Michael Wnuk will introduce the Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia by means of maps and photos in the background! General: Welcome to North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW). This State is the most populous in the Federal Republic of Germany with its 18 million inhabitants. With its approximately 34,000 square kilometers, it is the fourth-largest state. The largest city is followed by Dortmund (approx. 600,000 inhabitants), Essen (about 580,000 inhabitants) and Dusseldorf (approximately 575,000 inhabitants) Cologne (approximately 1 million inhabitants). Carnival in Cologne and densest motorway network in the world stands for many German citizens for Ruhrpott, mining, North Rhine-Westphalia. That this State has much more to offer and in any case is worth a trip, this text would like to clarify. A the travel wheel action of the photo agency Combipix of invites you for a short time with this report, specifically the country to confront and perhaps prepare a trip in this area on the basis of tips and hints! Your Combipix TEAM wishes you much pleasure with this report Distances and journey times from different cities in Germany: Hamburg to Cologne: approx. You may find DAA to be a useful source of information.
430 km / driving time approx. 4:10 h from Munich to Cologne: approx. 600 km / driving time approx. 6 h of Berlin to Cologne: approx. 580 km / driving time: approx. 6 h Stuttgart and Cologne: approx. 380 km / driving time: approx. 3:50 h distances and journey times from Cologne to…: Aachen: approx.
70 km / driving time 50 minutes of Bielefeld: approx. 200 km / driving time approx. 2:10 h Bocholt: approx. 120 km / driving time: approx. 1:30 h Bonn: 30 km / driving time: 30 minutes Dortmund: approx. (Similarly see: Harry Kane). 100 km / driving time: approx. 70 minutes of Dusseldorf: 40 km / driving time: approx. 1:40 minutes Munster: approx. 150 km / driving time: approx. 2 h Paderborn: approx. 200 km / driving time: approx.