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HEJ KÖLLE DU BES E JEFÖHL - a feeling that is characterised by a love of life and tolerance. Despite the coronavirus and restrictions, you can still get great food and visit great places in Cologne. We've put together a list of top restaurants and the best spots in Cologne where you can still enjoy delicious takeaway food - sustainably, without creating packaging waste. And did you know how to celebrate Carnival and Advent in Cologne in a sustainable way? Find out here!
Here you'll find the best restaurants for Corona time. Because these pioneers of sustainability allow you to take food in reusable bowls and thus reduce packaging waste. They use the VYTAL reusable packaging system, which means that you can borrow food containers from the restaurant of your choice and return them to any other partner throughout Germany. This is how convenient sustainability works.
Discover more than 5,000 partners where you can enjoy to-go consumption without packaging waste!To the map 📍
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Tell your favorite restaurant how much you love their food and how much you would love it if you could pick it up or have it delivered 'in Vytal' next time. To do so, simply print the PDF and bring it over or take a screenshot and send it comfortably on Instagram or by mail.TO THE LOVE LETTER
Cologne Cathedral - the landmark of Cologne in the heart of Cologne. 157 metres tall, it is the third largest church building in the world. Construction began in 1248, but the Cologne Cathedral was not completed until 1880, 600 years later. 533 steps lead visitors up to the south tower of Cologne Cathedral. The cathedral treasury is also open to visitors. The nearest VYTAL partner restaurant to the cathedral is Fan Tea & Bowl, a top address for Poké Bowls.
In the beautiful Belgian quarter there are especially many nice bars and cafés. Brussels Square is particularly popular when the weather is nice, especially with young people. Great modern cuisine can be found here at C.C. Kowalski right on the square.
The meadow at the Aachener Weiher is busy on warm days. The Aachener Weiher is located between Aachener Straße and the University of Cologne. Coming from the old town, you can pick up some good Vietnamese food at the popular bonjour Saigon to enjoy your meal in the green at a VYTAL-container .
From the Rhine Boulevard, also called the Rhine Steps, you can enjoy a wonderful view of Cologne Cathedral and the Hohenzollern Bridge. Sunsets can be perfectly observed here. There are cafés just behind the steps. A short walk across the Rhine, you can get a delicious meal at Ebom! Coffee and cake and excellent lunch dishes.
Between Christophstr./Mediapark and Rudolfplatz there are some nice cafes, restaurants and bars. A tip for healthy and modern cuisine here is Yuicery, where you can also get your food in VYTAL-containers . This part of the city is also the party mile of Cologne, also called the Ringe, because some clubs are located on this stretch.
The Poller Wiesen, in the south of Cologne on the right bank of the Rhine, are a beautiful place to enjoy some greenery not far from the city centre. In summer, you can watch wonderful sunsets here. For a backup nearby, you can grab something tasty at Café Saint Louis.
The modern Rheinauhafen is home to the Kranhäuser, crane-shaped office and residential buildings, right on the banks of the Rhine. The Sports and Olympic Museum is also located here. A little further down the Rhine is the Chocolate Museum. A local restaurant recommendation is The Hub by Kapten & Son.
The Volksgarten is located in the south of Cologne. The Volksgarten is extensive and 14 hectares in size. You can go pedal boating on the lake in the Volksgarten. There is also a beer garden here. In addition, there is the beautiful Daur Lang restaurant nearby, from which you can take Asian delicacies into the park.
The Eigelsteintorburg is located on the edge of the Eigelstein quarter, just off Ebertplatz. It is one of the four surviving city gate castles of the medieval city wall. Many restaurants and cafés are located here. Our highlight is the VYTAL partner restaurant Nuria, where you can get international cuisine in beautiful surroundings or also to take away in the sustainable reusable bowl.
Cologne's Old Town, located on the Rhine, forms the centre of the city. Here you will find many breweries, restaurants, medieval alleys and also the historic Cologne City Hall. A trendy shop in this traditional area is Rich n Greens, where you can get Cologne's best health food.
Carnival, also known as the fifth season in Cologne, is one of the highlights of Cologne. But did you know that 400 tons of garbage are produced during this time? Not a good balance - that has to change!
The Freie Waldorfschule Köln (Free Waldorf School Cologne) has a funny and environmentally friendly idea, which throws peanuts instead of packaged sweets at the Schull und Veedelszöch. More and more clubs are also making sure to throw fair trade and organic candy at the carnival parades. What are your ways to celebrate carnival sustainably? Feel free to send us your ideas on our Instagram page.
The Cologne Christmas markets are one of the annual highlights in Cologne. Here, too, sustainability awareness is growing.
For example, the Christmas market at Cologne Cathedral uses only LED lights, which are particularly energy-saving. Back in 2010, they were the first market whose food and drink offerings were mostly certified organic - the highlight here being the vegan organic mulled wine. In addition, you can also find a completely sustainable Christmas market at the Faculty of Humanities. It is organized by the newly founded university group for sustainability.