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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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+49 421 3080010

Mo-Fr 8.30-18 Uhr, Sa 9.30-13 Uhr

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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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Piekfeine Brände, © Jens Schulz
©Jens Schulz

Glimpse behind the scenes at a distillery. Exquisite fruit brandies and spirits. Seminars on distilling and fruit brandies appreciation. Tastings and tours.

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On Böttcherstrasse you can salivate while watching candy artisans at work, at Bremer Bonbon Manufaktur.

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Ratskeller winde-trade, © Bremer Ratskeller Weinhandel
©Bremer Ratskeller Weinhandel

With around 1,200 different varieties, the Bremen Ratskeller probably has the world's largest selection of German wines.

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Kaffeerösterei August Münchhausen, © BJOERN BEHRENS / Kaffeerösterei Münchhausen
©BJOERN BEHRENS / Kaffeerösterei Münchhausen

Find out about Bremen’s history as a city of coffee, watch beans being roasted and sample coffees from around the world.

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Kassiopeia, © Kassiopeia
©Kassiopeia

Tea and gemstone store with more than 300 varieties of organic and conventional tea. Precious stones: uncut, polished and for therapy.

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Lloyd Caffee, © Studio Banck / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©Studio Banck / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

Learn all about coffee from planting it to brewing it and watch the master coffee roaster at work.

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Ludwig von Kapff wine-trade, © Ludwig von Kapff
©Ludwig von Kapff

Warehouse outlet for Bremen’s oldest wine importer offering around 600 different wines, sparkling wines and spirits from all over the world and expert advice ...

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We sell a wide range of tobacco products, smokers' accessories, newspapers and cigars, as well as lottery tickets and tickets fpr Bremen's buses and trams.

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Tabak und Pfeife, © Tabak und Pfeife
©Tabak und Pfeife

Premium cigar & whisky stockist for quality tobacco, cigars from all over the world, smoking accessories, rum & whisky and much more besides…

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Tea pleasure in blue and white since 1978: 3 shops in Bremen

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