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Wildpark Venusberg

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Wildpark Venusberg

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An der Waldau 50, 53127 Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia Germany
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Bonn Walking Tour (In the footsteps of Ludwig Van Beethoven)
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Bonn Walking Tour (In the footsteps of Ludwig Van Beethoven)

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Discover the highlights of scenic, riverside Bonn—and learn about the life and times of Beethoven, one of Bonn’s most famous former residents—on this private walking tour. Pick between multiple daily tour times, and set off. You’ll visit the Beethoven House, monuments to the composer, and other locations he frequented. You’ll also spy city highlights like the Atles Rathaus and University of Bonn, and will learn about Bonn’s history.
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Keith C wrote a review Apr 2019
Bonn, Germany322 contributions29 helpful votes
Children playground. Well maintained paths in the woods for walking, jogging or riding. Feed the deer and wild boar.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Happyintravel wrote a review Sep 2018
44 contributions14 helpful votes
This place is lovely. Beautiful walking trails through nature, and a really great playground for the kids. Do note the playground is on sand though, so be prepared to get a bit sandy by the end of the day.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Chryscenthia wrote a review Apr 2018
Eltville am Rhein, Germany146 contributions87 helpful votes
Visited on a weekend with husband and dogs. Lovely walking trails, great parking opportunities, cool animals, but the in park maps are so poor that you have absolutely no idea where you are at any given time nor can you figure out how to best get back out without backtracking. We loved the pigs and deer, and the dogs had a grand time, but no maps throughout the trails, really?
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Olaya J wrote a review May 2017
Otterberg, Germany10 contributions3 helpful votes
We went because we needed to walk somewhere and I found this place. There were awesome trails. We were there for two hours and we just walked and we looked at the animals. I would go there again. I recommend this for people who like to walk
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Date of experience: November 2016
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Gail K wrote a review Feb 2017
London, United Kingdom150 contributions37 helpful votes
We enjoyed our morning walking in the forest along well maintained pathways. There was plenty of parking and also a bus stop, so reachable by public transport. The animals (boar, red deer and fallow deer) were held in lovely, large and natural enclosures. The pathways around the forest were well maintained and, despite the winter weather, easy to walk in with regular shoes (since we didn't have our walking boots with us). We bought food for the animals and fed them through the various feeding shoots. They all knew what the green boxes contained! There were plenty of walking paths, some paved and many suitable for wheelchairs and buggies. Unfortunately there was nowhere to buy food or drink, but we weren't bothered as we took along a picnic. Here was also nowhere to hand wash after feeding the animals and the only toilet was a portable toilet near the entrance. Before we left the children spend an hour enjoying the large play ground area. Definitely worth a visit and no cost to enter.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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