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All reviews love locks both sides pedestrian walkway nice walk across the river main station old town cologne cathedral city centre train station thousands padlock rhine cyclists engraved lovelocks dom
What should I tell you? It is a train bridge and a very beautiful one for that matter. It was destroyed in WW2 but also was rebuild to it's former glory.
The view from it is awesome and in case you have the time check...More
I was randomly strolling around Frankfurt, down by the river, and I came across this bridge just as the sun was setting. (I had done no research before going there, so I didn't know about this bridge ahead of time). I didn't have the bridge...More
I didn't realise that this was the padlock bridge of the city until we crossed it. It's beautiful to look at and I would recommend crossing late afternoon as the sun is setting by the cathedral as you get some stunning views and picture opportunities...More
Response from Torchythetourist | Reviewed this property |
We went to a little shop down a side street as you go down to the river walk off one of the squares. The padlock and engraving was 9 euros!! Dont go to the shops right near the cathedral they are very expensive look around!
I would also recommend bringing your own. Just make sure that it is fairly sturdy. There are so many locks already attached, that flimsy ones are apt to be smashed and lost. People are now resorting to... More
I would also recommend bringing your own. Just make sure that it is fairly sturdy. There are so many locks already attached, that flimsy ones are apt to be smashed and lost. People are now resorting to climbing up the supports to find places to attach their locks. Quite amazing. We even saw a few "antique" locks - one about 6 inches long with a raised lizard carved across the face...lots with names and dates. Quite a sight! Enjoy!