Dorint An der Messe Koln

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Deutz Mulheimer Strasse 22-24, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, 50679, Germany
Dorint An der Messe Koln
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by spsturm

Hi there,

Me and a bunch of friends are planning to celebrate New Years Eve in Cologne this year. Is there a central place/square where people come together to celebrate the arrival of 2011. Maybe with some music etc? What are the best places to go and party inside, like pubs & bars? Do you need to buy tickets in advance?


Re: Sylvester

by abalada

In German - but you may throw it into an online translator

> Is there a central place/square where people come together to celebrate the arrival of 2011.
The bridges over the Rhine. Partly they will even close for this to the traffic.
> Maybe with some music etc?
There are a number of Silvester (NYE) Concerts. From the Cologne Philharmonics to the "Bläck Fööss XII - the biggest NYE party in the city" in the Lanxess-Arena.

Travel Tips for Cologne

Finding Your Way Around

by johngayton

Cologne is an excellent city for wandering. The old centre is pretty much given over to pedestrians and cyclists and both banks of the river have foot and cycle paths. You'll also find plenty of tourist-friendly signage and street maps at strategic locations.

So unless you have a few too many Kölsch's you should never get lost!

Usages of the German word "bitte"

by BillNJ

This tip is for visitors to Germany who are beginners in the German language like me. While in Germany, you will often hear the word "bitte". The link included with this tip instructs on the common usages of the term "bitte" in German.

Before visiting Cologne, it would be helpful if you could master the following phrase: "Ich möchte ein Kölsch, bitte." In this phrase, "bitte" means "please".

on the Kölsch hunt

by richiecdisc about Any Old Town Pub

One thing even the non-beer tourist will notice about Cologne is it's preponderance of pubs. You can't walk more than 100 feet without going by one. There are also a lot of different varieties of Kölsch. In the late 1980s there were 20 breweries in Cologne, more than any city in the world but the number has now dwindled to 12 with many of the bigger ones taking over the smaller. There are still quite a few varieties of Kölsch to try and Reissdorf is one of the more ubiquitous. I found the beer quite fruity on my first trip and didn't get to see how the beer has changed on my recent stopover. Hey. there's only so much, I mean time in a day. ;)

Great hospitality

by alsmitty about Brauhaus Fruh - AM DOM

My son and I came upon this local Brauhaus right near the Cathedral. We wandered in and neither one of us able to speak German, we sort of stood around for a while. Finally, a waiter who spoke English helped us out. Just a great place. Lively, friendly and great food. I had the pork chops and sauerkraut and apple struedel for desert. The entire visit, the beer kept rolling in. It was a great meal and a tremendous place. You should check it out if ever in Cologne.

Kölner Dom

by MichaelFalk1969

The gothic Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom) is probably the most popular sight in Germany (and easily accessible, too, since it is only a few meters walk from the main railway station). Many superlatives are connected to the cathedral: The third-highest church in the world, the second-highest church in Germany, the third-largest gothic cathedral world-wide. It is one of the finest examples of medieval church architecture, and its silhouette is instantly associated with the city Cologne. The only thing you will have to get used to is that it is always crowded - due to hundreds of tourists roaming the cathedral grounds, it never feels quiet here. The tower viewing platform is also accessible after a strenuos climb, and the treasury of the Cathedral is surely worth a visit.


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