The old city hall building is worth looking at. It can enter the inner floor for a visit. It is free, beautiful and exquisite. The white arcade and Swan around it are very elegant. Drink coffee by the river. Look at the old city hall. Feed swans. Ha-ha, it's really comfortable.
Walking all the way from the exit of the railway station and along the pedestrian street leading to the new town, we can reach the tourist center, Beethoven Square and Minster Cathedral in turn. On weekends, Beethoven Square is always covered with white shed and flea market, where you can buy good organic fruits and homemade cheese, or crooked carrots and potatoes. If you are interested, you can also spend some time cleaning out the old small items, but the bargaining is still appropriate, or you will be chased away by the vendors.
It used to be the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany, but now it is not the capital, but it is still a city worth visiting in North Wisconsin. This city is full of vitality, and there are many places of interest and historic interest. The most famous one is Beethoven's former residence. On the side of the old city hall, there are statues of Beethoven. The whole old city hall is in the center of the city. From here, you can start. They go to every corner of the city.
Today, I just got off the train and walked for five minutes. It's very small. Just in time, all the shops were closed last Sunday.
Old Town Hall in Bonn is a beautiful old house. There are many colorful trucks parked in the square outside, selling vegetables, flowers, fruits and delicacies. It's a baroque building, white and pink, with silver and gold decorations on the walls. It's a must for tourists.