Walking route in Zülpich

Visit Zülpich's top attractions in this 1.5 hour itinerary. Propstei & Museum der Badekultur, Museum der Badekultur, Münstertor and all other sights were never that easy to visit in this well planned 1.5 hour Zülpich itinerary.

Route type Route distance Route time
Walking 5.9 km 1.5 hour

Key attractions

Route itinerary

  1. Kurkölnische Landesburg Zülpich Building

    Zülpich Castle or the Electoral Cologne Sovereign Castle of Zülpich (German: Kurkölnische Landesburg Zülpich) is the landmark and symbol of the town of Zülpich in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Its origins may be traced to a Roman castrum. The present site was built in the late 14th century as a symbol of sovereignty and outpost of the archbishops of Cologne against the County of Jülich. Razed by French troops at the end of the 17th century, the ruins of the lowland castle ended up in private hands. The Zülpich manufacturing family of Sieger opened a schnaps distillery in the castle until 1870 that operated until the 1980s.

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  2. Walk 10 m / less than minute
  3. Walk 240 m / 3 minutes
  4. Walk 600 m / 9 minutes
  5. Walk 880 m / 13 minutes
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  11. Walk 170 m / 2 minutes
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  15. Walk 250 m / 3 minutes
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  19. Walk 280 m / 4 minutes
  20. Walk 520 m / 7 minutes
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  22. Walk 90 m / 1 minute
  23. Walk 240 m / 3 minutes
  24. Walk 520 m / 7 minutes
  25. Walk 100 m / 1 minute

    Kurkölnische Landesburg Zülpich Castle


    Zülpich Castle or the Electoral Cologne Sovereign Castle of Zülpich (German: Kurkölnische Landesburg Zülpich) is the landmark and symbol of the town of Zülpich in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Its origins may be traced to a Roman castrum. The present site was built in the late 14th century as a symbol of sovereignty and outpost of the archbishops of Cologne against the County of Jülich. Razed by French troops at the end of the 17th century, the ruins of the lowland castle ended up in private hands. The Zülpich manufacturing family of Sieger opened a schnaps distillery in the castle until 1870 that operated until the 1980s.

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