Bonn, the former capitol of Germany, was the seat of government until 1991 and is the birthplace of Beethoven. There are many statehouses left and a lot of companies have settled here. For example, Bonn’s Deutsche Post has an office building that is 162.5 meters high and a landmark building in Bonn’s skyline. The main building of the University of Bonn is the Electoral Palace, one of Bonn’s landmarks, which attracts many students each year. The demand for apartments is therefore very high. Because Bonn has been the German location of the United Nations since 1991, a lot of travellers and delegates are staying here. That means that hotels are often busy all year round and a furnished apartment should be considered for a longer stay. Homelike offers apartments for everyone from students to delegates.