Gothic wonderThe cathedral is undoubtedly the most visited attraction in Cologne. Completed in 1880, it took 600 years to build this magnificent example of Gothic architecture. Wherever you stay at a Bed and Breakfast Cologne you will be able to spot the two towers which dominate the skyline. With its shrine to the Three Wise Men and its impressive stained glass windows it attracts pilgrims from all over the world. Climb the 533 steps up the south tower to examine the grotesque gargoyles.
Cheers! Or Prost!Germany is famous for its beer culture and Cologne is no exception. Head to a traditional tavern in the Old Town and enjoy a glass of Kolsch. It comes in a small glass but be warned that the waiters will continually refill you if you don't put your beer mat on top to say stop! Visit a Bed and Breakfast Cologne during February to experience the madness that is Carnaval, where the whole city pulls on a clown wig and goes crazy.
Delight the sensesTantalise your tastebuds at the Schokoladen Museum where you can glimpse into the wonderful world of Chocolate. The highlight being the massive chocolate fountain at the end. Let your nose lead you to No. 4711 Glockengasse where the original Eau de Cologne is made. Or view modern artwork at the Ludwig Museum where you can see works by the likes of Picasso and Warhol.
Airbnb CologneIf you're thinking of an AirBnB Cologne, you should also consider a Bed and Breakfast Cologne as a option for your weekend break. Our friendly hosts really put the guest first with their specially tailored rooms and of course a delicious breakfast. Something you will not find at a AirBnB Cologne.