- Resort type: City resort
- Landscape: Swamp, Town, Plain, Riverside
- What to do: Culinary Tourism, Golf, Horse Riding, Boat Trips, Historical & Architectural Monuments, Amusement Parks, Hiking, Festivals & Carnivals, Shopping, Nightlife, Religious Pilgrimage
Bremen is a German city situated on the Weser River in the northern part of the country. It is 60 kilometres away from the North Sea and 130 kilometres away from Hanover.
Bremen managed to preserve many historical and architectural monuments and thousands of tourists come to the city to see them. They can walk along the old streets, visit the museums and galleries and see the main sights. The City Theater Bremerhaven and the Town Musicians of Bremen Statue are a must-see. The pilgrims should definitely visit Saint Peter’s Cathedral.
Bremen offers a wide range of choices for shopping. On the central square around the City Hall, there are markets. The majority of shops are on the streets Sogestrasse and Lloyd Passage.
An event tourism is well-developed in the city due to numerous celebrations and festivals. Breminale is the most famous local festival.
The extreme tourists will not be bored here either. They can go rowing, horseback riding, take a boat trip across the Weser River, play tennis, golf, bowling, and try their hand at climbing at the climbing gym Sportgarten.
Bremen is a family-friendly city. There are amusement parks, playgrounds for children, aquarium, and a Space Center Bremen.
The foodies can visit cooking masterclasses and try traditional German dishes in the restaurants.
The ecological tourists prefer to go to the country and visit Harz National Park or take a walk in the Rhododendron Park.
Bremen has an active nightlife. The tourists can go to lounge cafes, night clubs, and disco. We recommend visiting Aladin and Woody’s.