Hidden Cologne – urban city guide to be published for the second time
The second issue of hidden cologne – urban city guide is now available. This English-language magazine, which is directed at the city’s guests and “temporary citizens”, once again shows its readers the hidden, largely unknown sides of Cologne. On the 76 pages of the magazine, readers will once again find that there’s a lot to discover alongside the familiar tourist attractions: interesting people, unusual perspectives, inspiring ideas and creative concepts. In other words, Cologne is colourful, multifaceted and innovative.
For example, the current issue includes reports about modern architecture, contemporary art in galleries and offspaces, the recreational quality of Cologne’s squares and parks, gay and lesbian life in the city, Cologne’s culinary scene, sustainable fashion and club culture. Readers also receive numerous practical insider tips and addresses for their visit to Cologne.
hidden cologne is part of #urbanana
hidden cologne, which is published by the Stadtrevue-Verlag, was initiated by the Cologne Tourist Board, which has also financially supported the two issues published to date. The funding comes from the EU-supported #urbanana project, in which the partners Tourismus NRW, the Cologne Tourist Board, Düsseldorf Tourismus and Ruhr Tourismus are working together to promote creatively oriented urban tourism.
The Cologne Tourist Board is making this magazine available to Cologne institutions and its sector partners for their work. The magazine will also be used at trade fairs and roadshows to tap the city’s source markets for tourism. Single copies can be picked up free of charge at the Cologne Tourist Board’s service centre opposite the Cathedral. Tourismus NRW will distribute the magazine in bundles of three.