DMEXCO attendees guide to Cologne

DMEXCO attendees guide to Cologne

Whether you arrive a day early or if you are looking for a nice place to have drinks with a client, we understand how the right data, at the right time, can make a difference. With DMEXCO around the corner, hope you’ll enjoy this “5 other things you don’t want to miss while in Cologne” guide.


Bei Oma Kleinmann

You haven’t really been to Cologne unless you’ve tried the best and biggest schnitzel you’ve ever eaten, served with chilled local beer. Have lunch or dinner in this long-standing highly praised institute.


The Belgian Quarter

Who would have thought that the coolest place in Cologne is actually Belgium? Enjoy a night out with colleagues or clients in this trendy, hispter-y, chic center of bars and live music venues,
Location: between Aachener Straße in the south and Friesenplatz in the northeast.




The Ludwig Museum

If you have some free time and you love modern art, you’re in luck. The Ludwig Museum includes Pop Art, Abstract and Surrealism and features works by Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and Roy Lichtenstein.
Location: Heinrich-Böll-Platz, 50667 Köln, Germany


Hohe Strasse

If you can’t go home empty-handed, just a 10-minute drive away from DMEXCO, you’ll find Hohe Street – one of Cologne’s main shopping precincts filled with everything from souvenirs to high-end fashion brands, and everything in between.





If you’re in the mood for a Sushi bar, the reviews for this restaurant are overwhelmingly great. The bonus news is that they also deliver, so if you can’t get away from work, you can still enjoy these Asian delights.

And to make the most out of your conference, schedule a meeting with our team. 

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