Agnes quarter



Guided tour/tour

City tour through the popular district

An informative guided tour through the Agnes quarter, which developed as an upper middle-class district at the gates of the medieval city wall. Through the oldest part of the Veedel, the Dreikönigen quarter, we reach the heart of the district: the neo-Gothic church of St. Agnes. We walk through a marked mixture of former working-class district and one of the most exclusive residential areas of the 19th century. Everyday life is at home on the vibrant Neusser Straße. The classier part of the district is characterized by magnificent Wilhelminian-style palaces and the castle - as Heinrich Böll called the Upper Law Court. Our walk takes us to Fort X, which was part of the Prussian fortifications and near which a legendary boxing match once took place.

Attention: Only in German

Dates overview

Saturday, the 18.05.2024

15:00 - 16:30

Saturday, the 31.08.2024

15:00 - 16:30

Saturday, the 12.10.2024

15:00 - 16:30

Useful Information


  • Target Group Adult

  • Target Group Family

  • Target Group the Elderly

  • for familys

  • for individual guests

Parking facilities

The meeting point is in front of the Stadtsparkasse, Ebertplatz 1. You can get to tram station Ebertplatz by underground lines 12, 15, 16 and 18.

Price info

Price adult: €16.50
Information on reduced prices: Persons with a disability card pay the full ticket price. With a "B" in their ID, accompanying persons will receive a free ticket. This is only available from KölnTourismus.

Proof of discount will be checked on site.

More information

The tour is suitable for wheelchair users.


KölnTourismus GmbH
Kardinal-Höffner-Platz 1
50667 Köln

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