Cologne: Chocolate Museum Entrance Ticket
- Skip the line
- Valid: 1 day
per group up to 5
Enjoy some of Cologne’s harbors and their facilities with explanations from a knowledgeable local guide in German on this 3-hour harbor cruise. The tour on MS Rhein Cargo, MS Rheinland or MS Rheinperle examines the history of the Rheinau Harbor, offers insights into the Deutz Harbor and Mülheim Harbor and takes you into the container harbor Niehl, one of Germany’s largest inland harbors. During the tour your guide will offer you useful information and exciting anecdotes about Cologne's harbors, their history, dates and figures and you can observe the work in the harbor Niehl, a unique insight in the city.
Visit the fascinating cathedral city of Cologne and learn all about its 2000 years of history on a guided bike tour. Explore the city in an environmentally friendly way and ride through the Roman times to the Middle Ages up to the latest architectural developments. Along the way you’ll hear exciting anecdotes and fascinating historical facts on your journey of discovery though Germany’s oldest city. Explore Cologne on a route of approximately 15 kilometers and discover the most interesting places in the city along the way. Start at the Eigelsteintor, the medieval symbol of the northern old town, and ride past the Prussian Fort X and across the Zoobrücke. From here you can enjoy the fantastic views of Cologne’s skyline. Ride to the green area of the city, the right bank of Rheinpark, which was voted Germany’s most beautiful park in 2007. From the bridgehead of the Hohenzollern Bridge yo...
We selected the 3hr bike tour (English) at 1030am. Sarah (our guide) was super knowledgeable and super informative about local customs and information. The bike riding was easy and the whole tour was fantastic. We have no issues in recommending this tour to other interested parties.
See the most beautiful landmarks of Cologne on a 3-wheeled scooter. Start your tour at the Alter Messeturm at the edge of the Rheinhallen in Deutz with a view over the Rhine to the famous Cathedral of the city. Cruise to the Hohenzollern Bridge - one of the city's landmarks and the busiest railway bridge in Germany. Cross the bridge on the way to the main station, catching beautiful views of the old town and the Rhine promenade. Pass the Heinrich-Böll-Platz with the striking Ludwig Museum and the Philharmonie, then drive around the imposing Cologne Cathedral. Venture through the small alleys of the historic Gürzenich with its hay market and then continue to the hub of the Old Town, the Old Market Square with the oldest town hall in Germany. After a short break, visit "Tünnes and Schäles", two puppet sculptures embedded in the culture and humor of the city. Rub their noses for an extra p...
We accidentally booked the tour not knowing it was in German. The tour guide was German but still did the tour for us and did a great job. The scooters were very nice and fun! I hope they add a English tour guide in the future. I wish the pickup location was closer to the other side of the river. It was too far away from all the attractions.
On a sleepy Sunday, when the city seems to lie at rest and a stillness fills the streets of quirky Cologne, take an interesting tour through the hip Belgian quarter and quirky Ehrenfeld area of the city. Rent a bicycle near the Eigelsteintor and cruise through the city on your Citybike as you hear interesting information from your guide. Discover the different forms of street art around the city and see pieces by artists from around the world. Learn about the background and techniques of this art form and its artists, and see another style of art of provisionality and perpetual change, before taking a relaxing break in a local café.
Piet was a great tour guide with much enthusiasm and passion for street art. The pace was perfect and we even stopped for a coffee.
Enjoy this 3-hour bicycle tour of Cologne, where you will get around the city and explore the main highlights. Your lively and motivated guide it'll bring entertainment and humor to the table to share their city with you. Get a wonderful new perspective on Cologne's Old Town, as well as a splash of nature with the magnificent Rhine Promenade and Rhine Meadows. Take a refreshing stop at the halfway point to enjoy a cold beverage. Ride with all your friends and family as this tour is suitable for all ages and experience levels. The group size is kept small and the pace will be comfortable to enable you to take in the sights as you go. You'll have a well-maintained bicycle, which is easily adjustable for different heights and simple to ride.
Enjoy a pocket hotspot device rental service. Access the web throughout Germany. Avoid expensive data roaming charges or connecting to insecure public internet points and, most importantly, save yourself the time and hassle of looking for free Wi-Fi every time you need an internet connection. With this service, you won’t have to change your sim card during your vacation or buy a high-cost data package in advance. This is an unlimited package at truly 4G/LTE speed - it is secure and works everywhere in Germany. There are no speed limitations at any level of data usage. Watch movies, play games, make online calls, stream your playlists, share your memories, use live navigation, and more. Please note that mobile operators sources may affect speed. Order your pocket WiFi device and have it shipped to your destination in the EU before you arrive. When you get there, you’ll be ready to enjoy...
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The Chocolate Museum is definitely a very interesting and worth seeing thing when you are in Cologne. I would definitely order the tickets in advance, you avoid a long waiting time at the cash desk and we have also booked a guided tour that I can highly recommend to everyone. You are informed about the important things and thus learn a lot about the production and processing and see a little more than the visitors who "just" walk through. A successful experience!
It was my second time there and I would visit it again on my next stay in Cologne. A nice journey into the history of chocolate. It is there for both young and old. While your own chocolate creation is being completed, you can enjoy the view of the Rhine over a cup of coffee.
Visiting this museum was one of the best step for our short vacation there in Köln. My family and myself we were very surprised about this type of presentation, this line process to produce chocolate there was more than interesting. Thank you Chocolate Museum!
Very well explained. The little film is also very well made and the time travel is really fantastic. I have to do it again.
Good value for money lovely staff very informative