Cologne

Getting there

You can get to Cologne from Berlin, Brussels and Stuttgart. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 03:14 AU$ 47
From Amsterdam 02:38 AU$ 111
From Frankfurt 00:55 AU$ 77
From Berlin 04:19 AU$ 176
From Brussels 01:42 AU$ 47
From Stuttgart 02:14 AU$ 119
From Luxembourg 03:19 AU$ 97
From Dusseldorf 00:21 AU$ 16
From Mannheim 01:29 AU$ 124
From Bonn 00:20 AU$ 23
From Karlsruhe 02:04 AU$ 139
From Bremen 03:02 AU$ 108
From Utrecht 02:10 AU$ 100
From Siegen 01:26 AU$ 35
From Bielefeld 01:47 AU$ 76
From Hamm Westf 01:15 AU$ 53
From Muenster 01:40 AU$ 61
From Dortmund 01:06 AU$ 47
From Andernach 00:45 AU$ 29
From Hagen 00:45 AU$ 45
From Krefeld 00:43 AU$ 39
From Duisburg 00:36 AU$ 16
From Wuppertal 00:28 AU$ 21
From Essen 00:49 AU$ 16
From Koblenz 00:52 AU$ 39
From Liege 01:01 AU$ 31
From Opladen 00:16 AU$ 6
From Bochum 01:00 AU$ 44
From Kall 00:57 AU$ 24
From Au 00:53 AU$ 24
From Schwerte 01:11 AU$ 39

Getting around

From Cologne, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Bonn 00:29 AU$ 23
To Opladen 00:36 AU$ 21
To Dusseldorf 00:51 AU$ 27
To Schwerte 01:09 AU$ 39
To Kall 01:09 AU$ 24
To Wuppertal 01:11 AU$ 21
To Au 01:16 AU$ 24
To Andernach 01:16 AU$ 29
To Krefeld 01:29 AU$ 53
To Koblenz 01:35 AU$ 39
To Duisburg 01:36 AU$ 27
To Essen 01:48 AU$ 39
To Bochum 02:06 AU$ 44
To Hagen 02:11 AU$ 45
To Utrecht 02:14 AU$ 87
To Dortmund 02:36 AU$ 48
To Liege 03:05 AU$ 39
To Mannheim 03:07 AU$ 143
To Hamm Westf 03:08 AU$ 53
To Frankfurt 03:11 AU$ 123
To Siegen 03:20 AU$ 35
To Muenster 03:37 AU$ 61
To Stuttgart 04:31 AU$ 168
To Luxembourg 04:45 AU$ 84
To Bielefeld 04:48 AU$ 92
To Karlsruhe 04:51 AU$ 155
To Bremen 04:52 AU$ 119
To Brussels 04:59 AU$ 79
To Giessen 05:42 AU$ 168
To Amsterdam 05:49 AU$ 127
To Berlin 06:38 AU$ 263
To Paris 09:00 AU$ 226

Cologne city guide

Cologne, enjoy every minute of this amazing German city!

It’s hard to miss the soaring twin towers of Cologne’s landmark Gothic cathedral. But to see what really makes this German city tick, pick a cosy inn on the River Rhine, order a glass of Kölsch beer and enjoy a chat with the friendly locals.

Fourteen museums are to be visited in this fourth biggest city of Germany , including the Farina Fragrance museum birthplace of the famous Eau-de Cologne. No wonder that one needs a refreshment after so many visits. Cologne is known as the German town with countless bars and restaurants.

Severely destroyed during World War II, Cologne still shows some historical buildings next to many reconstructed sites. It also offers many standards of modern architecture, including many bridges and skyscrapers.

With its famous Carnival in November(one of Europe’s biggest street festivals), and its taste for music, medias and technology, Cologne shows countless facets of its lively charm.

Cologne station(s)

Trains are convenient way to reach any town and city in Europe. All main towns have a railway station, while major cities have more than two railway stations. Nearly all railway stations are located in the city centre. Check our map to locate railway station(s) in Cologne.


Koeln Deutz

Address: Ottoplatz 2 50679 Cologne

Koeln Hbf

Address: Breslauer Platz 4 50668 Cologne



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"Beats flying "

  John h. 
Was a great way to get to Cologne from Paris, very fast, comfortable and great value.