Kölner Milljöh und römische Märtyrer - Stadtführung mit deinem Smartphone

In the organizer's words:

The tour starts at Rudolfplatz and takes you through one of the city's most popular districts: the Friesenviertel.

This Cologne "Veedel" has always been popular as a nightlife district and long bore the nickname "Chicago on the Rhine" - as it was characterized by the city's Milljöh and red light district from the 1950s to the 1970s. The dimly lit bars and nightclubs full of "easy girls", crooks and criminals have given way to countless trendy bars, boutiques and chic restaurants.

But even here, Roman and medieval Cologne still intermingle with the modern metropolis.

This tour takes you on a journey through time - first to the Cologne of the crook kings Schäfers Nas and Dummse Tünn and then to the martyrs around St. Gereon and the Thebaic Legion, deep into the Roman past of the city on the Rhine.

At the stops, there are entertaining tasks to solve and exciting questions to answer. For example, who knows why there is a severed head lying around behind Gereon Church? Find out and who it is!

The tour is a great way to get outside and discover new things with friends or on your own.

It's like being shown around Cologne by a good friend.

The tour can be started at any time and again, on site or from home, in the browser of a smartphone.

Have fun in Cologne!

Find out more and book directly

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Köln, Rudolfplatz Rudolfplatz 50674 Köln

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