In a city as special as Aachen there had to be a special town hall. It has two spectacular facades, one facing the cathedral and the other to the market square. Both are beautiful. It is Gothic and inside you visit several historic
The squares of Aachen are wonderful places. We found this little square with a fountain that caught my attention for its originality. There are action figures you can almost touch and play with. A marvel. Almost like they have a look
Considered the oldest cathedral in northern Europe, the cathedral of Aachen (Aachen, Germany) is a building of great historical significance. Charlemagne had built a large palace complex built within the same octagonal church for
They say this is the most European city in Europe. It has given prizes to the most European people and demonstrates with pride in every one of its squares his Europeanism. Now that almost no city is very proud of their own country
These two wonderful palaces, which are impressive both inside and out, were the beginning of our trip around this part of Germany and where we began learning that these wonders are also World Heritage sites. Inside the palace is the
This is like a town from a fairy tale that has a particular charm. Despite the heavy rain, I loved it! A piece of advice: don't park right at the entrance to the town. If you enter a little further, parking is cheaper (3 euros). And
It is a rehearsal place for musicians. Over 100 rooms and is the largest in Germany for this purpose. The school has batteries, a hall and classes in saxophone repair, guitar Doctors, and lounges for meetings between musicians. Set in
In this German city where carnivals do not know ve is ve, when one walks into a bar you have to give them "Kölsch". Kölsch is a word that is traditional in Cologne and is the name of the dialect and the local beer. Whoever visits
Phoenix is a nice cocktail bar, renovated in 2009, where you can enjoy the screens to watch sports. Serve meals and snacks like nachos to share. Cocktails at happy hour cost only 4 euros. Service is friendly and it is good value.
In Cologne, a fountain (Heinzelmännchenbrunnen) commemorates the Heinzelmännchen and the tailor's wife. The Heinzelmännchen are a race of creatures appearing in a tale connected with the city of Cologne in Germany.
The little house
Cologne has dozens of Romanesque churches. St Gereon is one of them, and I really liked the architecture, among other things, its high vaults, and its white exterior (white and neat carved facades have always fascinated me!). Built in
This is a stunning museum that accurately recounts the evolution of Nazism in Germany. The holding cells and the bathroom will leave you speechless. Imagining what the prisoners must've endured with make you leave with a lump in your