Cologne Central Station



Train station
Cologne’s main station is one of Europe’s most important railway hubs.

You can travel to Cologne quickly and comfortably from major cities in Germany and other European countries: Every day, more than 1,300 trains run between Cologne and destinations throughout Germany and abroad. Highlights of the service include the international high-speed trains that connect Cologne with London, Paris, Amsterdam and Brussels. With the high-speed rail service to Frankfurt, the Köln-Deutz railway station — the second terminal for high-speed ICE trains in Cologne — and the Cologne/Bonn Airport station, Cologne has further enhanced its vital role as a central hub for railway transport.

The local public transport service in Cologne and the surrounding region is also excellent, featuring underground, tram and bus services that will provide you with optimal mobility during your stay in Cologne.

The information provided by the Deutsche Bahn railway company includes not only train schedules, but also connecting tram and bus schedules plus the time needed to reach the nearest stop or station on foot.

Useful Information

General Information

  • Parking Available

  • Bus stop available


  • Suitable for any weather

  • for Groups

  • for Class

  • for families

  • for individual guests

  • Suitable for the Elderly

  • Suitable for Pushchair


Cologne Central Station
Trankgasse 11
50667 Köln

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