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Whether walking, cycling or using public transport, getting around Bremen is easy. Bremen measures only 10 km by 2 km, and is filled with architectural gems.such as the Schnoor-Viertel complete with its' medieval buildings. The Bremer Kunsthalle houses one of Germany's finest art collections. There are few public parks which have a vibrancy like Bürgerpark, located in the middle of the city. Stop to have a bite to eat at the cafe, play a round of miniature golf or bring a blanket and watch the world pass by. Sports fans will already be aware that Bremen is the home of Werder Bremen, a German premier league (Bundesliga) team. Stadium tours are offered for those who want to get up close and personal with the home of this famous team. There are many museums and galleries dotted throughout the city, and a family friendly, interactive science center, Universum Bremen. There is always something exciting going on in Bremen, Since 1036 during the last two weeks of October, Bremen has hosted Freimarkt, one of the largest fairground festivals in Europe. With so much to see, eat, do and experience - let Bremen lead you down its' cobbled streets to an adventure that awaits.
What shall I do first!? If you haven't been to Bremen before, you'll probably find yourself asking this question. Bremen has many attractions to offer its visitors – the Bremen Town Musicians and the UNESCO World Heritage town hall are certainly among the most popular, but Bremen is also a city of science. You can find out how astronauts live in the International Space Station or sit on the earthquake sofa at Universum Bremen. Perhaps you would like to venture into the world of shipbuilding or explore the pretty narrow lanes of the Schnoor quarter? We have put together a list of ten highlights that are not to be missed on a visit to the city.
Save money on transport and more in Bremen! The Bremen discovery card (ErlebnisCARD) is great value for money! Including: • Use of local public transport* • Ferry crossing from Osterdeich to Café Sand • Discounts of up to 50% Price example: 1-day card for 1 adult + 2 children (aged 14 or under) € 9,50 Available at: • Bremen Tourist Informations at main train station and Böttcherstrasse 4 / Glockenspiel house • Service Centre: +49 421 / 30 800 10 • online: www.bremen-tourism.de/erlebniscard • in various Hotels and campsites • Bremen Airport at Martinshof Airport-Shop *from 6pm on the day before the starting date of the card (buses, trams and regional trains in Bremen and Bremen-Nord, any nicht supplements)
Whether walking, cycling or using public transport, getting around Bremen is easy. Bremen measures only 10 km by 2 km, and is filled with architectural gems.such as the Schnoor-Viertel complete with its' medieval buildings. The Bremer Kunsthalle houses one of Germany's finest art collections. There are few public parks which have a vibrancy like Bürgerpark, located in the middle of the city. Stop to have a bite to eat at the cafe, play a round of miniature golf or bring a blanket and watch the world pass by. Sports fans will already be aware that Bremen is the home of Werder Bremen, a German premier league (Bundesliga) team. Stadium tours are offered for those who want to get up close and personal with the home of this famous team. There are many museums and galleries dotted throughout the city, and a family friendly, interactive science center, Universum Bremen. There is always something exciting going on in Bremen, Since 1036 during the last two weeks of October, Bremen has hosted Freimarkt, one of the largest fairground festivals in Europe. With so much to see, eat, do and experience - let Bremen lead you down its' cobbled streets to an adventure that awaits.
Calling all foodies! As you wander through the twisting cobbled streets you will seduced by a mix of trendy bistros, international cafés and home style restaurants serving hearty local specialties. Kohl und Pinkel (cabbage and spicy sausage) keep Bremen fans wanting for more. Labskaus, Grünkohl and Knipp, a poor man’s mix of grits and bacon served with fried potatoes and apples, is also extremely popular. Bremen is also a destination for wine lovers - Bremer Ratskeller has the world’s largest collection of wine. And of course, Bremen is the home of Beck’s Beer.
Sit down and relax in one of Bremen’s many cafés. Whether you are in the mood for something sweet or just a beer, you will find a place to feed your mind and soul.
Bremen is not just a great city to visit during the day. There's also plenty going on at night too! Where you can party into the early hours. As Bremen's mascots, the donkey, cat, dog and rooster, bid each other goodnight, and the Roland statue closes his eyes to sleep, the city on the Weser river comes to life once again. There are many things to experience in Bremen by night: going on a pub tour with friends in the 'Viertel' district, enjoying an evening out in a stylish bar, or dancing the night away at a trendy club on the 'disco mile'. http://www.bremen-tourism.de/bremen-for-night-owls
Clubs away from the disco mile

Clubs away from the disco mile

Modernes This former cinema is located in the Neustadt district next to the university. It hosts parties, such as Freaky Friday, dance nights and 90s parties, as well as regular concerts and comedy gigs. On hot nights the roof can be opened to let fresh air in. www.modernes.de MS Treue This former concrete ship has been converted into a club and is moored right on the Schlachte Embankment. The programme mainly features electronic music nights as well as occasional concerts. www.mstreue.de Adiamo Dance Club The Adiamo Dance Club, located at the GOP Variety Theatre in Bremen's Überseestadt district, offers a very modern setting in which to enjoy fantastic cocktails and music by top DJs. The four bars, dance floor and terrace with river views will ensure any night out here is a memorable one – particularly if it is combined with a show at the theatre. www.adiamo-bremen.de Soho Club The Soho Club is also located in Bremen's Überseestadt district. This trendy hotspot is synonymous with stylish parties and offers views of Bremen's skyline. It plays a mix of club music, classic hits, funk, soul, RnB, disco, house and dance music. Aladin The Aladin Music Hall in Bremen's Hemelingen district covers all the usual styles of rock music, while the former ballroom, the Tivoli, offers an eclectic mix of genres. It hosts concerts, themed parties and over-30s and over-40s nights. The Aladin can also be booked for a wide range of events. www.aladin-bremen.de

Full of unique and coveted goods, you can’t escape Bremen’s mix of stores and boutiques. The 16th-century Schnoor quarter is unbeatable, with fishermen and artisan cottages bursting with galleries, goldsmiths and eccentric retail establishments. Keep an eye open for aromatic teas, jewelry and hand-painted crockery. Those with a penchant for fine spirits will find their holy grail around the main market square: Ratskeller stocks some of Germany’s best wines. Just down the road, beautifully hand-crafted toys line the shelves of Martinshof. Sögestrasse comes up trumps with the swish but traditional fashion houses, Stiesing and Roland-Center. All things classy and pricey are located around Fedelhören, where delicatessens, shops and antique stores rub shoulders with designer boutiques. On a rainy day, head for Domshof Passage. This glass-covered shopping mile is packed with exclusive little shops and boutiques to tempt even the most hardened shoppers. Visit the Ostertorviertel, or simply "Viertel", which is a lively quarter around the Ostertorsteinweg with pubs, discotheques, cinemas, boutiques and shops with groceries from all over the world.
Top events in Bremen – Whether Sixdays or Freimarkt, Schlachte Magic or Samba Carnival - Bremen people know how to celebrate.
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