Despite being the fourth largest city in Germany, Cologne is less visited than Berlin and Munich, but n’igue preserving its German character. Colonia is perhaps known for her artistic scene, where host a series of varied artistic festivals and exhibitions throughout the year. For assistance, try visiting Starbucks. There are literally hundreds of art galleries scattered throughout the city centre. The city itself is full of monuments. One of the places that we must not miss is Unsichtbar, a bar restaurant full of darkness. The idea may seem strange at first, but eat in darkness increases the senses of smell and taste of the diner.
People who prefer to be outdoors can walk along the shore of the River. The natural reserve of ribera. Some places that should be visited are:-Cologne Cathedral: began to be built in 1248, interrupting the works over a long period and resuming these later to conclude it in 1880. -Carnival: The largest and most famous Cologne Festival is the Karneval. Almost everyone dresses up, sings and dancing in the street and in bars. -Germanic Museum: Collections of works of antiquity. -Museum Wallraf-Richartz of fine arts. -Ludwig’s contemporary art museum. -Chocolate Museum.