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    About Bremen

    1200 years of tradition and openness characterise the Hanseatic city of Bremen on the Weser river. Its most famous landmarks – the splendid Weser Renaissance town hall and the venerable Roland statue – form a joint UNESCO World Heritage site on the historical market square. Bremen’s world-famous mascots are the Town Musicians from the Brothers Grimm fairytale.

    Exciting interactive exhibitions and science centres, insights into the technologies of tomorrow – Bremen’s is home to numerous projects that prove that science is anything but dry and boring. The botanika, Universum Bremen and the Ethnological Museum put the focus on learning by doing. And at EADS Astrium you can find out how astronauts eat, sleep and shower in zero gravity.

    Not a month goes by without some exciting event taking place in Bremen – from the Freimarkt, Germany's oldest funfair, to concerts and plays, art exhibitions and the traditional Christmas market, whose Schlachte Magic stalls extend along the Weser river.

    Our suggestions:

    SLEEP Hotel ÜberFluss (Langenstrasse 72, hotel-ueberfluss) describes itself as ‘a four-star superior design hotel’, and guests enjoying its achingly chic suites, Finnish sauna and views of the river Weser are unlikely to argue. The restaurant does barbeque nights in season.
    EAT On the Weser’s east bank, Scharfrichter Lounge (Martinstrasse 70, majors in that noble German delicacy, the Currywurst. The secret here’s in the spices: the sausage is graded according to heat from zero to 10, with the stronger options designed to lay you out flat. Even vegans can join the piquant fun.

    • Chocolatier Hachez has been supplying the citizens of Bremen with toothsome delights since 1890. Stop in here for kluten, cubes of peppermint fondant part-covered in chocolate, a local speciality.
    • Short and narrow but packed with interesting buildings, Böttcherstrasse is an example of what a skilled architect can do with the humble brick. Take a walk along it for smart shops and craft workshops, and listen out for the carillon of 30 Meissen porcelain bells at the Haus des Glockenspiels.
    • Along Bremen’s ‘Culture Mile’ is the Kunsthalle (Am Wall 207), is home to a dazzling collection of art spanning seven centuries. Cézanne, Manet and Van Gogh all have a berth here, and there are several works by the pioneering Expressionist Paula Modersohn-Becker, who spent much of her life in the city.
    PRACTICAL INFO A cab from Bremen Airport to the city centre costs around €10 and takes about 20 minutes, depending on traffic.
    Tram line 6 leaves for the city centre every five to 10 minutes, and the journey takes about 10 minutes.

    Planning a trip to Bremen?