The German UN city and, prior to that, home to the German government for five decades, the city of Beethoven, a university city: Behind the many current faces of Bonn lies 2000 years of eventful history. However, over the course of time, Bonn has become a talking point above all as a stage for international conferences, and new, large companies are constantly establishing themselves here. This is reflected in the citizens’ satisfaction, the high quality of living, its location on the romantic River Rhine and its good infrastructure. Bonn looks optimistically to the future.
Starting at the Hauptbahnhof (main railway station), there are two options: you could take either the number 62 tram towards Bonn Beuel or underground line 66 towards Siegburg. Either way, you should get off at Bertha-von-Suttner-Platz. You will find the KERN office on your left directly opposite the stop.