Landmarks and places to see in Cologne
Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud in Cologne are one of the great classical Picture Galleries in Germany.
University of Cologne
The Universität zu Köln is a university in Cologne. Ir was founded in 1388 and that makes it one of the oldest universities in Europe. With more than 49,000 students, it is one of the largest universities in Europe.
The Musical Dome is located between Breslauer Platz and the banks of the Rhine near Cologne's main railway station. Characteristic for the Musical Dome is the blue dome-like roof, which is lit up at night. In addition to the theatre hall, it also houses a glazed foyer with drinks bars, a restaurant, as well as administrative rooms and a cloakroom.
Cologne Central Station
Located in central part of city, next to Cologne Cathedral, Cologne Central Station is the most important transport hub in Cologne. With nearly 310,000 passengers a day, it is the fourth long-distance railway station of the Deutsche Bahn Network.
Under the cathedral were the remains of Roman houses of the 1st to 4th. Century excavated. In the late 4th or in the 5th A 30 to 40 m long Apsidence was built under the chorus of today's cathedral, which may already have been a first church.
Trade Fair Visit is not a regular Business Trip. You still need a Flight Ticket and if lucky you chose from two or more air carriers. Transport is bookable the same way, no matter if it is a Train or Car hire or a Transfer. Travel insurance is nowadays just a click away, but here comes the difference – the Hotel accommodation. You check a few online accommodation web sites, but the same hotel you booked last time is either much more expensive or not available. EXPOROOMS constantly monitors the hotel rates and availability during the busiest Exhibitions and Fairs. We do not promise to cut the regular hotel rates twice, what we deliver to our clients are the best available hotel offers that the fair host city hides.