Bonn is not a tourist city, the city is not big, and there are not many places of interest. But it's perfect for stopping for a while and savoring. I recommend everyone to come during the time of the annual Beethoven Music Festival. There are various music events (street, formal). It was also the most beautiful season in Bonn-autumn!
Bonn, one of the most important cities in Germany, the capital of West Germany during the division of Germany, the seat of important international institutions, and the hometown of the famous classical music master Beethoven. If you want to get a good understanding of Bonn, the Old Town Hall, Old Customs House, Münster Church, Electoral Palace (the main building of the University of Bonn), Schumann’s House, Rhine Park, etc. are all worth visiting.
On the way to Bonn, the epidemic has already affected Germany, especially at airports and railway stations, where Chinese people gather, and Germans will wear masks as they do in their hometowns. Although Germany itself does not have any concerns about the epidemic, Western media also promoted it. It's scary.
Bonn is the original capital of West Germany, but it is also an unremarkable small city. The famous celebrity is Beethoven, there is also the statesman Adenauer, there are many museums in the city, the architectural style is simple and exquisite, the church and the Rhine River, and the cherry blossoms are the favorite of tourists
Bonn is a place where I have worked and studied for many years. Although it was the capital of West Germany, the city still maintains natural simplicity, classic elegance, unlike Berlin’s grandeur, and Frankfurt’s skyscrapers.
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