You want to spend your vacation in the Hanseatic city? We warmly welcome you. Here you will find some information to experience Bremen barrier-free. We are looking forward to your questions and suggestions.
Another popular place is the Schnoor Quarter, Bremen's oldest neighborhood.
Note on accessibility: Please note that the Schnoor, with old cobblestones and curbs, has limited accessibility. The alleys are sometimes very narrow. Some stores in the old houses have steps at the entrance.
"Bremen Tourism" offers a wide range of different tours, sightseeing tours and city walks. Here you get personal advice and trained city guides. For example, "A sensual journey through time on Böttcherstraße" is an offer only for visually impaired and blind people. The team of "Bremen Tourismus" is looking forward to your inquiries.
The bus for the daily city tours has two wheelchair places. The "City Tour" heads for destinations such as the former harbor area. Other stops include Überseestadt and the Weser Stadium. More information and contact details for the "City Tour Bremen" sightseeing tour.
Another option for discovering the city center on the move is the "Stadtmusikanten-Express". The small electric bus starts in front of the Kontorhaus at the corner of Marktplatz and Langenstraße. Then it goes past the market square, to the Weser promenade "Schlachte" and the Wall. Of course, you will also see the Schnoor quarter and the Culture Mile. More information about the city center tour with the "Stadtmusikanten-Express".
Trained city guides - three "native signers" - offer city tours through Bremen for deaf tourists. Hearing people who are signers can also take part in the tour.
Special requests for the city tour can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need a spoken language interpreter, please inquire about the extra charge for this at the Landesverband der Gehörlosen e.V. at email@example.com.
The model to touch makes the architecture of Bremen's old town tangible for blind people. On the east side of the Bremen Parliament and next to the attraction "Bremen Hole" is a bronze model of Bremen's old town. It offers people with and without visual impairments a nice overview of the city center. The model is wheelchair-accessible and depicts the houses and streets at a scale of 1:750. The bronze is the work of artist Felix Brörken, who spent months handcrafting the miniature cities.
Quelle: WFB/Ingrid Krause
Here you will find a selection of business entries of hotels in Bremen. If you click on a business entry, you will get, among other things, detailed information about accessibility:
Please contact the team of Bremen Tourism directly for all further questions.
Phone: 0421 - 30 800 10
Even though Bremen is a compact city, it can still take a long time to make your way around it because there is so much to see. If you struggle to get around on foot, you can borrow a wheelchair free of charge from the tourist information office on Böttcherstrasse. All we request is a refundable deposit of €50 and a copy of your ID card or passport.