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We enjoyed a walk through the park on our first day after arriving. Really spacious despite there being a lot of people there, didn't feel crowded at all. The lake is lovely, we stopped for drinks at one of the cafe's which was reasonably priced....More
Easily accessible by tram, the park offers huge amount of space, and is perfect for a day out with friends and a BBQ. If you’re looking to buy drinks whilst their I would recommend finding a man selling on his bicycle who patrols all over...More
Hiroshima-Nagasaki Park is a peaceful memorial park located to the north of the University of Cologne and West of the city center. It was a beautiful park and a great place to take a break while walking thru the city.
Attending the peace memorial, ground zero of the Nagasaki atomic bomb and its memorial is like a pilgrimage for peace and remembrance for all the lost souls of the last world war. I hope generations to come will value this and work for peace.
I walked the length of the park - it is very long. There is everything here. Walking, running, cross training, lake, children's areas, tennis and so on... The town walls can be seen from the park as well as hundreds of allotment vegetable gardens and...More
It was quite a walk from the city centre to park but it was definitely worth it. Lovely atmosphere, great surroundings, and lots to look at. If you want to escape the busy inner city of Cologne, you should definitely head to this park, relax...More
This is one of the perfect locations in Cologne to enjoy a nice barbecue with friends. Just take your stuff with you (beer, barbecue, meat, etc) and live a full German experience, looking at the lake and with nice people all around. Another convenient point...More
This is a beautiful park, well-maintained and a great location for a nice stroll or a picnic. It's kind of between the Museum for East-Asian Art and the GeoMuseum of the University of Cologne, so if one of those things interest you (or even both?),...More