The German word “Bittweg” translates as procession way. For centuries, the chapel on Mount Petersberg has been a place of pilgrimage. So, the locals and pilgrims walked up here on church holidays, praying all along the way. Hence the name “Petersberger Bittweg”.
Mount Petersberg in the Siebengebirge is a worthwhile destination not only for state guests. You may have heard the correspondent from Germany speaking about the “The Petersberg close to Bonn” because the Grand Hotel on the Petersberg is still the guesthouse of the Federal Government and a venue for international conferences.
Mount Nonnenstromberg in the Siebengebirge (355 m) with the natural forest cell is a piece of paradise for nature lovers. It is one of the seven eponymous mountains.