If you ask one hundred people, you will get one hundred different opinions. It really depends on the risk aversion you have, the bonds that you want to invest in and whether you want them for the short term or the long term. For example, if you want to buy bonds so that you can sell them in a years time, then bonds from money countries in the EU are not a good investment right now as they value will probably keep falling as the interest goes up due to the risk profile they have.
If you want to buy bonds to receive the interest payments (the coupon payments), then most bonds are secure enough (even in the EU) and the fact that the interest rates are high at this moment can make them a highly attractive investment. Instead of focusing on bonds, I would suggest that you look at investing in bonds as part of your portfolio and include and other securities as well.