Cologne-Deutz

Cologne-Deutz

Cologne-Deutz is booming: the Koelnmesse exhibition centre, the Kölnarena, the broadcasting company RTL, Lufthansa, Talanx/Gerling, bee line and Designpost are but a few of the top-flight companies who have located here. Economically, the neighbourhood of Deutz is becoming a centre with importance far beyond the boundaries of Cologne.

Located directly on the bank of the River Rhine, Deutz affords an excellent view of the Cologne skyline, with the Cathedral, Philharmonie concert hall, the old town centre, the church of Groß St. Martin, bridges and ships. The Rhine Promenade in Deutz is a popular destination for strollers, joggers and tourists, and offers many attractive venues such as beer gardens, beach bars, restaurants and parks.

Location in downtown Cologne

Whether it’s window-shopping on the popular Schildergasse shopping street, enjoying a concert in the Philharmonie concert hall, seeking inspiration at the Ludwig Museum of Modern Art or visiting a pub in the old town centre – you can do it all on foot, within just a few minutes’ walk from the KölnTriangle.

Exhibition centre
Thanks to the location directly adjacent to the Koelnmesse exhibition centre, you always have direct access to the innovations on offer by industrial companies, retailers and service providers. Moreover, there is a wide selection of first-class hotels as well as accommodation in the upper and medium price ranges.

The ICE train terminal Cologne-Deutz/Messe also faces Ottoplatz, on the opposite side of the street. The Cologne main station can be reached on foot witjavascript:setTextFormatInput('strong','form0','text_eng');hin just a few minutes by crossing the Hohenzollern Bridge.
You also enjoy convenient connections to regional trains and the tram system. The regional train S-Bahn (Line 1) regional train practically stops at the front door. The entire metropolitan region of Cologne and the surrounding (very popular) suburbs and villages can also be reached within just a few minutes.

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