The city of Bonn, located on the banks of the upper Rhine and once Germany’s ‘cold war capital’, is a thriving and picturesque town that blends traditional teutonic culture with a modern and multicultural social scene.
The city has a healthy economy and lively urban vibe, giving it a unique and positive atmosphere. Of course, being the birthplace of Ludwig van Beethoven, it also boasts plenty of cultural landmarks - including the great composer’s birth house, a string of top-rated museums, and numerous galleries and live music venues. With a mix of Gothic spires and modern glass skyscrapers, Bonn is a diverse town that is becoming an increasingly popular destination amongst both tourists and business travellers.
Whatever your reason for visiting the city of Bonn, you are sure to find it a treasure trove of culture, fine dining and exciting nightspots.
Like most cities in Germany, Bonn has a vast range of excellent accommodation. The city is reasonably compact, so anywhere in the central area will be close to the major sights and amenities. If you are planning a business trip to Bonn, or are a tourist plan on spending longer than the usual long-weekend, then you may wish to consider renting a serviced apartment - which can offer all the convenience of traditional accommodation, but with enhanced privacy and flexibility.
The Squa.re carry a range of serviced apartments in Bonn, each having been selected for its intrinsic style, modern features and the desirability of its location. Whether you are looking for corporate housing, a luxury apartment, or a one-person studio, we can match you with the ideal property, ensuring you get the most out of your stay. We can also provide assistance with specialist requests, such as a particular layout or secure/disabled access if required.
The streets of Bonn are filled with traditional cafes, modern bars and thriving social hotspots. Just takin a walk around the central neighbourhoods is sure to throw up plenty of cultural attractions, including Beethoven’s former home - an 18th-century town house with exhibits including manuscripts and his last piano. Outside of the centre, the Drachenfels is a picturesque hillside featuring vineyards, a historical railway and the ruins of medieval castle.Further to this, anyone with an interest in the city’s heritage will want to visit Bonn Minster whose foundations are around 1,000 years old and the spires of which dominate the skyline.
For shopping in Bonn, there are numerous options with a thriving high street featuring numerous global brands. For groceries and convenience goods, there’s the Heiderhof Center Bonn, which has recently received huge investment and will soon be transformed into a major shopping hub.
Bonn has an efficient and reliable bus and tram system that makes getting around the city an easy and stress-free affair. Bus and tram stops are marked at regular intervals throughout the city with a green ‘H’ against a yellow background, whilst subway stops have a blue ‘U’. Tickets for the bus, tram, or subway can be purchased from vending machines, ticket offices, or in rail stations and travellers can save money by buying in daily, weekly, or monthly blocks. If you are plan to travel outside of Bonn itself, the overground rail service provides routes within Germany and to wider Europe, with a variety of ticketing options based on frequency of travel.
Of course, with its clean streets and pleasant riverside promenades, Bonn is also a fantastic place to explore on foot, or enjoy a leisurely cycle ride.
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