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Bremen Germany

Made popular through a story by the Brothers Grimm, ‘Town Musicians of Bremen’, this city is nothing short of a fairytale itself. Historical galleries, eye-catching sculptures and stately buildings reflect Bremen’s eventful past, while River Weser bisects the city, making way for an array of riverside eateries.

The Bremer Marktplatz is best explored with a walk around its ensemble of edifices, such as the UNESCO-listed Bremen City Hall and Roland Statue, the old wine cellar of Bremen Ratskeller and the Schütting – a former guild house. Adding to the grandeur of this historical centre is Bremen Cathedral with Romanesque and Gothic-style elements. You can also admire some classic brick architecture with a stroll through the narrow alley of Böttcherstrasse, pressed between the market square and Weser river.

Deep-dive into the cultural and artistic highlights of Bremen with visits to its finest museums. The Wilhelm Wagenfeld House is a design museum and exhibition centre that innovatively traces everyday culture, while the Weserburg Museum of Modern Art displays fascinating artworks and installations. If you’re interested in the world of science, the multimedia exhibits at Universum Bremen are sure to grab your attention.

The second-largest city in Northern Germany has plenty of things to do. Set out on a riverboat cruise or grab a drink at a beer garden in the Schlachte promenade. You can also walk along the maritime mile in Vegesack to learn about Bremen’s seafaring tradition or enjoy a performance at Theater am Goetheplatz in the city’s culture mile.


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