Bonn is a city that almost everyone has heard of, but few people come there with a personal visit. From 1949 to 1990, Bonn was the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany, and to this day it has an important administrative significance for Germany. Many government institutions and international offices are located here, including the city is the center for the United Nations in Germany. But for the average tourist, the city continues to hide in the shadow of Cologne, although there are at least 9 reasons to visit Bonn. Remember!
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The real popularity of the city was brought by the photo of a blossoming cherry tunnel on Instagram, which later scattered on a bunch of sites on the Internet. This fabulously beautiful alley of Japanese cherries blooms every spring in Bonn on Heerstraße and Breite Straße. Sakura usually blooms in mid-April, but it is impossible to predict the exact dates when ordinary streets turn into pink clouds. Around the same time, apple trees and magnolias are blooming all over the city - the atmosphere is just wow!