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Beethoven House

Beethoven HouseNearby City

4.2/574 Reviews
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Famous Residences
"In 1889, it was converted into a former residence museum, which is the largest collection of Beethoven’s life in the world today. ~ The birthplace of the great composer Beethoven"
Schloss Drachenburg

Schloss DrachenburgNearby City

4.4/526 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
"The exterior of the castle is beautiful, and the interior decoration is also good. The promenade on the first floor is painted, and the roofs and furniture of the bedroom and living room are all solid wood. The bearskin carpets on the ground, the large murals on the walls, and the glaze patterns on the glass can all show the luxury of Dragon Fort."
Altes Rathaus

Altes RathausNearby City

4.1/538 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
"This baroque old town hall is located on the market square in the old town. The whole building is beautiful pink with silver and gold decorations. The City Hall was built in 1737 and is 33 years older than Beethoven."
Hohenzollern Bridge

Hohenzollern BridgeNearby City

4.5/5218 Reviews
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Open 24 hours (Local time)
"The Hohenzollern Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Rhine in Köln, Germany. It crosses the Rhine at 688.5 kilometers. Initially, the bridge was both a railway bridge and a road bridge. However, after the destruction of the Second World War in 1945 and subsequent reconstruction, only railways and pedestrians can pass."
Cologne Christmas Markets

Cologne Christmas MarketsNearby City

4.5/536 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
"Of course, the Christmas market has to send out this dazzling array of things. Unfortunately, this place only accepts cash. As a result, I can’t afford anything. I found a stall selling fried almonds. I can afford a small bag with the last coin. Dozens of flavors are really delicious. They are so delicious that they cry. Alas, a stall. After this festival, I can’t find it when I want to find it. I also found a ceramic shop. All kinds of little things are so cute. One tree ceramics, one wooden car ceramics, one corner ceramics, the classifiers are not enough"
Old Street along Rhine

Old Street along RhineNearby City

4.6/570 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"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"
Cologne City Hall

Cologne City HallNearby City

4.5/570 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Open on Mon,Wed-Thu,8:00am-4:00pm;Open on Tue,8:00am-6:00pm;Open on Fri,8:00am-12:00am (Local time)
"Cologne’s historic city hall was built in 1569 and is one of the most typical Renaissance buildings. It is listed in almost all art history dictionaries. The tower of the Cologne City Hall was built between 1407 and 1414. As a symbol of its city rule, its five-story building, with a total height of 61 meters, became the first secular "high-rise building" in Cologne."

NibelungenhalleNearby City

4.2/59 Reviews
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"This is a very good location. It is recommended to use sturdy shoes. We did not participate in the tour because there were too many people waiting outside. The view of the castle is very beautiful. You can take beautiful photos. The only negative effects are the waiting time before you drive to the parking lot (about 30 minutes on Monday morning) and the extremely unfriendly and annoying park guide."
Koeln Triangle

Koeln TriangleNearby City

4.3/551 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Open on Fri-Sat,11:30am-10:00pm;Open on Sun,4:30pm-9:00pm;Open on Mon-Thu,4:30pm-10:00pm (Local time)
"There are not many high-rise buildings in the city of Cologne. This triangular building can be regarded as a landmark building. The 29th floor inside is a viewing platform with views of the Rhine River and the Cologne Cathedral in the distance. [Scenery] It’s nice to come here at night [Fun] The scenery is very open [Cost-effective] understand the scenery in the north"

BruhlNearby City

4.4/532 Reviews
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"Bruhl is a famous tourist town in Germany. It is bordered by the famous Cologne in the north and Bonn, which was the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany in the south. It is one of the must-visit places to experience the gorgeous castles and garden towns in Germany. It was wise to choose Brühl on the last day. It was more exciting than I thought, and it also made my trip to Germany come to an end. Tips: The train from Cologne to Bruhl takes less than 20 minutes, and the round-trip fare is only 7.6 euros. Fort Augustus is near the railway station. There is another royal garden in the town, Falkenras, and the earliest Disney in Europe. Style amusement park-Dreamland, friends with plenty of time can choose more attractions. During the trip to Bruhl, I was shocked by the gorgeous Rococo style inside Fort Augustus. What I liked more was taking a leisurely walk in a quiet town and seeing where other people lived. I was envious!" is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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