Bonn's many identities are the result of 2,000 years' worth of dynamic historical development: now the UN's German residence, it was also the seat of the federal government for 50 years, gave birth to Beethoven and became a university city in its own right. With time, though, Bonn established itself above all as the site of international conventions, and large businesses continue to establish themselves here. Four things attest to this: the residents' affinity for the city, the high standard of living, the romantic location by the Rhine and the sound infrastructure. Bonn is looking to the future with optimism.
Starting at the Hauptbahnhof (main railway station), there are two options: you could take either the number 62 tram towards Bonn Beuel or underground line 66 towards Siegburg. Either way, you should get off at Bertha-von-Suttner-Platz. You will find the KERN office on your left directly opposite the stop.