Cologne's most eccentric-looking church is St Gereon, which grew from a late-Roman chapel into a massive complex lidded by a 10-sided...
Cologne's Third Reich history is poignantly documented in the NS Documentation Centre. In the basement of this otherwise mundane-looking...
Busy, loud and boisterous, Päffgen has been pouring Kölsch since 1883 and hasn’t lost a step since. In summer you can enjoy the...
A charming neighbourhood restaurant with a dedication to serving excellent meals. It's in a small midblock location, but the service and...
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Lonely Planet review
Tapas is served until late in this cosy vaulted cellar and romantic courtyard. Gobble up the jamón (smoked ham), stuffed peppers, nut-encrusted goat's cheese and other authentic tapas or order a heaping paella.