Cologne
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Cologne: Guided Highlights Tour with a Local

1. Cologne: Guided Highlights Tour with a Local

Explore the cathedral from the outside. View the Dionysius mosaic from the outside the Roman-Germanic Museum. Stop by the Heizelmännchen fountain. Discover the town hall, the Alter Markt, and the banks of the Rhine River. See the well-preserved Roman ruins from when Cologne was a Roman colony. Walk along the old Roman city wall and see the “Roman Tower,” the northwestern corner tower of the Roman city wall, which is almost completely preserved. Stroll down the Roman harbor road and see a section of the Roman sewer.

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Cologne: Street Art Bike Tour

2. Cologne: Street Art Bike Tour

On a sleepy Sunday, when the city seems to lie at rest and a stillness fills the streets of quirky Cologne, take an interesting tour through the hip Belgian quarter and quirky Ehrenfeld area of the city. Rent a bicycle near the Eigelsteintor and cruise through the city on your Citybike as you hear interesting information from your guide. Discover the different forms of street art around the city and see pieces by artists from around the world. Learn about the background and techniques of this art form and its artists, and see another style of art of provisionality and perpetual change, before taking a relaxing break in a local café.

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Cologne: 3-Hour Südstadt Food Tour

3. Cologne: 3-Hour Südstadt Food Tour

Start your 3-hour walking tour at Chlodwigplatz, in the heart of the Südstadt. Learn some culinary facts about the district before enjoying your first taster. Hear about the history of the Südstadt as the walk continues. Stop for your second international gastronomical visit. Continue past cool second-hand shops, comic book stores, and the Mangal Döner, Lukas Podolski's latest project. Visit a Cologne brewery before stopping for a typical Cologne snack. Get more insider knowledge from your guide and hear the story of the House Balchem, St. Severin, and the wrong side of the Rhine. Savor another international delicacy and then end the tour with a sweet specialty.

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Cologne: Private Tour with a Local

4. Cologne: Private Tour with a Local

Transform the way you travel and make it as much about the people you meet as the places you see. Get a welcome to Cologne from a local eager to share all the tips and tricks to help you make the most of your stay. You can meet at your hotel or Airbnb accommodation and get familiar with the neighborhood. Learn all the insider tips, such as the best places to eat and buy groceries, and the easiest ways to get around. Alternatively, arrange to meet at a central landmark or intersection to start your walking tour. Hear about the top things to see and do in the city, customized to your interests. By the end of your tour, you will feel more comfortable navigating the city and confident that you have all the information you need.

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Cologne: Private Rickshaw Tour

5. Cologne: Private Rickshaw Tour

Start your private rickshaw tour at the official tourist office in central part of Cologne. Cool down or warm up with a refreshing hot or cold beverage on your trip. Roll by Früh, Heinzelmännchenbrunnen, Dionysos Mosaic, and Hohenzollernbreach. Let your expert driver reveal wonderful panoramic views of the cathedral and of and the east side of the river. Decided to finish your tour at the riverside or in another part of the city center, depending which you choose, continue in the higher part of the city or the riverside. Picking to end in the upper city will take you on a visit of the house of Johan Maria Farina to learn more about the invention of Eu de Cologne. Drive by the town hall and town hall tower, before proceeding to hei and vibrant old market Selecting to end by the riverside will take you on a journey to the southern part of the city with stops at the Chocolate museum, Crane buildings, and Yachthafen.

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Cologne: Tour in German - West to East from Rudolfplatz

6. Cologne: Tour in German - West to East from Rudolfplatz

Starting at the medieval Hahnentorburg on Rudolfsplatz, you will discover several milestones of the city’s history. Discover the shop pavilions of the 50s on Hahnenstraße, the Römerturm as the only completely preserved tower of the old city fortifications and Cologne Cathedral as the destination point. Along the way, you will meet some Cologne originals. For example, learn about the horse heads on Richmodstraße at Neumarkt.

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What people are saying about Cologne

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 102 reviews

The city guide was great and gave us a good and Cologne tour through the city. I took the tour as a company outing with my employees, and I would be happy to book this city tour again in a different constellation (friends, family)!

Very nice guide and nice guide. Questions were answered patiently and professionally. Only the Heinzelmännchen fountain was missing.

Sights and details that you will not find in a booklet. Well worth it.

Informative, entertaining, entertaining and not too strenuous.

Very nice tour with lots of interested parties details!