Cologne

This cultural capital and university city holds more than 2,000 years of history and is the cultural hub of Germany. Marvel at the gorgeoust twin-spired Cologne Cathedral, known for its gilded medieval reliquary and sweeping river views, or lose yourself in one of Colonge's many museums for a few hours. Cologne boasts of having most pubs per person in Germany, so make sure you sit down for a refreshing regional Kölsch beer during your travels!

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Cologne Cathedral
This UNESCO site is the single most visited landmark in Germany and its 19th-century towers are still the second-tallest structures in the city. Cologne Cathedral has held the reliquary of the Three Kings since 1164 and is an international pilgrimage site.

Ludwig Museum
Located near Cologne Cathedral, you may view Picassos and iconic examples of Pop Art, like Warhol’s “Brillo Boxes” and “Maybe” by Roy Lichtenstein.

Hohenzollern Bridge
This rail and pedestrian only bridge spans between the cathedral and Köln Triangle and dates to the start of the 20th century.
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