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A walk across this bridge is quite an experience every where you look there are Love Locks. Cross the bridge to the KölnTriangle building (Tall round office block) for a few Euros you can ascend by lift to the top and look down on the...More
The Hohenzollern Bridge (German: Hohenzollernbrücke) is a bridge crossing the river Rhine in the German city of Cologne (German: Köln). It crosses the Rhine at kilometre 688.5. Originally, the bridge was both a railway and road bridge. However, after its destruction in 1945 and its...More
It is a steel bridge, a railway bridge, consists of three separate steel bridges, each support two railway tracks. A magnificent and outstanding landmark over the Rhine River at Cologne City Centre. Very busy bridges with passing trains every 3-5 minutes, as these bridges are...More
It' one of the best walks in Cologne . You corss the Rhine and have nice views of the city and the cathedral . On the other side there's a building with a terrace you pay a small amount to visit and has fantastic views...More
The bridge is a must visit thing when in Cologne. Its interesting to walk on the bridge along with trains passing by. And the bridge has lots of locks put up there as symbol of love by couples and family. The river looks so beautiful...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!