Archäologische Zone

Archäologische Zone

Martinsviertel
  • Cultural & Historical
  • Architecture

Though inner-city excavations are a dime a dozen in Italy, the Germans take what they can get: and the Roman palace (praetorium), sewer system, and Jewish synagogue-and-bath-complex that are slowly being unearthed in the center of the city are being treated with all the expected fanfare. It remains to this day still incomplete, but the site is open to visitors, who can tour the ruins, see many of the objects already excavated, and learn about the future museum that will eventually show the findings: including what will be Cologne's first Jewish Museum. Tours for adults are only available on a private basis.

Kleine Budengasse 2, Cologne, Germany

Excelsior Hotel Ernst

  • Luxury Hotel
  • LGBTQ-friendly
Hilton Cologne

  • Luxury Hotel
  • LGBTQ-friendly
Station Hostel for Backpackers

  • Hostel
  • LGBTQ-friendly

The Cologne outpost of the Bonn original has walls decked with exorbitant amount of photographs testifying to its once status as a meeting place for local politicians. And on the menu are politically themes...
  • Café or Bistro
  • Local Cuisine

For tourists and beer-lovers alike, the Brauhaus Malzmühle is not to be missed. As Cologne's second-oldest brewery, it has maintained its original location and is run by the fifth generation of the family...
  • Casual
  • Local Cuisine
0.6 km
Alfredo

Declared "fresh and unfussy" by the Michelin guide, this second-generation Italian restaurant should be at the top of the list for foodies who want a try at a more southward-facing cuisine. Less formal than...
  • Fine Dining
  • Italian
Station 2b
0.5 km
Station 2b

  • Cruising
  • For Men
Homoriental
0.6 km
Homoriental

  • Party
  • LGBTQ
Venue
0.6 km
Venue

  • Nightclub
  • LGBTQ