Bonn is the hometown of one of the most famous composers of all time. Ludwig van Beethoven saw the first light of day here in 1770. For classic music lovers, a visit to his birthplace should not be missed. Here you will learn everything about the life and work of the artist. We also recommend the House of History. This is an interactive museum where you can learn everything about the history of Germany since 1945. Admission is free and guarantees an informative day for young and old. If you want to escape the stressful everyday life, we suggest you visit the botanical garden, as it has a relaxing effect on its visitors with its many exotic plants and greenhouses. Not to be forgotten is Bonn's old town. With its narrow streets, half-timbered houses and many cozy cafes and restaurants, the charming city center guarantees a relaxing stroll through the city. Another opportunity to stretch your legs is the Rheinaue - a large park with lakes, meadows and a Japanese garden. We also recommend a visit to the Bonn Minster. The imposing church with its Romanesque and Gothic style from the 11th century was generally renovated in 2017 and convinces with its magnificent architecture.