Kind of like the old favourite couchsurfing, 9flats places you in a real home in a part of the city where locals live and work.However, with 9flats you have the added bonus of your own space and privacy.History lovers should also visit the rococo Popplesdorfer Schloss.
Today it also holds a language school so if you need to brush up on your German you can see the famous ‘Holy Staircase’ at the same time.
It’s said that some of the original cross of Jesus is embedded in the stairs and brass crosses on the steps mark the spots.
Cycling is a good way to get around the city and you can rent a bike at either of the train stations.
Be sure to take in Beethoven-Haus at Bonngasse where they even have a lock of the composer’s hair on display.
Don’t miss the Museum of Contemporary History at Willy-Brandt-Allee, easy to get to from your 9flats holiday accommodation and a treasure trove of German modern history.
Make your stay in Bonn perfect with your 9flats vacation home as the base for seeing some of the city.
The Kreuzbergkirche in Stationsweg is a fabulous baroque church dating from the 17th century.
The former capital of West Germany and the birthplace of Beethoven, Bonn stands on the banks of the River Rhine and is a lively and exciting place to visit.
Renting accommodation for your trip to Bonn is now easier than ever thanks to 9flats and a holiday apartment in Bonn allows you to see the city up close and personal.
Choosing holiday apartments in Konigswinter is ideal for seeing the sights, while apartments in Godesberg are the perfect alternative to the restrictions of a hotel or hostel.
Bonn is a university town and the freedom to come and go as you please that your 9flats vacation home offers means that you’ll be able to enjoy everything from relaxing in the Freizeitpark, where students congregate on sunny days, to enjoying the many bars, cafes, clubs and live music venues.