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Cologne attracts several million tourists to the city every year. As an economic and cultural metropolis, the city has international significance and plays a major role. Apart from tourists, thousands of people come to the city to work for a while, for example fitters or interns. With Monteurzimmer.de you can look for affordable accommodation from 3,67 € in Cologne. The rental is fast and direct. Simply contact the landlord via the available contact form or by phone..
Worker Rooms in Quarters of Cologne
- Altstadt Nord
- Altstadt Sud
- Porz am Rhein
Suitable Worker Rooms in Cologne on Monteurzimmer.de
On our room rental portal Monteurzimmer.de you will find over 341 worker rooms offers in Cologne. The citys most famous landmarks are Cologne Cathedral and the carnival, but the city on the Rhine river with its millions of inhabitants has much more to offer. An old town with flair at the foot of the Cologne Cathedral. Here, medieval alleys, the historic town hall and a high density of Kölsch breweries come together. What belongs to Cologne just as much as the cathedral are the countless love palaces on the Hohenzollern Bridge. More than 150,000 padlocks are attached to the " Liebesschloss-Brücke" and weigh more than 40 tons according to the German Railway. The colourful castles have become a real tourist magnet.
On the portal Monteurzimmer.de you will find thousands of listings from landlords from the region in and around Cologne. In order to find a suitable Monteurzimmer in the desired area, you have various search functions at your disposal, such as the room search by cities, towns, districts and zip codes. All workers accommodation in the vicinity of Cologne will then be displayed. In addition, the results also include other types of accommodation such as guest houses, flats, motels, inns, etc. On the detailed page of the listing, you will get the most importan information and details for each accommodation. At first glance, you can see immediately how much the overnight stay costs and which equipment features the workers room in Cologne has. If one of the offered worker rooms in Cologne appeals to you, you can immediately send an enquiry to the landlord using the contact information by telephone, e-mail or the integrated booking request form.
Weather Information for Cologne
The climate in Cologne is generally warm and moderate, but the city has a considerable amount of precipitation. The average maximum values are 25.8°C in July and the average minimum values are 1.3°C in February. December and January are among the rainiest months.
Current Traffic Situation in Cologne
To get to your destination quickly and safely, you should always check the current traffic situation in Cologne. Inform yourself in advance about traffic jams, speed camera reports, road closures and construction sites. On the way you can always get the best information about the traffic on the radio station Radio Cologne.
Sights in Cologne
The Rhenish city of Cologne is the fourth largest in Germany. The landmark of the city, the Cologne Cathedral, is 157 meters high and can be seen from afar. It is the third largest church building in the world and has been part of the Unesco World Cultural Heritage since 1996. The visit of the cathedral should not be missing during a visit to Cologne. 533 steps lead up to the south tower. From here you can also visit the cathedral treasury with the relics of St. Peter. South of the old town is the Rheinauhafen. This quarter combines modern residential and office buildings with old buildings such as the harbour office and also offers a varied gastronomy with numerous cafés and restaurants. Among the architectural highlights are the 60-metre-high crane houses that characterise the skyline on the Rhine. You should also visit the popular Belgian Quarter in Cologne. This quarter, especially appreciated by young people, combines urbanity and cool street art. On many house walls you can see artistic paintings, which partly contain a political message. The best way to explore the Belgian Quarter by bike is to ride your bike and learn more about street art. The physical well-being is also taken care of. Many pubs, cafés and restaurants are located around the Brüsseler Platz. Many hip boutiques and small shops also invite you to shop or stroll.
A little south of Cologne Cathedral is the “Old Market” which forms the center of the old town. Cafés, restaurants, breweries and shops are easily accessible from this square. Stroll through the narrow streets, let your eyes wander left and right and enjoy the beauty of the old town. For those interested in culture, the Rhine city of Cologne offers numerous interesting museums from the most diverse areas. Very popular for tourists is the chocolate museum. It is located in the Rheinauhafen and shows the history of chocolate. Of course you can also taste them here. As a small tip: the museum café is famous for its delicious chocolate cake. A visit to the Romano-Germanic Museum is recommended for those interested in history or the Wallraf-Richartz-Museum with art from the middle ages to the 19th century. Recreation and relaxation are not neglected in Cologne either. For a little time out you can take a trip to the Claudius thermal bath. It is one of the most beautiful thermal baths in Europe with a spacious bath and sauna facility.
Top 5 Sights in Cologne
Popular Events, Folk Festivals and Activities in Cologne
One of the world's largest and most famous events in Cologne is definitely the Cologne Carnival. The fifth season is officially heralded on 11.11. at 11:11 a.m. at the Alter Markt (Old Market) in Cologne. Carnival reaches its peak on Shrove Tuesday. From this time on, the carnival crowd celebrates in the pubs and on the streets and shout out 'Kölle Alaaf' again.
The event ends on Ash Wednesday with an internal final meeting. In Cologne no opportunity to celebrate is missed. In spring there is a fairground bustle at the Spring Fest. At the Deutz shipyard there is an exuberant atmosphere for 2 weeks at various stands, stalls and rides. he second Cologne fair takes place in autumn. Here, too, fairground entertainers set up their rides and booths for the annual Autumn Fest. For ten days the visitors enjoy the fair. For the first time a new ride, the 'Propeller Mach 1' is put into operation.
