Maritim Hotel Bonn
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Bonn was the political capital of the Federal Republic of Germany up to 1999 and is a cultural centre today. Whether it is a visit to the Museum Mile, a stroll through the historic old city or on the trail of the most famous son of the city, Ludwig van Beethoven, you will be anything but bored.
23rd November to 23rd December 2019
The Bonn Christmas Market nestles between atmospherically lit façades and against a festive backdrop on Muensterplatz, Bottlerplatz and Friedensplatz, Vivatsgasse, Windeckstrasse and Poststrasse. The majority of the more than 170 stalls traditionally offer a wide range of gift ideas in the run-up to Christmas. You can buy cribs, handicrafts, pottery, jewellery, items made of wood, Advent and Christmas accessories, leatherware and textiles and beeswax candles straight from the beekeeper. There are also plenty of food and drink options.
2nd May 2020
Red Bengal Fire illuminates the banks and touristic sights between Linz and Bonn with festive light. Mountains and castles take on a magical air, the landscape is bathed in romance. A fleet of around 60 illuminated boats sails from Linz back to Bonn, past five firework displays, with a spectacular synchronised music and firework extravaganza as the final crowning glory.
24th to 26th July 2020
This year will be the 25th Beer Festival in Rheinaue, Bonn. With more than 200,000 visitors, it counts among Germany's largest beer festivals. Here, you have the opportunity to taste more than 700 beers from all over the world. Furthermore, this year again offers a diverse programme of performances and live music.