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Brewery Tours

Brewery Tours

This guided brewery tour for groups goes to the four traditional taverns Em Höttche, Im Stiefel, Sudhaus and Bönnsch, and gives additional information about sightseeing highlights on your way through the city. In every tavern you can try one local beer and Rhenish specialities. The starting and endpoint of the tour are flexible, so that you can choose your individual program.

Contact the Tourism Office to arrange your tour. Minimum of 8 people. Cost is 30 € per person.

[ Source: http://www.bonn-region.de/english/sightseeing/city-tours-guided-walking-tours/bonn-brewery-tour.html ]

Related: http://www.bonn-region.de
Address: Platz der Vereinten Nationen 2, 53113 Bonn
Tags: Bonn, Beer, Breweries, Tours


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