Kartoniert Cologne, Bonn, Düsseldorf and Aachen. By Tobia Fricke, Andreas Kaul, Aurelia Plieschke et al. 2nd ed. 194 p. w. maps and numerous col. photos. 20,5 cm 242g , in englischer Sprache.
Travel information. 8
Federal Republic of Germany - some facts. 17
The Rhineland - A European Cultural Region. 20
Events and Festivals in the Rhineland. 26
City map. 30
City map. 68
City map. 90
City map. 114
Overview map. 122
Lower Rhine (Niederrhein). 120
Bergisches Land. 137
Siebengebirge & Siegtal. 147
Museums in the Rhineland. 156
Nature Parks in the Rhineland. 158
Welcome to the Rhineland!
Entertainment, natural beauty, shopping and sightseeing - when it comes to leisure activities, the Rhineland has it all, whether you're living in the region or just here for a short holiday.
2000 years of history since Roman times, the Augustusburg palace and museums that bring to life the story of chocolate or villages from the old days - these attractions and more invite you to explore the history of the area.
Besides covering the cities of Cologne, Düsseldorf, Bonn and Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), our comprehensive guide to the Rhineland takes you out into the country, where trips to the hills of the Eifel and the Bergisches Land as well as down the lower Rhine combine cultural highlights with unspoilt nature.
Of course the Rhineland has exclusive places for shopping with something in every price range, from Düsseldorfs famous Königsallee to the coolest stores in the centre of Bonn and Cologne.
And if you're still hungry for more fun at the end of a long day, check out the nightlife. We've tested the pubs, bars and clubs to make sure you don't miss out on the hottest night-spots in the Rhineland.
Phone numbers, web addresses and opening times round it all off, so you'll always be in the right place at the right time.
We hope you have lots of fun in the Rhineland!