For two thousand years, Bonn the city of such greats like the renowned Ludwig van Beethoven has struggled to show case the historical site, it has accumulated over the years together with priceless art and antics in its museum and galleries, panoramic scenery along river Rhine and the unique political life of the German city of Bonn.
One of the attractions is the Beethoven house which is cast in the ancient rococo-style on the market square with the bronze statue of the legendary Beethoven erected in-front containing one of the widest collection of Ludwig van Beethoven exhibits, the 150 original pieces describes his works and life together with the famous portrait bearing his image and his grand piano. Every year millions of music-lovers make pilgrimage to pay homage to the music icon in large numbers and to sample some of his work. The Poppersdorf Palace, the architectural master piece of Balthasar Neumann which has of late been converted to a mineralogical museum and a botanical garden for the university of Bonn is another of the must see.
Situated in the middle of the city of Bonn, The old town, Minister Basilica together with the Beethoven statue dominates the market square. The three sites bear witness to the many historical events in ancient Bonn’s calendar. Historically, Bonn’s post office was located in the building, later the bronze statue of Beethoven was erected which ultimately became a popular tourist attraction. It is still in the same locality that the tall Romanesque Bonn Minster completed around the year 1248 AD.
The Aktuelles which many like referring to as “Rhine in frames” is a traditionally spectacular sky seeing experience in the Bonn suburb of Siebengebirge, then there is the Alte Stadtansicht Bonn which is the custody of all the various historical subject of the charming city’s past. If you want to discover the cultural heritage of the inhabitants of Bonn, then there is the Baroque castle Augustusburg of Bruhl and of course the Dome of Cologne. Besides, the two you will found the Fantasy Land that is known to provide the whole family with leisure time, fun and nostalgia for those who have read about the various myths about the place. Lastly, it’s important to visit the many fortress and castles of yore which line the rivers Rhine and Sieg, here the monuments and the sceneries will most definitely tell you stories of the various stages and epochs of the region.