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THE 5 BEST Cologne Gay Clubs & Bars (with Photos)

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Babylon Sauna in Cologne — could it get any sexier than this? Even the sweetest and most wholesome of cities likes to get dirty sometimes. The music is much more mixed than you would find in other clubs across the city. There is a wide selection of cocktails, wines, spirits and beers to keep you going for the entire evening! Rudolfpltaz-Schaafenstrasse West Cologne gay neighbourhood Go West! Under the constant shadow of the Kölner Dom, Cologne Köln in German is a city shrouded in mystique and wonder. Allow the steam to melt away all your worried thoughts and stresses. And if you get hungry, there's an on-site cafe which becomes a bar at night.

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There are room options that range from the basic amenities, all the way up to suites. Attracting over 1 million people to the city, every year the streets become a burst of colour, glitter and grandeur. It has and nice warm summers, while you can enjoy spring blossoms or autumn foliage in the shoulder seasons. The elferRat restaurant boasts fabulous regional and international dishes, bursting with authentic flavours. Simply walking through the Old Town is enough to convince you of the wonders Cologne has to offer. For a quick bite to eat or a hearty lunch, is a lovely cafe to spend an afternoon in. There is a constant hive of activity buzzing throughout the halls, from families to cute couples.

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July Not only is it's also one of the. With over 10,000 species of plants, you can spend up to a full day wandering through the various greenhouses and gardens. And boy, does Cologne like to get dirty. Hänneschen und die Pfeffermühle One of our favourite restaurants in the old town in Heumarkt square, is a great place to get acquainted with German cuisine. Each room has its own unique setting.

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Notably, the Mr Bear Germany competition, where the mightiest and fiercest of the German bears are crowned. Pizza that has a super soft and thick crust, layered with fresh sauce and delicious toppings. The major tourist attractions in Cologne are also near the main railway station, and the hipster neighborhoods around Rudolfplatz and the Belgian Quarter are just a short tram ride away or maybe a maximum 20-minute walk. Located at Mathiasstraße 5, Deck 5 is open from 8pm to 6am every day. Important note: Due to the Corona epidemic, many places are closed, events have been cancelled and opening hours may change.

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Taking place over the last weekend in November, Cologne is lit up with the rainbow once more, with events gripping the city. Located at Pipinstraße 3, Barcelon Colonia is open from 6pm — 11pm Tuesday to Saturday , 2pm — 11pm Friday and Saturday and closed on Sunday. All you need to do to enjoy, is just curl up with a loved one under a warm blanket and take in the incredible atmosphere. Here are some of the best gay or gay-friendly restaurants throughout the city: Café Rico Often one of the busiest places in the city, and for good reason, is a cosy spot with great food and fantastic service. Inside, the decor is stripped back and minimalistic with white walls and black furniture. This is a fabulous place to go with a big group of friends as some sauna rooms can seat up to 50 people! Approximately one million people visit Cologne for Carnival and the costumes are really a sight unto themselves! Later in the evening, the gay fun really begins.

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Schampanja

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Here, you can put your Spiderman skills to the test and walk, run, crawl or vogue across the walls of the Via Ferrata tower! We particularly loved the Palm House, that makes you feel like you're in the middle of a tropical jungle, even if it's snowing outside! Party until dawn inside Deck 5. Friendly staff and great drinks all round, Die Mumu is a fun, carefree and fabulous way to finish off your day in Cologne. Apart from the Fragrance and Chocolate museums already mentioned, we recommend the , the and the art museum! Plus, there is a lovely seating area outside, perfect for street viewing and people watching. With queens from across the city and beyond, this club showcases just how diverse German drag really is. The crowd here is fairly eclectic, though tends to lean more towards the younger side.

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