Quelle: Bremer Bäder GmbH
Eleven lakes and 14 Bremen pools invite you to swim in the Hanseatic city. Our overview shows you where you can cool off, whether there are opening hours to be observed and which tips and addresses are useful on the subject.
Most of Bremen's bathing lakes have DLRG lifeguard stations. The Werdersee, Stadtwaldsee and Unisee, Sportparksee Grambke, Waller Feldmarksee, Mahndorfer See, Achterdieksee, Bultensee and Sodenmattsee are monitored.
Flags at guard stations by the water provide important information about the surveillance, general conditions and risks at the beaches. Here you can find out how to interpret the different flags. Weiterlesen
Have you decided on a bathing lake? Then find out here what the quality of its water is. Weiterlesen
Here you can find out which bathing lakes are open for swimming and what the current water temperature is. Weiterlesen
When the temperatures rise, Bremen's outdoor pools invite you to have fun outdoors: In the Viertel district, the Stadionbad awaits you. In the district of Walle you can enjoy the cool water in the Westbad, while the Schlossparkbad is available in Sebaldsbrück. In Horn you can also refresh yourself in the Horner Bad! In Bremen Nord, two outdoor pools invite you to swim - the Freizeitbad Vegesack and the Freibad Blumenthal.
Quelle: WFB Wirtschaftsförderung Bremen GmbH/T. Vankann