Express by Holiday Inn Cologne Mulheim

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Tiefentalstrasse 72, 51063 Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Holiday Inn Express Koln-Mulheim
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Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 27% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Couples79
  • Solo79
  • Business68

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Day trip from Amsterdam!

by travellingtechie

Hi All!

I will be driving from Amsterdam to Cologne for a day trip. It would be great if anyone could suggest to me the best places to visit there and any other locations nearby. Also how is the parking situation in the city center or near the attractions? I understand that it might be difficult to find a parking spot but would it be any easier on a Sunday? If not where can I find the parking details.

Thanks a lot!

Travellingtechie!

Re: Day trip from Amsterdam!

by Richard.GVA

A day trip from Amsterdam to Cologne by car? I personally would opt for the train: fast, frequent, and probably not much more expensive (check for special fares). The Cologne main train station is in the centre of the town, next to pedestrain zones, no hassle for parking (fees etc)...and quantity of Kölsch beer.
For schedules and fares, check:
http://www.bahn.de/i/view/overseas/en/index.shtml

Re: Day trip from Amsterdam!

by leics

You'll find info about parking (mostly in English) here:

http://www.cologne-tourism.com/service/travelling-in-cologne/car-driving.html

Re: Day trip from Amsterdam!

by christine.j

I would take the train and avoid the hassle of parking. If you come by car, make sure you car has the emission sticker needed for Cologne.It is checked and if you don't have it, you may have to pay a fine.

Re: Day trip from Amsterdam!

by ATLC

Definitely take a train!
It's not a long road trip but traffic in The Netherlands can be horrendously held up by traffic jams.
Since it's summer, there may be quite a bit of road work too. I would not take my chances on any day of the week if you want the most out of your day in Amsterdam.
If you do take the car, follow the Park & Ride signs (P+R) outside Amsterdam. You can park cheaply and take a tram or metro into the city center.

So the train: the journey is exactly as long as by car (2 hours 40 mins), so no time gain there.
Check www.bahn.de for schedules.

Last suggestion: repost your question in the Amsterdam forum. You'll get more useful info there. And check out the Amsterdam travel page.

Enjoy your stay!

Travel Tips for Cologne

Tourist Information Center

by yumyum

There is a tourist office in the Koeln-Bonn airport but the main one is opposite the Cologne cathedral. There are various free leaflets but no free maps. If you want a map, you will have to pay 20 cents (July 07) but you can choose what language you want.

Unfortunately, there are currently no "In Your Pocket" guidebooks about Cologne. They only had one for the football world campionships.

Bar Bill

by BarryG01

As in other places around this area, they mark up your bill simply by making bars on a beermat. At the end, they add that up and mutiply by the price of a beer.

Bear that in mind and carry a spare beer mat and a biro around for a cheap night out!

I don't know whether every...

by Krystynn

I don't know whether every foreigner that visits Cologne does this kind of thing i.e. beer tasting.

Don't leave this city without trying their signature beer called simply - Kölsch. It's pretty light and.... well, TRY IT!

The Altermarkt area has some good pubs and restaurants (inexpensive ones) serving Kölsch. Offhand, I can think of 2 nice joints serving this kind of beer - Gaffel and Peters. The folks who patronize these joints appear nice and friendly. Casual wear.

SUMMERJAM: Where to eat

by RudoElCojonudo about SUMMERJAM: Where to eat

There are many food stalls in the Summerjam place, but most of them are fast food style:
- Kebabs.
- Falafel. 3,5€
- Creps. 3,5€
- Sweets.
- Jamaican Style Jerk Chiken: 4€
- African food: 3,5 - 4€

It´s not so bad for a long weekend, but they are a little bit expensive, so I would recomend to buy some food in a supermarket before going to the Summerjam. Next to the place where you buy the tickets it´s the organization restaurant, where you can have a good breakfast for a razonable prize. Here you can have:
- Diferent fruits.
- Fruit juices.
- Coffe.
- Eggs.
- Potatoes with onion.
- Baggetes.
-etc

Cologne Cathedral

by yumyum

I visited the cathedral now for the third time this year. Since it's such an impressive structure with so many details, you can visit it many times and still discover more.

On this visit I stayed for the midday prayer at 12 o'clock noon time. Attendants hand out leafleats with the prayer in several languages. The service takes half an hour and is worth listening to as you get twice to hear the organ music. The only thing that put me off, was the incredible noise the fenced off tourists made by the main entrance while the service was held. It was actually hard to understand the priest although they use loud speakers.

If you want more information on the cathedral you can buy a leaflet for one Euro. They are available in many languages.

The cathedral is very old and part of today's structure was first consecrated in 1322. The cathedral contains many chapels and is the burial ground for archbishops.

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Address: Tiefentalstrasse 72, 51063 Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany