Galerie Design Hotel Bonn

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Koelnstrasse 360-364, (frmrly Auerberg Galerie Htl), Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, 53117, Germany
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Very Good
35%
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 14% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families66
  • Couples87
  • Solo60
  • Business59

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Forum Posts

Monthly pass?

by shigehiro

Can anyone down here help me?

I would like to purchase 1 month ticket during my stay in Bonn and I came across this website:

http://www.stadtwerke-bonn.de/Tickets_Tarife_2007.762.0.html

I would like to have a pass that I can use to commute within Bonn area, either by streetcar, bus or underground.
In that case, what kind of pass should I purchase?
Is CityTicket 1b a good choice?
What is the difference between CityTicket and CityPlusTicket? and between 1a and 1b category?

Thanks!

Re: Monthly pass?

by K_V_B

Best bet is to just go to the ticket office at the railway station, and explain them what your commute is going to be. The will find the right ticket for you. Looking at the site however it appears that the CityTicket 1b is OK if you stay within the city border.

Re: Monthly pass?

by abalada

Bonn is part of the VRS transport authority. Stadtwerke Bonn is just a municipal company providing transport services for the VRS. VRS has also some information in English on their homepage.
http://www.vrs-info.de/

CityTicket is not the name of a ticket, but for the 1 zone tariff. The zones are identical with the borders of the communities. As Cologne and Bonn are much bigger than the other communities there is the more expensive tariff zone 1b for them. Thus for a trip inside Bonn you need a tariff zone 1b ticket.

CityPlusTicket is the name for the 2 zones tariff. This means for trips from one community to a direct neighboring community. Here a again the size of Cologne and Bonn are taken into account with a tariff zone 2b.

A MonatsTicket is valid one calendar month. From 1st of the month till the end of service at the first weekday of the next month. Formel9Ticket covers the the same period, but are on weekdays only valid after 9am (the morning rush hour).

VRS tickets cover generally all means of local public transport:
- regional trains (RB, RE)
- S-Bahn (does not serve Bonn)
- Stadtbahn (a mixture of tram and underground)
- buses

Re: Monthly pass?

by shigehiro

Thanks, thanks.

Your information that you provide does really help me a lot.
=)

Travel Tips for Bonn

Betth house...

by Lucky79

Ludwig von Beethoven was born in Bonn in 1770. He was brought up by his alcoholic father who forced him into music at an early age. By the age of sixteen, he had already performed at the court of the Elector (now the University of Bonn). He studied under the German composer, Christian Gottlieb Neefe. Beethoven was then sent to Vienna to study under Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. However, Mozart died and instead Beethoven studied under the care of Franz Joseph Hadyn.
In 1798 Beethoven began to lose his hearing and he eventually became deaf. This led to his withdrawl from public appearances. In 1815 Beethoven's brother died and he gained custody of his brother's son, Karl. Much like his own father, Beethoven was not well suited to be a parent. Beethoven died in 1827. He is considered both a genuis and perhaps the greatest composer who ever lived.

The house where Beethoven was born still stands to this day. It has been turned into a museum where his musical instruments and personal memorabilia are displayed. A statue of Ludwig von Beethoven stands within the city square -- a monument to this great composer.

Schloss Drachenberg

by lil_traveller

Be prepared to bring your good walking shoes because you will for sure do a LOT of walking. You can of course take the "tooth train" up to the castle but we walked down and let me tell you, my legs were shaking after because we had walked so mucha nd it was sooo hot!...BUT that's nothing a cold beer can't fix right?

Sterntor

by jo104

This gate is one of the citys many gates & dates back to the 13th centuary it was originally located at the end of Sternstrasse but due to traffic problems it was torn down in 1898 & rebuilt in 1900 on the site of Halbrunturns where it is situated today.

You will pass this attractive structure walking two & from the railway station & with the fountain in front of it makes an attractive photo opportunity

Schwarzrheindorf's "Double Church"

by RhineRoll

This church which is located in one of Bonn's rather village-like districs has a nave that is completely split into 2 storeys, hence the nickname "double church". The lower nave contains a very well preserved complete Romanesque fresco making the church one of Germany's most important Romanesque monuments.

Bonn - my home for a year

by d0630

Bonn, the former capital of Germany, is my home for a year. If you fancy it to be a big city, you have a surprise waiting for you!

BUT! You shouldn't overlook Bonn, because it has much more to offer than you might think.
To begin with, it's a city of music, being the birthplace of Ludwig van Beethoven(1770).
It also has nice theaters, museums and the city offers several events each year starting with a nice carnival in February to 'Rhein in Flammen' in May, just to name a few.

Reaching the city won't be difficult, for it is only a half an hour trip from Cologne. Once you get here, going about in the city can be easily done thanks to the nice public transportaion system.

?¦ I will update as soon as possible.

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Address: Koelnstrasse 360-364, (frmrly Auerberg Galerie Htl), Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, 53117, Germany