Minotel Aigner

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Dorotheenstrasse 12, Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, 53111, Germany
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Koblenzer Tor, Bonn, Germany 2010Koblenzer Tor, Bonn, Germany 2010

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grave of Robert and Clara Schumanngrave of Robert and Clara Schumann

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Forum Posts

Hallo-Arrival in Bonn-June erste woche

by lavnya

Hallo,
I'll be on an official trip to Germany and will be in Bonn in the first week of June. First time in Germany and travelling alone-any tips?
The only advantage i can think of right now is that I can speak and read/write Deutsch a bit.
Is it easy for me to travel to Jena by ICE?
Any precautions?

Thanks lavanya

RE: Hallo-Arrival in Bonn-June erste woche

by Freising

Try this: http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/

As you ask for precautions, you might have already considered this:
Travelling alone and coming from India (and looking foreign) you might want to avoid suburbian or rural areas or some city areas at night in eastern germany. I myself can only judge the situation there by what I read and hear in the news. So maybe this is exaggerated, but lets just say: you wouldnt want to have your experience ruined by some drunken as***e calling you names.
http://wikitravel.org/en/Germany#Racism

Tips?
Make sure your mobile works in germany.
Scan VirtualTourist for any advice of fellow travellers on what you should visit.

RE: RE: Hallo-Arrival in Bonn-June erste woche

by lavnya

Thank you very much.
The information was really helpful.
I hope I have a nice time

RE: RE: Hallo-Arrival in Bonn-June erste woche

by RhineRoll

Gosh just saw your question there... pity, I could have told you a bit about Bonn. Hope you had a nice time anyway, it is a very nice place!

RE: RE: Hallo-Arrival in Bonn-June erste woche

by lavnya

Hallo

Thanks for your post. I'm back from my trip-was in Cologne and Bonn
And I must say, Deutschland rocks! I enjoyed every minute of my stay in Bonn/Cologne

Ich drucke meine Daumen fuer Deutschland!
Hope I got it korrekt!!!
:)

RE: RE: Hallo-Arrival in Bonn-June erste woche

by RhineRoll

Perfect! Glad you enjoyed your stay :)

Travel Tips for Bonn

Northern Altstadt

by Sjalen

Win took us here during the WineRoll and whilst my first impression was of people having had too much to drink, that stopped close to the City Council building and from then on it got calmer and full of nice restaurants and little bars as well as the brewpub we visited (see tip). A mix of intellectuals and immigrants share this area it seems, and therefore it has lots of nice night time food as well as corner shops, but also cafes where you can have brunch all day, the Womens Museum, bicycle shops and such. An interesting place to stroll around and not immediately obvious since it is off the core of the Old town so you have to cross Oxfordstrasse to get here. Brunch all morning at Godot I think. Just such a wonderfully lazy morning with good friends :)

Old Town Hall

by prleprle

The colourfull town hall dominates the three-cornered market place. In 1737, was laid the foundation stone for this impressive building at the place of an older Gothic building. The town hall’s flight of outdoor stairs with its golden grating had been the scene of historical events for several times already: Gottfried Kinkel wove the black-red-golden flag here in 1848, and Theodor Heuss, the first Federal President, stepped in front of Bonn’s citizens the night he was elected on September 12, 1949.
Today, the Lord Mayors escorts VIPs into the town hall over the stairs with the golden grating, as her predecessors did in the past. For more than 700 years the town hall from the Rococo era and its predecessor building has been the seat of the citizens’ self-government.

Beethoven

by lil_traveller

Within the streets of Bonn you may come across Beethoven's actual home where he used to live. There you can aso pay a small fee and go and check out his home. There is also some of his pieces of work for show.

Bonn Welcome Card

by Nemorino

If you are going to be in Bonn for one, two or three days, and want to look at several of the museums or other attractions, you might want to consider getting a Welcome Card. An individual card costs EUR 9.00 for a 24-hour card, EUR 14.00 for 48 hours and EUR 19.00 for 72 hours. Double that for a group or family.

The card gives you free admission to twenty-three museums in Bonn and vicinity (actually the German History Museum is free anyway, so you really only save money on twenty-two of them), as well as reductions on things like river cruises and bicycle rental. And it gives you unlimited travel on public transportation within the Rhine-Sieg transport area.

I got my card here at Bonn Information, in the city center near Münsterplatz.

Bonn

by ginte

My trip to Bonn was on my way from Bad Honnef to Cologne. So, I've spend just several hours there. Too little time for to get a sightseeing tour. All I remember is that it's quite a nice city with wonderful church and a train station.:)

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Address: Dorotheenstrasse 12, Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, 53111, Germany