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Private Tour: Cologne City Highlights
"Start your tour with a pickup from your Cologne hotel and travel into the center of town with your private guide. While relaxing in the comfort of your air-conditioned minivan chat with your guide about the places on your itinerary and if you would perhaps like to focus on one area more than another simply let your guide know.The first stop on your sightseeing tour is Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom) the city’s symbolic landmark and one of Germany’s most striking Gothic monuments. Learn about the Roman Catholic cathedral from the outside of the building while admiring its large frontal facade and then head inside to explore independently. After strolling around the captivating place of worship
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Private Tour: Cologne City Highlights
"Start your tour with a pickup from your Cologne hotel and travel into the center of town with your private guide. While relaxing in the comfort of your air-conditioned minivan chat with your guide about the places on your itinerary and if you would perhaps like to focus on one area more than another simply let your guide know.The first stop on your sightseeing tour is Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom) the city’s symbolic landmark and one of Germany’s most striking Gothic monuments. Learn about the Roman Catholic cathedral from the outside of the building while admiring its large frontal facade and then head inside to explore independently. After strolling around the captivating place of worship
From EUR64.00
 
Private Tour: Cologne City Highlights
"Start your tour with a pickup from your Cologne hotel and travel into the center of town with your private guide. While relaxing in the comfort of your air-conditioned minivan chat with your guide about the places on your itinerary and if you would perhaps like to focus on one area more than another simply let your guide know.The first stop on your sightseeing tour is Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom) the city’s symbolic landmark and one of Germany’s most striking Gothic monuments. Learn about the Roman Catholic cathedral from the outside of the building while admiring its large frontal facade and then head inside to explore independently. After strolling around the captivating place of worship
From EUR64.00

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Römisch-Germanisches Museum

Cologne’s history begins more than 2000 years ago. When Julius Caesar crossed the Rhine around 50 B.C. a thriving settlement of the Germanic Ubier was already there. In 50 A.D. the settlement received...
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Kathrin_E
Oct 04, 2009

German-Roman Museum

In the heart of the city center right to the side of the Cologne Cathedral, lies Cologne's German/Roman Museum. The Roman-Germanic Museum (RGM, in German: Römisch-Germanisches Museum) is one of the...
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leafmcgowan
Apr 06, 2009

The Romano-Germanic Museum

Cologne stood on the northern frontier of the Roman Empire. Once, the Romans ventured across the Rhine River into the wild territory beyond. Germanic tribes ambushed and nearly annhilated them in the...
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Tom_Fields
Mar 14, 2009

The Dionysius mosaic

The Dionysius mosaic, made in typical Roman style, is one of the best pieces in the display at the museum. Its a beautiful and eye-catching floor. The mosaic was excavated from the same place where...
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Rupanworld
Jan 09, 2008

Römisch-Germanisches Museum

Cologne was one of the famous cities under Roman Empire. Many old relics and stone sculptures, artefacts etc. were excavated here. It is a good place to know the ancient history of the region. The...
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Rupanworld
Jan 09, 2008

Roman Treasures

As the historic Colonia Agrippinensis was located at the frontier between the Roman and the Germanic world, many archaeological findings were excavated here that give a glimpse on how life was in a...
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MichaelFalk1969
Dec 11, 2007

Römisch-Germanisches Museum

The Romano-Germanic Museum exhibits a large collection of pieces from the roman period. One of the most impressive is the Dionysos mosaic. It is made up of about 1.5 million. It was discovered in 1941...
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Aitana
Oct 13, 2007

Roman street

Next to the Roman museum is an old excavated street which shows what those looked like. Unfortunately, it is not in its original place but has been moved here during the building on modern Cologne and...
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Sjalen
Nov 15, 2006

See the Museum; Better Yet Go In

As mentioned by others you can get a glimpse of the interior of this museum without entering. This makes sense if you are not into this sort of stuff or if you do not have time (been-there-seen-that)...
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hquittner
Jul 29, 2006

Romisch-Germanisches Museum

I spent hours visiting the art museum and then the museum of Roman antiquities. Sometimes people forget that many countries in Europe (and the UK) have great Roman artifacts. Both museums are located...
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zuriga
Mar 10, 2005

Roemisch-Germanisches Museum

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...
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Polly74
Dec 02, 2004

Museums

I must admit I did not venture inside this museum, but it was very popular and looked extremley busy!You can see some of the artefacts from outside of the museum as my photograph shows.....its located...
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kentishgirl
Nov 09, 2004
 
 
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"Fabulous city with huge cultural heritage."
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"Beautiful Cologne"
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Things to Do Near Römisch-Germanisches Museum

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Cathedral - Kölner Dom

Whilst the cathedral itself is free to visit, the treasury is not. But, it is worth every cent of the admission price to see the treasures there. Understandably, there is no photography allowed, so...
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Hohenzollern Brücke

The Hohenzollern Bridge was constructed between 1907 and 1911 and replaced old Cathedral Bridge known as Dombrücke. The new bridge, named Hohenzollernbrücke after the Hohenzollern dynasty, was...
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Groß St. Martin

First church at this place was founded yet in 960 A.D. Present church dedicated to saint martin of Tours was constructed between 1150 and 1250 and this is one of twelve Romanesque Churches of Cologne....
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St. Kunibert's Church

This church dedicated to Saint Kunibert (590-663) who was the tenth bishop of Cologne in Frankish times. He built at this place a church of Saint Clement and later he was buried there. New church was...
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Claudius Therme

This place looks amazing, I spotted it when we were coming into land(?!) in the Rhine park after our cablecar adventure! After seeing it, I heard from various people in our hostel that it was...
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Beethoven House

If you somehow missed it from the street names, opera houses and statues, Beethoven was born in Bonn. He was born in a small, unassuming house in the centre of the city, which is now a music museum...
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  • Sunday 10:00 to 17:00
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 10:00 to 17:00
  • Wednesday 10:00 to 17:00
  • Thursday 10:00 to 17:00
  • Friday 10:00 to 17:00
  • Saturday 10:00 to 17:00

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