Hostel in Cologne
Cologne is the fourth largest city in Germany, and home to one of Europe's oldest universities, the University of Cologne. There are a variety of interesting sites to see. Though the city center was completely destroyed during World War II, the city rebuilt things quite nicely, and still has many great examples of medieval architecture. Cologne is also home to several museums, including the Roman-Germanic Museum, which houses art and architecture from ancient Roman and Germanic civilizations, and the Museum Ludwig, which houses a collection of modern European art, including a substantial collection of works by Picasso. Cologne is also a great place to try traditional German food and beer, and is well-known for its local beer, kolsch.
Choose from a variety of hostels in Cologne
Hostels can be an affordable way to find a place to sleep for the night; however, they're not necessarily the best way to interact with the local culture. What if you could find a place to stay for the night that is as cheap as staying in a hostel, while also getting the opportunity to experience the hospitality of the people of Cologne? You can if you stay in a bed and breakfast or rent a cheap apartment from private owners. This gives you the best of both worlds, with an affordable place to stay and the insider's knowledge of Cologne that only a local can provide. Hostels are cheap, sure, but they're full of tourists who don't know the best places to eat, shop, and drink like a local does. Consider renting an apartment or staying in a bed and breakfast for your next trip instead of staying in a hostel. A hostel is affordable, but it won't give you the kind of access to a local that you need to make your stay something special. Rather than staying in hostels, you could leave the city with the knowledge that you not only had a great time, but you also made a new friend in Cologne.