The Old Street on the Rhine River is a tired city street. Just on the Rhine Lake that runs through the city, the scenery of the Old Street is still good, and you can feel a lot of exquisite things. The natural characteristics of the Old Street are also very unique.
[Scenery] There are many shops on both sides of the street
[Cost-effective] high cost
The Old Street on the Rhine River is a casual European-style street that was destroyed in World War II, but now it has been restored and reconstructed.
The Rhine is also a local mother river in Cologne, Germany. This street is still well preserved. The most worth seeing is his building. We took a boat tour in the back and felt very worthwhile
Cologne is a city with a history and a story. The Old Street by the Rhine Lake retains some of the buildings rich in history at that time. The buildings on both sides are still very beautiful. I think I have time to visit the mouth
In September, I traveled to Germany on official business, made a wish at the Cologne church, walked along the Rhine, bought chocolate in Belgium, and tasted wine in Heidelberg. I am very grateful to the friendly tour guide who met us warmly and recommended his experience Choose, share many beautiful scenery and experience different customs.
The Rhine is the first big river that runs through Germany. Some people will say that it is wrong. It should be the Danube. Haha, the Danube is the first big river in Europe, but it is not as long as the Rhine in Germany. Take a boat down the river and you will see the marks of Bavaria on both sides of the bank.
The Rhine passes through Cologne, and the west bank of the Rhine is also the place where Cologne's attractions are concentrated. From the cathedral along the old street along the Rhine, you can walk leisurely to the Chocolate Museum. Of course, you can sit down and have a German-style meal in the restaurant on the old street on the Rhine, or you can take a Rhine sightseeing cruise at the dock.
Preston_Dominguez: Near the Rhine, 60 km east of Humboldt
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Cologne Cathedral,Hohenzollern Bridge,Imhoff-Stollwerck Museum,Great St. Martin Church,Cologne City Hall