Our tour begins in the "Vringsveedel," as Cologne residents affectionately call the neighborhood around St. Severin. On our Südstadt tour, we touch on Severinstrasse, which became famous not least in 2009 for the dramatic collapse of the city archives. We will learn, for example, how Reichsmarschall von Hindenburg became peaceful and that there is both a living room mosque and the birthplace of a Nobel Prize winner in literature to discover in Cologne's Südstadt. You will also sample culinary delights from carefully selected small stores and eateries.
Discover the multicultural Cologne way of life through food! Cologne's Südstadt stands like no other district for the more than 2000 years of Cologne's city history. In Roman times, Severinstrasse was one of the major traffic routes in the Roman Empire.This content has been machine translated.