The fourth-largest city in Germany, with headquarters in North-Rhine Westphalia, has been a city of the city since the year 50 after Christ's birth and was once called Colonia. The city is today one of the most important cultural and economic metropolises. Not to be forgotten is the fact that Cologne is regarded as the Carnival Hochburg. The most famous building is the Cologne Cathedral as a Roman-Catholic church, which is located in the center near the railway station and the Rhine. Since 1996, it has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is the landmark of the city. Industries such as automotive manufacturing, the food industry and the publishing industry as well as insurance companies have established themselves here. To visit an interesting fair in Cologne, you should look for an appropriate hotel room at an early stage.
A comfortable hotel at the time of a trade fair. Not only in the carnival season is it not so easy to get a hotel room according to your own wishes. Even if a fair takes place, should be searched in time for a hotel to guarantee a hotel reservation. The Anuga as a trade fair for food and food, the imm cologne as a trade fair for furniture and furnishings and the Photokina as a trade fair for the photo industry are just a few of the many events attracting numerous visitors. Cologne is aimed at large guests. Even if no such events are provided, the city is always full of tourists from all over the world. The well developed traffic network in the near and far range makes it possible to do without your own car. Whether by plane, by train, by tram or by the Rhine ferry and of course by taxi, in some way you can get in and through the city.
The Cologne Cathedral and much more. It is almost a must, that Cologne is not only for important events and for business reasons. Here there are so many buildings to admire, parks to wander through and the business streets to stroll, that a few days more always worthwhile. In addition to the Cologne Cathedral, the church of St. Martin in the Romanesque style is an important point of reference. The art nouveau buildings in the Belgian Quarter are just as worth seeing as the Botanical Gardens and the Cologne Zoo. The chocolate museum in the Rheinauhafen might have an attractive effect for the sweet tooth. The Cologne water or Eau de Cologne was created in the Farina house, where the fragrance museum provides interesting insights. The hustle and bustle of nightlife in the city center is legendary and is enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. The old town and the student quarter as well as the Friesenviertel are just some of the points where you can enjoy the famous Kölsch, a small light beer in an oblong 0.2 liter glass, the so-called bar, in cozy pubs.