Leo van den Daele
A small applied arts museum which re-creates the living spaces and lives of 17th- and 18th-century patricians.
The Dom gazes serenely over Aachen’s Rathaus, a splendid Gothic pile festooned with 50 life-size statues of German rulers, including the...
It's worth finding a comfy spot to sit and contemplate this deeply historic square. On the north end is the backside of the Rathaus;...
This oh-so-evocative old place, tacked onto the Rathaus, oozes olde-worlde flair from every nook and cranny and is a good place for...
Lonely Planet review
Leather-covered walls, tiled stoves and antiques forge the yesteryear flair of this rambling cafe institution. Come for all-day breakfast, a light lunch or divine cakes (the strudel and the Belgian Reisfladen, made with rice, are specialities), which are shown off in the front window.