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Dynamic Lifestyle on the Left Side of the Weser

© WFB / Thomas Hellmann

The Neustadt lies between the airport and the Weser River in the south of Bremen. The cityscape here is marked by Old-Bremen houses, especially in the sections of Buntentor, Südervorstadt, Alte Neustadt, and Neustadt. You’ll also find lively shopping streets and alternative cultural offerings, well beloved by the locals. Quieter, but still lovely residential areas can be found in Hohentor and Huckelriede, while in the section of Neuenland the airport and lots of companies are located.

Impressions of Neustadt

Quintessential Neustadt

Neustadt is a lively neighbourhood that is no longer "on the rise", but has long since arrived among Bremen residents. With no fewer than eight neighbourhoods, the district boasts a wide range of cultural activities and is home to numerous cultural players. The KUKOON and Papp, for example, offer plenty of space for culinary delights, socialising and culture. Neustadt has no shortage of restaurants, cafés and bars. Thanks to numerous events and its own festival in summer, there is plenty going on in Neustadt. At the same time, the Weser and Werdersee lakes provide Bremen residents with a local recreational area in their neighbourhood.

Not to Be Missed in Neustadt

Data and Facts

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45.449 (Stand 12/2019)

Surface Area:

15,319 km²


Alte Neustadt, Buntentor, Gartenstadt Süd, Hohentor, Huckelriede, Neustadt, Neuenland/Flughafen, Südervorstadt



Public Transportation

Train and Bus Lines:
1, 4, 6, 8, 26, 27, etc.
Night Lines:
N1, N9
Train Connection:
DB Railway Station Bremen-Neustadt, Regional Services in the Direction of Oldenburg & Bremen Main Station

Local Office Neustadt/Woltmershausen

If you have any requests, comments or complaints about your neighbourhood, please contact the Neustadt / Woltmershausen local office. Weiterlesen

Good to Know!

While his big brother in the inner city is visited and admired by numerous tourists every day, the "little Roland" in the Neustadt enjoys a quieter life. At one time, residents of Neustadt had limited citizenship rights. In 1737, as an expression of their pride and independence, they erected a - much smaller - copy of the original. Since then, the little Roland atop a pedestal adorns the fountain on the south end of the Neuer Markt in Old Neustadt. Encircled by cafés and restaurants, this spot in the Neustadt is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered.

Der kleine Roland am Neuen Markt in der Neustadt; Quelle: WFB/bremen.online - MDR

© WFB/bremen.online - MDR

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