As the most populous city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Cologne is not only a popular location for companies in various sectors, but also a popular tourist destination. With over 200 galleries represented from more than 25 countries, Cologne delights art lovers from all over the world. The help of professional translators in Cologne is indispensable here – especially when it comes to not only exhibitions but also trading. Expert opinions, price quotations and descriptions of the condition of the works of art must be translated accurately – after all, it is not uncommon for sums of several tens of thousands of euros to be involved.
With its translation office in Cologne, lingoking not only stands for the best quality and selection. With our unique translation app and our professional network of native-speaker specialist translators, we also offer you one of the fastest translation services on the market. Benefit now from individualised service options at a fixed price without the need for a quotation, for small and larger projects.
Source and target languages
Did you know that more than one in three Cologne residents has a migration background and that only about 45 percent of households in Cologne speak German? The actual languages in Cologne, on the other hand, are Turkish,Arabic, Russian and Polish. These "lingua franca" are also noticeable at the numerous trade fairs and in the tourism industry.
To meet the demand, our translation office in Cologne is therefore available for private and business purposes. lingoking offers you the right language for all occasions thanks to our large selection of native-speaker translators and interpreters.
Take a look right here at our range of languages:
Arabic (North/Northeast Africa)
Cologne is known throughout Germany and even the world for its numerous trade fairs. Events such as Anuga, gamescom and imm cologne often require the skills of professional interpreters. The variety of trade fairs is great, yet some of the events are particularly important for interpreters in Cologne. For example, the "Anuga" (General Food and Beverage Fair), which takes place every two years. Trade visitors from the USA, Australia or Russia need the help of simultaneous or whispered interpreters to communicate with the exhibitors.
Interpreting also plays a major role at educational institutions: interested parties can study "Conference Interpreting" and "Multilingual Communication" at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences. The University of Cologne pays special attention to multilingualism through its own "Centre for Language Diversity and Multilingualism".