If Cologne has been regularly voted Germany’s single most popular tourist attraction, it is not for nothing: the city offers seemingly endless attractions, led by its famous cathedral whose filigree twin spires dominate the skyline, and the vibrant arts and music scene which encapsulates the city’s lust for life.
The city’s museum landscape is particularly strong when it comes to art but also has something in store for fans of chocolate, parks, sports and even Romano-Germanic history. Cologne’s inhabitant are well known for their liberalism and joie de vivre and it seems easy to have a great time right along with them year-round in the welcoming bars in the area around Alter Markt and Heumarkt square or during the springtime Carnival.
And if the culture and excitement of Cologne takes its toll and you need some time to go off the beaten path, why not take the time to discover one of the many flea markets the city of Cologne harbors? We listed for you 8 of the most significant flea markets that could nicely complement a trip to this beautiful city. Enjoy the stroll.