The Bad Godesberg exclusive residential district was built around 1900. Especially wealthy retirees erected representative town houses here. There you will find architectural elements of style, ranging from the late-Classicism, through Art Nouveau, Art Deco through to Bauhaus. For the residential area has become a mecca for preservationists. The old trees which ziehrt the streets of the neighborhood, makes the residential area to parkland. After Bonn in 1949 became the federal capital, many houses were used by embassies. Today the Gründerzeithäuser well preserved are still considered very good address.
Amidst this residential area, the Hotel Rheinland.
The Godesburg is the Bad Godesberg landmark. It was built in the 13th century and was used in the Middle Ages by the electors of Cologne. From the platform of the keep you have a unique view of Bonn and the Rhine valley. On the castle cemetery below the castle there are many magnificent tombs from the 19th century. The cemetery has now been declared a Heritage Site North Rhine-Westphalia.
The 160-hectare park was created in 1997 for the Federal Garden Show and today serves as a leisure and recreation area.
Particularly interesting are the annual major events:
Rhine in Flames is the fireworks highlight in Bonn. The "Rheinauen" event initiated the day before by a wide open-air program.
The Kunst!Rasen impressed in its opening 2012 with fantastic concerts and an overwhelming atmosphere. The idea of the Kunst!Rasen is creating an event venue in the open air between early June and mid-September. The venue Kunst!Rasen, picturesque surrounded by old linden and chestnut trees on the banks of the Rhine, next to the former German Bundestag.
A Rhine Cruise offers relaxation in the beautiful, romantic Rhine landscape.
There is a wide variety of Rhine shipping routes.