Gay Travel Guide: Cologne, Germany

Area: 156 sq mi
Population: 1,018,000
Things to do Gay: Bars, Clubs, Burmuda Triangle, Gay associations
Things to do: Kölner Dom, St Martin Church, Rhein, Eau du Cologne Museum

Need Cash: No

Walk: XX
Bike: XXXX
Public Transit: XXX
Car: X

Cities near by: Düsseldorf, Aachen, Bonn, Koblenz, Dortmund, Essen

12 COMMENTS

  1. Sorry, but what a waste of time.
    Endless repetitions of imprecise facts and boring blah blah. As if that was not enough, at the end of your tedious explanations, you take the viewer to the side of the bridge from which you can hardly see anything (from behind the fence). Didn't you even notice that walking on the other side of the bridge would have opened the view to the magnificent Cathedral's choir and the Museum Ludwig's "cockscomb" roof and the Rhine garden? No wonder that you find it "not one of the more interesting cities"— You probably neither went to Friesenplatz nor the "Belgian Quarter" either, where the young people go. Away from the touristy attractions around the famous dome.
    I agree, Cologne is not a super "exiting" city in many ways, but you should show a little bit more effort. And please, do a little bit of research before giving overhasty comments and going "on air" — so many imprecise facts (e.g. Cologne is Germany's 4th largest city not "maybe like the 6th largest?", …). My advice, cut the time of your videos in half and give triple the amount of sound, accurate information.

  2. I love your videos. Keep up the good work! I totally agree with you on this one – I was actually in Cologne the following weekend, also alone. It's a nice enough place, but I got bored pretty quickly. I think you need a reason to visit – like pride, carnival etc. I found it ugly, and aside from the Dom and the nice parks, it didn't really capture me. I bet it's great for student or gay life, but as a weekend break I didn't love it as much as I thought I would. Still, it wasn't bad. Thx again!

  3. Love all these gay travel videos (even though im not gay lol) so much to see in the world. Btw im from a town in Germany called Sondershausen, although ive lived in the UK most of my life :/ hoping to go back when i turn 18.

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