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Bremen is looking forward to seeing you!
Many museums and shops are open again, visits to gastronomic establishments and tourist overnight stays are allowed: life is slowly returning. Now is the ideal time to plan your stay in Bremen. Completely flexible and with adapted cancellation conditions, so you don't have to worry about what will happen if the situation changes again. And so that you can enjoy your anticipation of your next holiday.
The tourist information offices at the main railway station and in Böttcherstraße are currently open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 3pm. They are closed on Sundays and public holidays.
Our Bremen experts will be happy to answer any further questions regarding tourism in Bremen by phone and mail. You will also find further information on the general situation in Bremen on the city portal.
Here we collect the latest information on the situation in Bremen: Info numbers, recommended precautions and links to the responsible offices and departments.
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We show you Bremen's most beautiful corners, sights, insider tips and accommodation for your holiday in the Hanseatic city! Whether it's a day trip, a long weekend or an extensive holiday - here you will find inspiration for your time in Bremen.
Bremen - Hanseatic city on the river Weser
Bremen is a great place to live – even the Town Musicians in the fairytale by the Brothers Grimm knew that! It was 200 years ago that the story of the donkey, dog, cat and rooster first appeared in print. They set out on their apocryphal journey together, with the city on the river Weser as their destination. And the four friends were quite right about it being the place to be. Bremen, which together with the city of Bremerhaven makes up Germany’s smallest federal state, is a vibrant urban centre. This is where the traditional meets the modern, and metropolitan living meets north German hospitality. In Bremen, you never have to travel too far or for too long. Here, history, culture and life’s little pleasures are closely interwoven – and are often only a short walk apart. Arriving in the city by air is particularly convenient, as the journey from the airport to the city centre takes only eleven minutes by tram. Go on the trail of the Town Musicians for a true fairytale experience and discover Bremen’s feel-good factor.
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Give yourself and your data limit a break in one of Bremen’s free Wi-Fi cafés.