The bus stop of the lines 106 and 132 is in the immediate vicinity
- only 1 minute walk.
...has its heart in the right place... and on its tongue! The Cologne carnival is a symbol for the "we-feeling" and the strong cohesion of an entire city.
...pursues the vision of a "European City" - living, working, education, culture and leisure in the same place. Short distances, attractive public spaces with lots of urban green, the active participation of citizens in planning.
Welcome to the carnival stronghold Cologne. Carnival is the fifth season in Cologne. It stands for joie de vivre, tolerance and cosmopolitanism. However, Cologne has much more to offer. The landmark of the city of Cologne and the most famous architectural monument in Germany is the Cologne Cathedral with its two 157 m high towers. In addition, dreamy alleys, lively squares, historic buildings and cozy breweries make the old town so popular.
Cologne is an open, lively city. There are countless restaurants, cafés, bars and dance venues with different styles, which not only inspire the local party people in the various neighborhoods. Many students and tourists also like to party in Cologne. There are noisy scene streets, large squares, where on some days real crowds are, but also small, quiet places that harbor one or the other insider tip.
Urban Living Köln is located in the Altstadt-Süd district of Cologne. This forms together with the Altstadt-Nord the center of the city: dat Hätz vun Kölle! The Altstadt-Süd offers many restaurants, stores and cultural attractions such as the Rheinauhafen or the Chocolate Museum. Central living in Cologne! Thus, the Urban Living Köln as a student residence has a great location for many leisure activities.
With more than 96,000 students at fourteen universities, Cologne is the largest education and research location in the Rhine-Ruhr region.
The University of Cologne offers over 336 degree programs and enjoys a very good reputation.
It is the second largest university in Germany and has over 50,000 enrolled students.
With its diversity of subject areas, the Cologne University of Applied Sciences opens up numerous opportunities for students in the field of applied sciences.
With 27,000 students, it is the largest university of applied sciences in Germany.