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What are the best Museums in Cologne?
Big fan of museums…but somehow you’ve wound up in Cologne and not Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid, Barcelona, etc.? Not to worry! Cologne doesn’t have the most well known museums in the world. …
When is the best time to visit Cologne
When should I visit Cologne? You’ve done the research. You know what to see, where to see it, what food to eat, and what tours to do. You just don’t know when…
What are some Free Things to do in Cologne?
We’ve all been there on vacation; counting the cash we’ve spent throughout the day and wondering if we really needed to buy that vintage track suit we found that we’re totally gonna…
What are the top tourist attractions in Cologne?
Cologne has plenty of highlights and we go into detail on a lot of those in our travel blogs and even more so on our Neighbourhood tours (Veedel means Neighbourhood here!). That’s…
How Many Days Should I Spend in Cologne?
Planning a trip to visit the best city in Germany, if not Europe (we think it’s us in Cologne)? You may find yourself asking “How many days should I spend in Cologne?” …
How to Get to the Airport in Cologne
Congratulations! You’ve booked a trip to Cologne and you’re about to land at the KölnBonn Airport, our main air travel hub in the Cologne area. However, in between the salted peanuts and…
Traditional Foods to Try in Cologne
So you’re in Cologne, Germany, a charming city in Western Germany known as Köln to Germans and Kölle to the locals. You’re a foodie and you’re looking to dive into some of…
Sustainable Travel in Cologne
Travel is a huge part of many of our lives! With almost all destinations easier to get to than ever, cheap flights, and constant social media reminders of new places to go,…
Best Beers in Cologne
Kölsch, Cologne’s beer. A tasty Pilsner-style beverage that’s light and crisp, easy to drink and served in fun, little glasses. The beer in Cologne. If you read that last sentence in a…
Reasons to Visit Düsseldorf for a Day
One always hears about big cities situated along the River Rhine, with their magnificent cathedrals, prominent castles standing high on the hills which look sometimes straight out of fairy-tales. One such quaint town not too far from Cologne is Bad Münstereifel.