Top 10 Events in Cologne
- Carnival (23.02.-25.02.)
- Spring Fest (11.04.-26.04.)
- fair and district fest Wesseling (15.05.-18.05.)
- Südstadtfest (06.06.-07.06.)
- Midsumer fest at the chocolate museum (11.06.-14.06.)
- Christopher Street Day Cologne (05.07.)
- Altstadtfest (09.08.-11.08.)
- Festmeile Dellbrück (28.09.-29.09.)
- Cologne Marathon (04.10.)
- Autumn Fest (30.10.-08.11.)
Culinary Highlights and Delicacies
In Cologne, too, you can travel around the world in a culinary sense. Of course there are also numerous restaurants and inns serving typical Cologne dishes. One of them is the famous Halve Hahn. Whoever thinks of half a chicken here is unfortunately wrong. As the supposed chicken turns out to be a rye bread roll with onions, butter, gouda and mustard. Another classic is the Rhenish Sauerbraten, also better known as "Soorbrode". This is dressed with apple or turnip cabbage and raisins. The special feature here is horse meat. A delicacy that you should definitely try when you are in Cologne are Decke Bunne met Speck (thick beans with bacon). It is a simple but very satisfying dish with high protein content. Optionally, you can also eat boiled or jacket potatoes and chops or sausage. If you think of Cologne, the beer associated with Cologne, the "Kölsch", will certainly come to mind. For the people of Cologne it is part of the staple food. Tapped fresh, it tastes best with Cologne food specialities.
Shopping Facilities, Gas Stations and affordable Restaurants
In a big city like Cologne there are countless shopping opportunities. In order to do smaller errands, there are the usual supermarkets/a> such as Rewe, Edeka and Lidl all over the city. If you want to be on the road even in bad weather and have to make larger purchases, look for one of the countless Shopping-Center in Cologne.
For purchases of building materials it is best to look for a nearby DIY store in Cologne. Popular DIY stores are toom Baumarkt, Obi, Bauhaus or Hagebaumarkt. Gas stations such as Total, SH Tankstelle or Markant Tankstelle are also located throughout the city. Inform yourself beforehand about the current gas prices. If you need a van or other vehicle for your stay, you should inform yourself in advance and, if necessary, make a reservation. On the Internet there are several comparison portals for car rental in Cologne.
Let yourself be spoiled by the good Cologne cuisine. During your lunch break snack bars and bistros offer a large selection for a quick snack in between. For the bigger appetite it is worth to visit a traditional restaurant and to be convinced by hearty cuisine.
Industrial Sites and Exhibition Grounds in Cologne
The exhibitions ground in Cologne in is centrally located in the city centre. With a total area of around 284,000 spread over 11 exhibition halls, the site offers plenty of space. Kölnmesse looks after around 80 trade fairs, exhibitions and guest events every year. A larger industrial park is located in Cologne North. The industrial site Köln-Nord comprises around 69 hectares of pure building land and is one of the largest sites for industrial use in the region.
Public Transport Connections
The Cologne public transport system is very well developed and consists of the Cologne light rail system, trams and underground, the S-Bahn, regional trains and bus lines. The most frequently used means of transport is the Cologne city railway. There are a total of 12 lines, which operate in the high and low-floor network. Line 18 runs directly between Cologne and Bonn. All information on ticket prices for public transport is available here.
Connections to Hauptbahnhof
S-Bahn: S6, S11, S12, S13, S19
U-Bahn: U5, U16, U18
Bus: 132, 133, 250, 260, 978, N26
Connections to Cologne Airport
S-Bahn: S13, S19
Regional train: RE 6 (RRX)
Safe on the Road in Cologne
Cologne is an open, safe city in Germany. In general, you can move freely everywhere. However, pay particular attention to your valuables in tourist locations and carry everything close to your body. Further information on the current safety situation in Cologne can be found here..
Insider Tips for Cologne
Off the beaten tourist track, urban Cologne has a lot more to offer. Especially in summer, many parks offer a shady place to relax and linger. In Cologne there is the inner and outer green belt. The inner green belt begins at the Flora in Riehl, continues through the districts of Mauenheim and Ehrenfeld to the university campus. The outer one is crossed by the military ring. On the hectares of large green spaces you can enjoy your evening and let the day come to an end. Nature lovers will enjoy the botanical garden “Flora” in Cologne Nippes. Here you can admire thousands of flowers and landscaped gardens. In Cologne the breweries are as much a part of it as the carnival. No matter whether you drop by for lunch or in the evening - you will always feel at home in a brewery. If you would like to learn more about the hop drink, you have the possibility of a 2-hour brew house tour. A total of 4 breweries will be visited and you will learn everything about the production of a real Kölsch. A fantastic view of the cathedral and the Rhine river can be enjoyed from the viewing platform “Cologne Triangle”. On September 2, 2006, the viewing platform was officially opened. In 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2017 the castings of "Deutschland sucht den Superstar" (German Idol) took place here. From a height of more than 100 meters you can enjoy the fantastic view over Cologne.
Further names for Cologne
This place is also known as: Köln, Kln, Kolonia, Cologne
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