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Airports in Cologne

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Cologne Bonn Airport
Cologne HBF Airport

What You Need to Know About Cologne

Cologne is one of the most important cities in Germany. The Rhine River passes through the middle of the city and the two sides of the river are connected to each other by 8 bridges. Due to the influence of the Rhine River, its climate is wetter and wetter than that of Germany in general. Cologne, like the capital Berlin, has a cosmopolitan structure. The city, which combines many religious beliefs, has places of worship for every religious belief. The famous structure of Cologne is the Gothic style double-towered Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom), which is on the UNESCO Cultural Heritage list. In addition to the Cologne Cathedral, there are the Chocolate Museum, Kolumba Museum, Römisch-Germanisches Museum, Ludwig Museum, Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Hohenzollern Bridge, Flora und Botanischer Garten, Gross St. Martin, Cologne Cable Car, Perfume Museum, Old Town Square and Cologne Zoo are among the top places to visit.

Cologne air traffic is provided by Cologne Bonn Airport, which has an important place in international air transportation. Cologne Bonn Airport is 15 km from Cologne and 16 km from Bonn. Cologne center can be reached in 12 minutes by train, and Bonn center can be reached in 20-25 minutes by express bus. Companies serving Cologne Bonn Airport include Turkish Airlines, Bora Jet, Sun Express, British Airways, Hankook Air US, Aegean Airlines, TAP Portugal. You can visit for detailed information about airline companies.

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Cologne, Germany's 4th largest city, was founded by the Romans in 38 BC. The city was named after Emperor Nero's mother. The city is like a three-dimensional history and architecture book. It is impossible not to be impressed by the Roman architectural structure.

It is impossible not to be impressed by the modern buildings on the Rhine River. There is so much to do and see in the city that you will have great difficulty leaving.

Although German is generally spoken in the city, it is possible to come across many people who speak Turkish, Russian and Kurdish. It is possible to travel around the city where Turks live densely and without feeling like a stranger and come across a Turk. It is a city that you will love with its food and venues.