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Betzdorf is a town and municipality in northern Rhineland Palatinate. Betzdorf is located on the river Sieg, approximately 7 miles south west of Siegen. Betzdorf is the seat of the Verbandsgemeinde. Although it is a small city, Betzdorf is a wonderful holiday destination, where tourists can enjoy a relaxed vacation or a weekend getaway, away from the hustle and bustle of the big cities. Betzdorf has a wide range of accommodation, venues and restaurants, where tourists can enjoy the local specialities. Betzdorf is a charming city, that gives a glimpse of the German lifestyle.

Top Attractions Within Betzdorf

The House of History of the Federal Republic of Germany is located near Betzdorf, in the city of Bonn. This museum consists of contemporary history since 1945. It is one of the most visited museums in Germany. The museum has a permanent exhibition on German history from 1945 to present as well as many temporary and travelling exhibitions. The Museum has more than 7000 exhibits and more than 150 media stations of German history in the international context.

Chocolate Museum is located in Cologne, near Betzdorf. There are millions of visitors from all over the world who have tasted fresh chocolate from the famous chocolate fountain. The Chocolate Museum is unique by means of its history, industrial culture and art. From cocoa cultivation to the finished chocolate, from its origins in America to its use in industrial products, you can experience all these aspects in the Chocolate Museum. It is a wonderful museum that must not be missed by both children and adults.

Bonn Minster is one of the oldest churches in Germany, located in Bonn, near Betzdorf. The church has been built between the 11th and 13th centuries. At one point the church served as the cathedral for the Archbishopric of Cologne. Here, a large number of legionaries was martyred in Agaunum. According to the legend, Saints Cassius and Florentius were beheaded for their religious beliefs at the present location of the Bonn Minster.