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Cologne, Rhineland’s capital, offers a wealth of sights and attractions for stimulating school trips.

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Cologne, Rhineland’s capital, is famous for its magnificent Gothic cathedral which is one of the largest churches in the world. With its lacy spires and flying buttresses, jam-packed with art and treasures, it has been a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1996.

Other popular attractions include the Imhoff Stollwerck Chocolate Museum, and its neighbour, the German Sport & Olympia Museum. Visit the Bayer Leverkusen football club, where the guided tour includes stadium and grounds. Nearby, the Bayer Pharmaceuticals Visitor Centre, BayKomm, offers a multimedia experience and a stimulating insight into today’s research for tomorrow’s world.

Bonn offers the museum of Beethoven’s House and the Haus der Geschichte which depicts Germany’s history since WWII. Guided tours in English are free.

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