Cologne, fourth largest city of Germany, has a strong commercial and industrial past. Headquarters of important industrial and insurance groups are established in the city. Moreover, Cologne is one of the major cultural centres of the country and the German capital of publishing and media.
Cologne’s exhibition centre, the fifth largest worldwide, hosts each year many trade fairs, which contribute to the city’s international reputation.
The city has twelve Roman churches and many museums as the Roman-Germanic Museum, a testimony of the city’s past. The capital of the region of North Rhine is not only a touristic and university city, but also well known for its carnival.
1. Cologne Cathedral (between 30 minutes and 2h)
2. Museum Ludwig (between 2h and half a day)
3. Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud (between 2h and half a day)
4. Roman-Germanic Museum (between 2h and half a day)
5. Rhine promenade
PLACES TO GO:
1. Belgisches Viertel
3. Kwartier Latäng
4. Friesen Viertel
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