Star Am Dom

Ursula Strasse 4-8, or Marzellen Strasse 58-60, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, 50668, Germany
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  • Families53
  • Couples29
  • Solo50
  • Business50

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3. Towers of the cathedral3. Towers of the cathedral

2. Strolling on the river bank2. Strolling on the river bank

Enjoying a Kölsch at the VT MeetingEnjoying a Kölsch at the VT Meeting

Chocolate bunnies on display.Chocolate bunnies on display.

Forum Posts

Sunday Holiday?!

by hb_capri

Hi,
I'll be visiting cologne this weekend.I've heard that everything is shut on sunday.Would like to know if the Cologne Dom,4711 house and the Chocolate museum will also be closed on sunday.

thanks in advance

Re: Sunday Holiday?!

by leics

The Dom and the Chocolate museum are open on Sundays, 4711 isn't.

http://www.koelner-dom.de/index.php?id=2&L=1

http://www.schokoladenmuseum.de/index_e.html

Google is a wonderful thing.

Re: Sunday Holiday?!

by christine.j

Stores are closed on Sundays, restaurants and museums are open. (Museums close on Mondays.)Since the 4711 exhibition is inside the store, this one is closed on Sundays.

Re: Sunday Holiday?!

by abalada

> I've heard that everything is shut on sunday.
Only for people where shopping is "everything". Pretty boring nowadays where you have the same chains of stores nearly everywhere.

Actually there are quite a number of sights/attractions only open on Sundays or Saturdays.

e.g.

tram museum Cologne
http://www.hsk-koeln.de/
on a few Sundays through the year

Rhein-Energie-Stadium (football stadium from 2004)
http://www.stadion-koeln.de/kss/index.php?folder=die_sportstaetten&u_folder=rheinenergiestadion&site=rheinenergiestadion
guided tours Saturdays 2pm

Re: Sunday Holiday?!

by hb_capri

thanks guys.looking fwd to the carnival on monday:)

Travel Tips for Cologne

Visit The Church

by Octourist

Though I was groggy and feverish, I had to get out to see the beautiful and imposing church. The October air was crisp and the hint of rain in the air created an atmosphere ripe for exploring.

In the presence of the Church, however, I was in awe of all the detail and craft so finely packed together, like an expansive 3-D jigsaw puzzle. I didn't explore with much more than my eyes, and that was enough for a first visit. Amazing place!

Romanesque churches

by Maidstoneman

The city has many Romanesque churches and there is a great guidebook to them in many languages from the Tourist office. Most are open daily and you can easily walk between them. Although many were damaged in the war they were rebuilt in their original form. War damage also menat that most lost their nineteenth century glass, so there is plenty of mind blowing 20th century glass. It`s a rather different form of church-crawling but kept me occupied for hours.

Germanwings

by Carino

From over 20 different cities in Europe you can reach Cologne with Germanwings.

This Low-Cost-Carrier has really low fares, for those how book well in advance.

e.g.: Zürich - Cologne starting at 19 EUR one way including taxes!

Heaven & Earth

by richiecdisc about Malzmühle

This is yet another great old pub with lots of dark wood and a great dose of local atmosphere to boot. It's a lot less touristy though evidently Bill Clinton made it here! We again opted for some soup and tried the local dish Himmel und Ad (Heaven & Earth). It consisted of fried blood sausage, deep fried onions, mashed potatoes, and apple sauce. It sounds disgusting perhaps but was actually quite tasty. It was rich so we were glad we were splitting it. It's great mixture that anyone that is not adverse to trying different things should try. The Malzmühle Kölsch is unfortunately one of the more bland, quite malty and a bit too sweet for my tastes. The bill was around 15 Euros.

The big cathedral

by benidormone

The cathedral is really the landmark of Cologne. You can see it from almost everywhere in Cologne. Just when you walk out of the trainstation you're infront of the cathedral. Its also possible to climb the stairs to the top to have a magnifent view over the city of Cologne.

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Address: Ursula Strasse 4-8, or Marzellen Strasse 58-60, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, 50668, Germany