Via Graf-Adolf-Platz, it is not too far to (11) Königsallee. The "Kö", as it is affectionaltely known, is a classical magnificent boulevard with the city moat, old trees, romantic bridges and numerous brand stores. Make your way to the east side of the boulevard for a spot of (window) shopping. From the Kö, we go past the (12) Triton Fountains to the (13) Hofgarten (Court Garden). The green oasis in the city centre provides the perfect opportunity to relax with its beautiful trees and duck pond. After a relaxing break, we carry on into the (14) Old Town. The district is renowned for its dark beer pubs, which are packed together and spill out onto the narrow streets nearby in summer. You can also find many cultural tourist attractions: churches, historic buildings and museums are more than worth a visit. In Bolkerstraße, we arrive at (15) Heine’s birthplace. The poet was born on the 13th December 1797 in the back building of no. 53. Today, the Heine-Haus (Heine House) is a bookstore, café and literary meeting point, in which author readings regularly take place.