A high school classmate of mine brought me KolnSky to see the unforgettable Cologne skyline from its viewing deck. We crossed the famed Hohenzollern bridge behind Cologne Cathedral before reaching the KolnSky building.
On that day, the sun was playing hide and seek, and then decided not to come out all throughout our visit. Instead, heavy clouds came over and our planned
The Rhine river, for your information, passes through six countries (Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Germany, France and the Netherlands) before exiting into the North Sea in Rotterdam.
The spires of the Gothic Cologne Cathedral is a dominant structure that you can’t imagine the city without them.
The colourful row of houses below will demand your attention and will make you wish you lived in one of them.
Though it is around 30-40 minutes walk to the Cathedral, I love it here because the beds are comfortable. Each bunk had its own curtains so you can have your own privacy. It’s clean and the staff members are friendly. I was even allowed to check-in early because the bed/room was already available. Or maybe, they just saw my tired eyes and I really needed a rest. Since the hostel is around the university area, cheap bars are basically right in every corner. There are a host of restaurants and grocery stores, too. For medium-priced accommodations, click here.