Attractions & Culture in Cologne
The Gothic Cathedral not only is the city’s distinctive feature but also Germany’s most visited attraction.
Cologne’s highly diversified museum scene offers something for every taste.
Cologne’s Old Town has a distinctive historical charm.
Cologne cable car
Experience a stunning bird’s eye view of the cathedral city, crossing the Rhine in a cable car.
The newly designed Rheinauhafen waterfront complex is an attractive district of Cologne.
The Cologne Opera offers productions that are outstanding for their music and staging.
Cologne Philharmonic Hall
Cologne Philharmonic Hall is located close to Cologne Cathedral. Concerts are staged almost every day.
Cologne boasts twelve Romanesque churches that are adorned with countless sculptures, and paintings.
The Turkish-Islamic Union for Religious Affairs is building a huge new mosque.
The synagogue is the largest religious and cultural centre for the Jewish communities in Cologne.
Historic Town Hall
With a history going back almost 900 years, Cologne’s Town Hall is Germany’s oldest one.
Parks & Gardens
You can find green lungs everywhere in the city. They are ideal open spaces for recreation and walks.
Memorials & Wells
Without its countless characteristic memorials and wells, Cologne wouldn’t be Cologne.
Theatres & Stages
Excellent international ensembles fascinate theatre aficionados with top-perfomance delights.
Cologne's beautiful environs are ideal for day excursions by car or bike.
Cologne - from a Roman colony to a cosmopolitan city.
Cologne is vibrant with outstanding events all year round. A multi-faceted programme awaits you.
Culture is an essential feature of the buzzing metropolis of Cologne. The Cologne Cathedral, World Heritage Site, world-class museums, numerous theatres, the Philharmonic and Opera House attract visitors from all over the world.