Bonn's Altstadt (Old Town) is close to the giant administrative center of the city at the Berliner Platz and the Old Cemetery.
“Alte Heerstrasse” and nearby “Breite strasse” are quiet, cobble stoned one-way-streets which are lined with beautiful old houses, quirky shops, cute cafes, pubs and international restaurants and street art.
With its narrow roads and picturesque old style houses, the quarter is a popular place to live. It has a very multicultural and collegiate touch. Altstadt boasts an inner-city atmosphere and stretches all the way to the council office buildings in the north.
Art aficionados could do worse than paying a visit to the Kunstcarré (Artists' Square) as well as the Art Forum. Other arty attractions include Bonn Art Society on the Hochstadenring, and Women's Museum (Frauenmuseum) on Im Krausfeld street.
This is Pawlow´s bar. I love it, it´s my place to write on paper...
The artists’ quarter is bounded by the Bornheimer Strasse, Hochstaden-Ring/Kaiser-Karl Ring, Römerstrasse and Oxfordstrasse. Other popular streets are Dorotheenstrasse, Maxstrasse and Wolfstrasse.