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KÖLN! I lived here almost a year, love it! carnival time is worse han Finnish 1 may, labor day, but no trouble or anything, burn the guy,,, Köln or Cologne is special German town, we lived in Latino quarter, salsa, tango, tapas, wine, music, eating out with few euros, lot of etchnical restaurants. plenty to see DOM ofcourse but lot of other things...
I liked very much this city. It is very pleasant to walk in the car-free streets in the historical city center. Don't be shy to discover the area around the center where most of the ambassies, consulates were or are still sitting. Take the time to go to the Villa Hammerschmidt and the Palace Schaumburg in the former house of the german Chancellor.
This huge gothic cathedral, Kölner Dom, is the central point of the whole city. Its endlessly tall towers and impressive facade dominate the whole city center. Inside you will find slender nave and endless amount of religious treasures.
An exceptional museum housing one of the worlds biggest collections of glassware and jewellery from Roman area. But the most impressive element is anyway the vast Roman mosaic about the world of Dionysus.
Unlike the city, the train station is pretty awful. Architecture wise, it's a disaster but the station is very close to the city center so you can easily forget about it as soon as you enter the streets.
The Aldstadt area of Dusseldorf is packed with small bars and restaurants. The area and especially the Bolkerstrasse has a reputation of being the longest bar in Europe.
Go to the Aldstadt, find one of the great breweries, enjoy an alt bier and watch the street turn into a big party.
Small town with not much to see or do, nice neighbourhoods though if you plan to live here.
Best city on earth! The longer you stay, the more you'll like it.