Cologne is a feeling



Guided tour/tour

Stories of the city and the typical Cologne way of life

What makes Cologne so special? What is typically Kölsch? Perhaps you are thinking of Tünnes and Schäl, the Kallendresser or the notorious Kölsch Klüngel? Is it the numerous well-known songs that appeal to young and old alike and are not only sung at carnival time? Or is it the countless stories and anecdotes that are told with a wink about the city and its inhabitants? By the end of this humorous tour through the old town, we're sure you'll agree: Cologne is a feeling!

Attention: Only in German

Dates overview

Saturday, the 20.04.2024

14:30 - 16:00

Saturday, the 27.04.2024

14:30 - 16:00

Saturday, the 04.05.2024

14:30 - 16:00

Useful Information


  • Suitable for any Weather

  • Target Group Teenager

  • Target Group Adult

  • Target Group the Elderly

  • for individual guests

Payment Options

Booking of tickets

Parking facilities

It is about 300 metres from Cologne Central Station to Finial (Kreuzblume).

Price info

Price adult: €15.50
Price reduced: €13.70
Information on reduced prices: Children up to the age of 6 attend for free.

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.

The KölnCard gives you a discount. The KölnCard must be valid on the day of the tour.

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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