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Living in Bad Godesberg: Bonn‘s Historic and Lively District

Posted by Jasmin on 14. May 2020
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Bad Godesberg is a lively town that combines worldliness, history and tradition with the added joviality the Rhineland is known for. Parks and avenues make it an especially attractive living area for business people and families. A multitude of cultural events and venues, beautiful historic architecture with stately manors, as well as the stunning surrounding landscape (including the world-famous Drachenfels) are just some of the perks of living in Bad Godesberg.

Bad Godesberg is the perfect living area for everyone who wants to live in a quiet and charming, but very well-connected, area. People who work at Haribo, the German Museum, Telekom, Postbank or Bonn‘s IBM subsidiary often rent apartments in Bad Godesberg.

During the German division, many politicians and international embassy employees worked and lived in Bad Godesberg. But Bad Godesberg‘s history goes much further back – a historic site you shouldn‘t miss is the Godesburg. It is over 800 years old and gave Bad Godesberg its name. You can see the entire town from up there!

Just a few minutes‘ walk takes you to the River Rhine – or why don‘t you go on a little shopping spree in the pedestrian area? Bad Godesberg has excellent travel connections to Bonn‘s city center. It offers a perfect work life balance between relaxation and big city flair.

Some highlights you shouldn‘t miss are the historic Haus an der Redoute – nowadays used as an exhibition space – and the adjacent Redoutenpark, the spa park and year-round classical concerts.

Are you currently looking for a rental in or around Bad Godesberg? Our partner agency is happy to help you on your flat hunt! Just fill out the request form and you will get individually selected offers as soon as possible.

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