Considered the birthplace of Western civilization, Athens is the capital of Greece, and with its 3500 years of history, one of the oldest cities in Europe.
Classical Athens brought us the Arts, the Academy, democracy and philosophy. Nowadays, it’s a huge metropolis where over 3 million people live and 4 to 5 millions travel to each year.
Cologne is a German city located in North Rhine-Westphalia, close to Belgium’s border. It is actually the 4th largest city in Germany and is home to one of Europe’s oldest and largest universities.
Cologne was one of the cities that suffered the most during World War II and most of it was destroyed by bombs, then rebuilt after the war.
So I put together a little guide for those of you who would like to visit this city and don’t know where to start or what it has to offer.