Museum für Antike Schiffahrt
The extraordinary remains of five wooden ships of the Romans’ Rhine flotilla, used around AD 300 to thwart the Germanic tribes then...
St-Ignatius-Kirche marks the transition from rococo to neoclassicism.
Completed in 1773, this church marks the transition from rococo to neoclassicism – note, for instance, that the baroque baldachin (over...
Hosts and organises concerts both by up-and-coming artists and by big-name international acts such as Chris de Burgh. Some events take...
Grab a seat in this down-to-earth microbrewery’s warren of vaulted chambers, order a mug of Dunkel (dark) or Hell (light) – or even a...
Lonely Planet review
Concerts by German and international bands, dance parties, theatre for kids…the happening KulturZentrum (cultural centre) has something for almost everyone. Housed in a red-brick building that began life in the 19th century as a military laundry.