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.

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

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Both Stadtverkehr Euskirchen[dead link] and Aachener Verkehrsverbund offer services to Zülpich.

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

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  • Roman Baths and Museum (Museum der Badekultur), Mühlenberg 5, 53909 Zülpich (Bus stops at Post/Martinstraße or Frankengraben), +49 2252 52 259. Tu-F 10:00-17:00, Sa Su public holidays 11:00-18:00, closed M. 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. 10:00-18:00. Local open-air water sports park, offering sailing, canoe and windsurf lessons. Also diving instruction. Adults €3, children €1, boat/canoe/surfboard rental extra.

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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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