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This is the place to come for accurate and friendly advice, up-to-date event information and even bookings for your city break to Bremen. We have a wide range of hotels and package deals modules to choose from, as well as individual modules such as tickets for transport and tourist attractions.

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Marktplatz/Langenstraße
Im Kontorhaus,
kostenfreies W-LAN.
Mo-Fr 9.30-18.30 Uhr
Sa 9.30-17 Uhr
So 10-16 Uhr

Hauptbahnhof
Gegenüber dem DB-Reisezentrum.
Mo-Fr 9-18.30 Uhr
Sa-So 9.30-17 Uhr

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Roland - Bremen statue of liberty, © Manuela Gangl / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©Manuela Gangl / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

The history of Bremen is anything but dry or dull. Over the years, a number of curious events have fundamentally changed the course of history in the ...

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Überseestadt district, © Bauer/Image Advertising / Überseestadt Marketingverein
©Bauer/Image Advertising / Überseestadt Marketingverein

Why do the people of Bremen call their flag the Speckflagge or 'bacon flag'? And why does the Bremen coat of arms feature in the logo for Hamburg-based ...

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Bremen Ratskeller, © Jan Rathke / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©Jan Rathke / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

Ever tried curly kale with pinkel sausage? Or sampled a slice of Bremen's klaben cake? And did you know that fast-food favourite the rollo originated from Bremen or ...

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Böttcherstrasse, © Jan Rathke / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©Jan Rathke / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

Where does the city's oldest quarter get its name from? What makes Bremen's funfair so special? Discover new and unique insights into the city's culture.

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Weser Stadium, © SV Werder Bremen
©SV Werder Bremen

In 2008 long jumper Sebastian Bayer from Bremen's athletics team set a new European record, and back in 1949 Bremen shoemaker Alexander Salot pipped Adi ...

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Universum Bremen, © Universum Bremen
©Universum Bremen

Bremen is a renowned city of science. Did you know that it has more stationary sundials than anywhere else in Germany?

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Bremen guild hall

Did you know that the export beer St. Pauli Girl, more usually associated with Hamburg, is actually produced by Beck's in Bremen? Or that Bremen is a favoured ...

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