Interpreter in Cologne

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CologneIn the event of you needing an interpreter in Cologne, our translation agency has its professional interpreters throughout this and the most important cities in Europe at your disposal.

Thanks to our wide network of professionals, we are able to offer you this interpreting service in a large number of languages.

From our offices in different European cities (see European offices) we offer various types of interpreting services in Cologne, including simultaneous, liaison, escortwhisper and consecutive.

Our interpreters, who work to and from German, are professionals with considerable experience who are specialized in their respective areas. They will work with the documentation obtained and, if necessary, prepare the meeting with the client over the telephone or face to face.

We would advise you to send the documentation a week, or at least two days, beforehand, as otherwise the quality of the interpreting service cannot be guaranteed.

In Mondo Agit we work according to our principles. Our high quality and competitive prices make us your best option. Try us out. If you are looking for an interpreter in Cologne, please contact us.

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Note: All documentation sent to our translation agency will be treated in confidence and will remain the property of its owner from the moment of the request for an estimate for the interpreting service in Cologne.


The city

The city’s Roman predecessor was called “Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium”, present-day Cologne is in North Rhine-Westphalia, and has a population of around 1 million.

Cologne is on of the art scene’s most important commercial centres. Many media companies have their seat here, especially TV channels, music labels and publishing houses. With its 44,000 students, the University of Cologne is one of the biggest, and oldest universities in Germany.

What is there to do in Cologne?

– Cologne is very cosmopolitan. Besides the plethora of sights Cologne has to offer, it also is the hub of the German carnival. Traditionally the “5th season” is rung in on 11th November at 11:11am. The carnival’s highlight is the parade on Shrove Monday, just before the celebrations come to an end on Ash Wednesday. During carnival many people shout “Kölle Alaaf!” which could be translated as “Cologne is the best” and everybody kisses each other.

– If you find yourself near the cathedral, go and have a look at the Ludwig museum. It is right next to the cathedral and exhibits its large collection of 20th and 21st century art. In terms of contemporary art it is one of the most important museums in Europe, as it counts, a large Picasso and Pop art collection, amongst its treasures.

– Another site worth visiting are the 4711 headquarters in the Glockengasse. There you can learn about the history of the legendary 4711 Original Eau de Cologne, as it was invented here.

– And of course you will have to visit the city’s landmark par excellence, Cologne Cathedral. It is the biggest Gothic cathedral in Northern Europe and its bell tower is the second highest in all of Europe. The cathedral is 157.23 metres high. According to legend, the cathedral houses the reliquary of the Three Wise Men. 

– If you have a sweet tooth, you should not miss out on the Chocolate Museum, because you will not only learn about the 3000 years of the history of chocolate, and the history of its production, but you will also be able to satisfy your sweet tooth once you have reached the museum’s highlight; an enormous chocolate fountain.

– Once you have satisfied your sweet tooth, you should go to Em Hahnche a local brewery, where you will be able to taste one of the region’s delicacies; “Himmel und Äd” (lit. Heaven and Earth), which consists of fried black pudding, mashed potatoes and apple sauce, lightly fried in “Kölsch”, the local beer, which is only brewed in Cologne.

– If you would rather go shopping, we recommend the Hohestrasse and the Schilderstrassem, the Mittelstrasse is home to luxury brands whereas kids’ clothes can be found in the Belgian quarter.


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