town in the Euskirchen district, in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Zülpich is a small town dating from Roman times located near Cologne and Bonn. Its Roman name was Tolbiacum.

Get inEdit

By trainEdit

Zülpich can be reached by local trains from either Euskirchen or Düren. Details from Deutsche Bahn.

By busEdit

Both Stadtverkehr Euskirchen and Aachener Verkehrsverbund offer services to Zülpich.

By carEdit

From the A1 Autobahn, travel west from Euskirchen. From the A4 Autobahn, travel south from Düren.

Get aroundEdit


  • Roman Baths and Museum (Museum der Badekultur), Mühlenberg 5, 53909 Zülpich (Bus stops at Post/Martinstraße or Frankengraben), +49 2252 52 259. Tues-Fri: 10.00-17.00, Sat/Sun/public holidays: 11.00-18.00, shut Mon. Guided tours available from €30. Adults €4, students/other reductions €3, children €1.50, family card €8.
  • Wassersportsee Zülpich (Water sports park) (south of the town, near Lövenich village), +49 2252-95151. 10AM-6PM. Local open-air water sports park, offering sailing, canoe and windsurf lessons. Also diving instruction. Adults €3, children €1, boat/canoe/surfboard rental extra.







Go nextEdit

South to the wooded and hilly Eifel region of Rhineland-Palatinate, east to Bonn, the former capital of West Germany, north-east to Cologne, and north-west to Aachen.

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