City of the Dome and art metropolis, largest carnival city in Germany, modern media city and ancient Roman bastion...many traces of the last 2000 years intrigue students on school trips to cologne. The Dome of Cologne is part of UNESCO World-Heritage and stands tall with its twin towers above the beautiful oldtown. The Media Park lures you in with offers in TV and Radio productions. A boat trip on the Rhein river along the unique panorama is ideally combined with a visit to the chocolate museum.
5 days / day trips / adaptations as desired
- Day 1 – Departure from hometown – walking tour in Cologne Arrival in Cologne during the day and check in at the accommodation. Afterwards first discovery on foot through the old town – the Dome of Cologne, the promenades along the river shore and the popular shopping street Schilder-Gasse are in easy distance.
- Day 2 – Discover the city – Dome of Cologne – museums After the breakfast start with discovering the oldtown directly by the river Rhein, where modern hospitals line the river shore and where not far away the famous Hohenzollern bridge crosses the river. The openminded people of Cologne love their city and their Dome. It's worth a visit.
Day 3 - Media Park – Studio Tours
MEDIA PARK: Cologne is a very modern and first-class location of the German Media culture; and a visit to the Media Park makes that very clear.
STUDIO TOURS: On a Studio Tours you can glimpse behind the scenes and with a lot of fun and maybe a little stage fright you can go in front of the camera in the studios.
- Day 4 - Rhein-boat trip – Chocolate museum – Olympia museum A boat trip on the Rhein offers sights and views of the magnificent panorama of Cologne. Other highlights of the city are the Chocolate Museum and the Olympic Museum.
- Day 5 - Departure One last stroll from the Roman tower to the modern buildings along the river shore. Everywhere you can find the funny souvenirs of the double tower of the Dome. Start of the journey home.