Deutzer Brücke

Deutzer Brücke

Deutz
  • Cultural & Historical
  • Architecture
Recommended for: Culture Budget & Bargain

For bridge-connoisseurs, this one may be worth a visit. Originally a self-anchored suspension bridge that collapsed during repairs, it was replaced by the current construction in 1948, the world's first steelbox girder bridge. The design would go on to inspire the Three Sisters bridges in Pittsburgh and the Kiyosa Bridge in Tokyo.

Deutzer Brücke, 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
Wein am Rhein

  • Fine Dining
  • Local Cuisine
Elle World
0.6 km
Elle World

  • Party
  • For Women
Blue Lounge
0.8 km
Blue Lounge

  • Bar
  • For Women
Station 2b
1 km
Station 2b

  • Cruising
  • For Men