Bremen travel guide

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You're Going to Love Bremen

Modern, dynamic but with a charming historic core, Bremen is one of the most laid-back and enjoyable destinations in Germany. Packed with museums, blessed with plenty of green spaces, fine restaurants and more, Bremen always proves a rewarding place to visit.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Bremen

When to Visit Bremen

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Sightseeing is best during summer (June through September), but spring and fall are great times to visit as well.

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How to Get to Bremen

Airports near Bremen

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HAJ Hannover

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Where to Stay in Bremen

Bremen has a wealth of great hotels. Some leading city center luxury choices include the Radisson Blu, Dorint Park Bremen, and the riverside Steigenberger Hotel.

Popular Neighborhoods in Bremen

Where to stay in popular areas of Bremen

Most booked hotels in Bremen

How to Get Around Bremen

The Cost of Living in Bremen

Shopping Streets

The best place to shop if you love independent stores is definitely Schnoor, where you can wander through countless craft stores and boutiques.

Groceries and Other

Supermarkets in Bremen include REWE and Aldi, and prices are usually moderate. You can expect to pay about EUR2.50 for a gallon of milk.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
C$ 13.59
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
C$ 99.56
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
C$ 3.67
C$ 3.60

Where to Eat in Bremen

Bremen's gastronomic highlights include the Bremer Ratskeller (under the market), and Spitzen Gebel, which dates back to the 1400s. Meals should cost around EUR10-20 at most restaurants.