Albergo Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Heumarkt 68-72, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, 50667, Germany
Albergo Hotel
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  • Couples75
  • Solo83
  • Business80

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Forum Posts

Mainz to Cologne by car

by Redang

Hello friends:

Could anybody tell me which route is more scenic along Rihn river from Mainz to Cologne)?

Thanks.

Santi

Re: Mainz to Cologne by car

by RhineRoll

IMO staying on the Mainz side of the river... the B 9 goes all the way right through the Rhine valley. NOTE: in Bonn, use the South Bridge (dir. Königswinter, Airport), cross it to the right bank and continue to Cologne on the airport motorway (A 59). It is not much fun and not scenic at all to drive through Bonn on the B 9!!!!

You could also use one of the Rhine ferries south of Bonn (in Remagen or Bad Godesberg) for that. The Remagen ferry is a very swift one. The B 46 runs on the right bank as a dual carriageway and becomes the A 59 in Königswinter.

Travel Tips for Cologne

SUMMERJAM: Toilets

by RudoElCojonudo

You have two options if you have to go to the toilet:
1-. Chemical Toilets: There are located everywhere all around the lake. The problem is that they aren´t too clean. they could be OK for a pee, but not for anything else. :-$
2-. Toilets: They are located in front of the place where the tickets are sold.
They cost 0.50€ and they are claen. The only problem is that they are always crowded so GO WITH TIME ENOUGH, at least half an hour!!

Try Gluwhein during christmas season

by kylian74

After walking and trying to find the christmas market in Cologne, we ended up in a food stall near the Ice skating rink. Here I got my hot Gluwhein to warmed from the cold temperature. I even add german sausage sandwich after a while.

By train from the airport to the city center

by yumyum

The cheapest way to get to downtown Cologne is by S-Bahn (S 13) or regional train (RE 8) from the Koeln-Bonn airport railway station.

If you want to use an ICE train, then it costs more. A one way ticket for the S-Bahn costs 2.30 Euro (July 2007). Tickets can be bought from the ticket machines before you go down to the platform. There are up to four trains per hour and the journey only takes 14 minutes.

Tasty cakes

by jayhawk2000 about Merzenich Bakereien

Mmmmm, as well as sandwiches and pretzels, you can step into this bakery and slobber over the array of cakes and pastries. Be sure to wipe down the glass cases when you're done drooling.

We came here for Palm Sunday breakfast and had two cappucinos and chocolate croissants for 5.30 euro. As we dipped the buttery pastry in the milk foam, the Dom's bells rang and a parade of parishioners waving palm fronds marched past to the tune of a brass band. Sacrilicious! The cakes are divine, with chocolate, apples, almonds, cream and all other sorts of delicious ingredients.

Savoury specialities, like sandwiches and chewy pretzels, can be bought straight off the street.

Elsewhere in Koln you'll find street vendors and hole in the wall places selling bratwurst, giant pretzels and other snack food.

Roemisch-Germanisches Museum

by Polly74

Cologne is the oldest major city in Germany. The name Cologne stems from the Roman empress Agrippina. The wife of the Emperor Claudius was born on the banks of the Rhine and elevated her "Colonia" to the status of a city in the year 50 A.D. Today, traces of the Romans are still to be found at every turn in Cologne: the Dionysus mosaic in the Römisch-Germanisches Museum, sections of the Roman city wall and the Roman water system, which formerly brought fresh spring water to the Roman city from the Eifel region.

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