This small applied arts museum re-creates the living spaces and lives of 17th- and 18th-century patricians.
A modern fountain that's a crowd-pleasing work of mechanical art; look for the cock on top (a symbol of Napoleon's love for Aachen)....
It's worth finding a comfy spot to sit and contemplate this deeply historic square. At the north end is the backside of the Rathaus;...
Café zum Mohren
There's nary a lick of Printen anywhere to be seen at this cute little cafe just off the tourist trail. Have waffles for breakfast or...
Büchel 18 · interesting places nearby
Alt-Aachener Café-Stuben information
Leather-covered walls, tiled stoves and antiques forge the yesteryear flair of this rambling cafe institution that dates from 1890 (the building goes back to 1655). Come for all-day breakfast, a light lunch, divine cakes or just to pick up the housemade Printen.