Chocolate from Bremen
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Shopping arcades and city centre
The Lloyd Passage shopping arcade has everything you need. During store opening hours you can take a relaxed stroll and browse through the many shops. After the shops have a closed there is a choice of restaurants to tempt you.
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Mall of Fame
In the Mall of Fame (in the Lloyd Passage shopping arcade) you can spot the hand prints of several German celebrities.
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Shopping in the historical city centre of Bremen is an experience in its own right. The streets are lined with high-end retail outlets, cafés and bars. If you look up, you'll also see a multitude of impressive gables. Some of the buildings here are Bremen merchants' houses whose ground floors have been modernised, but whose upper floors still feature the architecture of bygone eras.
Quelle: Katharina Bünn
Shopping at the Waterfront
Today a large shopping and entertainment complex stands at the site of the former AG Weser. International name-brands and well-known chains have stores here. There’s a large food court with a 25-square metre TV screen and the biggest 3D multiplex cinema in the region. With around 4,000 parking spaces, parking is not an issue, but - with its own tram stop - public transport to the city centre is also very convenient. In the summer, the terrace behind the Waterfront has a wonderful view of the Weser and the harbour.
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As an alternative to Bremen’s historic city center, shopping possibilities in the neighborhood include the shopping center in Blockdiek as well as at the modern Weserpark in the section of Osterholz. The street Hans-Bredow-Straße also has a wide range of retailers open for business.
Quelle: Weserpark Bremen
Shopping in the Roland Center
When the Roland Center was built in the 1970s, it was Germany’s first indoor shopping mall. Today it is the unofficial centre of Huchting. Around 100 shops provide the residents of Huchting and the surrounding neighbourhoods with all the everyday-items they need. The building has a neighbourhood branch of the library on its upper floor, and on Sundays flea markets are held. In the winter, the ice rink set up in front of the entrance draws a crowd, especially children.
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43 Top brands (including ESPRIT, adidas, Nike, Puma, Asics, Jack & Jones, Gerry Weber, Tommy Hilfiger, s.Oliver, Marc ´ O Polo, Lacoste, Lindt, WMF, FOSSIL) over 22,000 square meters with 2,200 free parking and four restaurants make the Ochtum Park a shopping magnet for a hinterland of 15 million enthusiastic customers.
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