Germany's 'Big Five' in Focus: Cologne

The oldest of Germany’s ‘Big Five’, Holy Cologne used to be medieval Germany’s biggest city. Not much of it survived WW II, but plenty has been repaired and rebuilt, most famously its outstanding Cathedral. But the city on the Rhine is also home to the world’s largest number of Romanesque churches. The biggest glass manufacturing centre of the Roman Empire used to be Europe’s second biggest wine market in the early Middle Ages and is home to the biggest carnival and gay-pride parades in Europe, usually attracting more than one million spectators each. Often referred to as the northernmost Mediterranean city, Cologne is refreshingly easy-going and bound to excite visitors any time of the year.

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  • Hybrid (F2F & Online simultaneously)
$39 Limited

<p>The oldest of Germany’s ‘Big Five’, Holy Cologne used to be medieval Germany’s biggest city. Not much of it survived WW II, but plenty has been repaired and rebuilt, most famously its outstanding

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08 Mar
$39 Limited

<p>The oldest of Germany’s ‘Big Five’, Holy Cologne used to be medieval Germany’s biggest city. Not much of it survived WW II, but plenty has been repaired and rebuilt, most famously its outstanding

...
08 Mar

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