A walk through Ehrenfeld

If you want to get to know Cologne from its most colourful side, our neighbourhood (“Veedel”) tour through Ehrenfeld is your right choice. The district has a lot to offer, even to those who have settled in Cologne for some time – and hence, there is always something to discover in this district right at the heartbeat of our city.

The upcoming dates:

Our Veedel tours are taking a winter break. We will be back in April/May. Until then, check out our Dark Side of the Dom tour or the regular free walking tours!


Of course, our tour through Cologne Ehrenfeld takes place outside the conventional guided tours of mass tourism. We will show you the multicultural Ehrenfeld as it lives and breathes and feed you with insider tips from people native in Cologne.

On our Veedel tour, you will learn how the district has evolved from a worker’s district to the most popular place of residence for Cologne students. From the meeting point of Germany’s largest mosque, we will be on our tour for about 2 hours to explore the secret corners of the district – and have a look at a wall or two, since Ehrefeld has a lot of fascinating (street) art to discover and learn about.

In order to fully capture Ehrenfeld’s way of life, a look at the dynamic business culture and the lively world of pubs in the most popular streets of the Veedel will not be missed. With lively anecdotes we will tell you the most interesting facts about Ehrenfeld’s exciting history. At the Neptunplatz, Körnerstraße and at the Bunker K101 we will learn more about the legend of the Thebaer, the three windows design and the industry of Ehrenfeld.


The most important dates for your Veedel tour:

Early Bird tickets for this Veedel tour cost 9.50€ per person. Afterwards, you can purchase the regular tickets for 11€. Please buy a ticket in advance.

The English tour starts at 5 p.m. in front of the DITIB Central Mosque (Venloer Strasse 160) and takes about 2 hours.

With up to 7 people, groups of friends or teams can book our Veedel tour as well. Larger groups, however, can book a private tour through the Veedel of their choice. The tour will be held in German or English. To stay up-to-date, join the Facebook event of this tour.

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