne/Bonn Airport (CGN): The airport is located 15 km (9 miles) southeast of Cologne.
  • Address: Kennedystr., 51147 Cologne, Germany
  • Telephone: +49 22 0340 4001
  • Airport Cologne-Bonn You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.


Where to stay in Cologne-Bonn

Where to stay in Cologne-Bonn
Domappartement
You need not dismount at Excelsior to see the cathedral up close. The Domappartements represent a cheaper alternative, situated just a stone`s throw from the Lanxess Arena and the Philharmonie concert hall. Light, roomy and modern the apartments offer additional touches such as Nespresso coffee machines and cosy Hästens beds. If you get tired of waiting for George Clooney to show up then step outside and within just a couple of minutes you`ll be at Domplatte, ready to soak up the pulsating nightlife of Cologne.
Antik Hotel
Hopper Hotel

Where to eat in Cologne-Bonn

Where to eat in Cologne-Bonn
Chino Latino
London, Leeds, Nottingham and Cologne. Apart from three English cities there's now also a subsidiary of the Pan-Asian restaurant concept with a special twist in the city on the Rhine. The menu unites influences from China, South East Asia and modern Japan. That means more specifically: there is sushi, dim sum and tempura but also main courses like red snapper grilled in banana leaf with lemon grass-coconut-sauce or black codfish in chilli-garlic-marinade with mango-caviar. Afterwards the guests can choose between desserts like yogurt cake with a liquid core, passion fruit jelly and blue curaçao air or red bull snow with lemon fruit salad. The dishes are served step-by-step. In this way a communicative and relaxed atmosphere is created. And in the Latin American cocktail bar the barkeeper serves drinks with fine and fresh ingredients.
Chez Chef
Feynsinn

What to see in Cologne-Bonn

What to see in Cologne-Bonn
Cologne Cathedral
The cathedral: it is easy to locate as it acts as a navigation point for locating everything else. Standing at 157 metres tall it was for many years the city's tallest building. Today only the telecommunications tower reaches higher into the sky. Nevertheless life in Cologne mostly revolves around the monumental construction - that is of course until the jesters take over. Those who pass through the great entrance as non-believers may well find themselves reconsidering once inside. The giant halls leave visitors feeling so small and insignificant that humbleness will take care of itself. But the cathedral also moves with the times. When Gerhard Richter created the south transept window in 2007, he chose instead of the proposed Bible scene to design a colourful mosaic, which resembles the pixels of a computer screen. Although the original reaction was one of anger, the uproar has since settled down leaving Richter's work to enlighten church goers and art critics alike.
Apropos
Pollerwiesen

Where to shop in Cologne-Bonn

Where to shop in Cologne-Bonn
Salon Ludvík
If you're looking for that special dress for stepping out onto the red carpet, you can do a lot worse than head to Salon Ludvík. Here tailored art is conceived and created for elegant television stars. Fenja Ludwig's motto is 'Panta rhei' (everything is in flux). Flowing materials, low-cut backs and dove motifs stand at the forefront of the chic label. The couture icon is in touch with her craft, emphasising the female body without restraining it, while bridging the gap with her unmistakeable style between Parisian tradition and modern Cologne.
Chang 13
Zeitgeist Cologne

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