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Send a Parcel to Bonn, Germany
This city used to be the capital of Germany, and its most famous resident is probably one Ludwig van Beethoven. It’s one of Germany's smaller atmospheric cities, which is big on café and street culture. Its beginnings can be traced back to around 9 BC when the Romans started to build in the area.
When the Romans finally left then Bonn proceeded to get destroyed on a regular basis throughout the coming centuries.
Most of the city centre can be got around on foot although Bonn has excellent buses, trams and a subway system. You can also tour the city by bike.
Key sites to see are the University main Building, which you can walk in to. Das Bonner Munster is a stunning basilica located right in the city centre and the Kreuzbergkirche is a baroque church that is believed to have burnt pieces of the holy cross buried in it.
For something a little spookier then visit the Alter Friedhof cemetery as dark approaches and marvel at its majestic and atmospheric graveyard.
You can also take in the sites of a couple of buildings relating to when Bonn was Germany’s capital city such as the Palais Schaumburg, which until 2001 housed the office of the Chancellor.
When it comes to taking in the city's culture you will be pleased to hear that most museums are free to visit. One exception is the Arithmeum, which houses the largest collection of mechanical counting museums in the World.
A must see visit is the place of Beethoven’s birthplace.
If you are looking to send a parcel UK to Germany, the city is also home to the ‘Post Tower’, which houses the HQ of Deutsche Post and DHL. So as one would expect when it comes to parcel deliveries then the city is well catered for an both DHL and Deutsche Post offering a good ground delivery service.
Essentials when sending a parcel to Bonn
It is important to bear in mind the following points when you send a parcel to Bonn:
- Make sure the contents of your parcel(s) adhere to our prohibited and restricted items list.
- Ensure that you print and complete the necessary documents required when sending a parcel to Germany.
- Check for any customs charges or other surcharges that may apply to German shipments.
- Be sure that every parcel is securely packaged to avoid damage to the contents.
- Relax and rest assured that your parcel will arrive safe-and-sound in Germany when sending through !
Prices for parcels to Bonn
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