You know you’ve become integrated into German society when you start watching Tatort religiously every Sunday. Some people love it, others hate it. If you’re not a Tatort fan, it’s […]
The Rhineland is in lock-down and more and more people are staying at home to protect the elderly and vulnerable. It’s tough – but we all know the measures are […]
Get your dancing shoes on, Tango is coming to Bonn in a big way at the 11th Bonn Tango Festival! There are classes and workshops for all levels, as well as concerts and special performances.
This year’s Art Cologne kicks off on April 26th and runs through to April 29th. The annual trade fair gives international art galleries the chance to present artwork from the […]
There’s never been a better time to visit the Cologne zoo. With two new babies in the elephant enclosure, this year’s ‘Elephant Day’ on April 09, promises to be better than ever!
Brexit is officially upon us. Today, Theresa May will formally trigger Article 50, the process that begins the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. We asked three Brits living in Cologne, how Brexit is going to affect them.
Introduce your kids to classical music at the Cologne Philharmonie watching a live orchestra play the musical score to the film.