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Guided walking tour of city center, © BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

A foreign-language guided tour that takes you to the highlights of Bremen's historical city centre. Many of these are concentrated on the market square.

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City tour through Bremen, © BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

In your own coach, you are given a foreign-language sightseeing tour to remember, embracing Bremen's 1,200-year history, its Hanseatic heritage and the present-day mix of traditional and modern.

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I spy!

Explore the market square with the kids. How many times can you spot the Bremen Town Musicians? Who’s the tall man with the pointy knees, and what’s that racket in the Hole of Bremen?

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Dreimal ist Bremer Recht

A cross between a quiz and a guided tour where you track down the answers to unusual questions in the heart of the city.

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Wahrheit oder Lüge?, © Jasmin Nitzschner
©Jasmin Nitzschner

During an entering walk through the historical city centre you will listen to funny anecdotes and initeresting facts about the history and daily life of the city.

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Bremen Town Musicians

Bremen, which dates back around 1,200 years, is about much more than just places of interest from centuries past. The city is shrouded in myth and legend.

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Mercedes-Benz factory tour

Discover what makes Mercedes-Benz cars so remarkable and see for yourself how a Mercedes is built!

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Gesche Gottfried Stone

Bremen, which dates back around 1,200 years, is about much more than just places of interest from centuries past. The city is shrouded in myth and legend.

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Historischer Marktplatz, © Jasmin Nitzschner
©Jasmin Nitzschner

In Bremen there is a lot of exciting to experience - tiny houses in narrow lanes; a donkey everybody would like to give a hand; a city hall from the late Middle Ages and a lot more.

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The Marketplace of Bremen

A foreign-language guided tour that takes you to the highlights of Bremen's historical city centre.

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Visit of the Upper Town Hall

The landmark attraction on Bremen's historical market square is the town hall, which became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2004 together with the Roland statue.

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Schatzkammer Ratskeller

Bremen's Ratskeller is one of Germany's oldest and most famous cellar taverns. German wines have flowed freely here since 1404.

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Visit of the Upper Town Hall

The landmark attraction on Bremen's historical market square is the town hall, which became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2004 together with the Roland statue that stands before it.

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Gerhard-Marcks-Haus, © G Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2016/Ingo Wagner
©G Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2016/Ingo Wagner

A tour of Bremen's old quarter complete with theatrical performances! Funny, colourful and somewhat bizarre characters introduce you to Bremen's attractions on this humorous jaunt through the old quarter.

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A walk in the Schnoor, © Jan Rathke/BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©Jan Rathke/BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

Enjoy a one-hour tour around the picture-postcard Schnoor quarter, Bremen's oldest surviving district.

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A walk in the Schnoor

Enjoy a one-hour tour around the picture-postcard Schnoor quarter, Bremen's oldest surviving district.

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BIKE IT!, © Ingo Wagner / WFB Wirtschaftsförderung
©Ingo Wagner / WFB Wirtschaftsförderung

This tour - led by a tour guide - shows Bremen the way it is, off the beaten tourist tracks - an exciting city with rough and smooth edges, full of contrasts, loads of history and tons of stories.

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Bremen specialties, © Jasmin Nitzschner
©Jasmin Nitzschner

You would like to see the most important and most beautiful things of the city centre and taste some of the popular Bremen stuff? During this tour you will get some samples of typical Bremen specialties.

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Führung durch das Weserstadion

Immerse yourself in the world of Werder Bremen, one of Germany's most famous football teams, on this guided tour of the Weser Stadium and the club museum.

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Treppenhaus im Haus des Reichs, © Andre Gensler / Fotowettbewerb 2009/2010 der BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©Andre Gensler / Fotowettbewerb 2009/2010 der BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

The history of a Bremen landmark - Visit one of Bremen's finest office buildings, Haus des Reichs now houses the city's finance department.

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The Bremen Town Hall- UNESCO world heritage

Bremen's town hall is probably the city's most photographed landmark after the Bremen Town Musicians statue. But what in particular made UNESCO declare it a World Cultural Heritage site?

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Molenturm in the Überseestadt

A new district is in the making. Let our expert guides take you on a journey back in time in Bremen's port districts.

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Walking tour with the nightwatchman (StattReisen)

An entertaining journey back to the Bremen of a bygone era. While the good people of Bremen are sleeping, the nightwatchman does his rounds: follow him on his tour of the old quarter by night.

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Röstvorgang während der Führung bei Lloyd Caffee

At the Lloyd coffee roasting house, you'll learn all about the famous coffee company that once occupied the site and Bremen's coffee baron, Ludwig Roselius.

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Gruppenführung im Dom, © Erich Greiner / Domgemeinde
©Erich Greiner / Domgemeinde

A tour of St Peter's Cathedral is a journey back to the Bremen of the Middle Ages. For the city of Bremen, St Peter's Cathedral is where it all began.

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Marktplatz Bremen, © Jens Hagens / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©Jens Hagens / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

If you would like to book a private tour of Bremen for your group, we will happily arrange an entertaining and informative tour in the company of one of our guides. To prevent any background noise from impairing your ...

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Schnoor quarter, © Jasmin Nitzschner
©Jasmin Nitzschner

Come on a journey into the past. In the Middle Ages the craftsmen and the fishermen used to live in the Schnoor quarter. Nowadays the tiny and crooked houses in the narrow lanes invite you to stay for a while.

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The changing face of a district

On your guided walk through St. Stephen's quarter, which dates back more than 860 years, you'll experienced a district transformed.

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The nightwatchman's feast for groups

Listen to our nightwatchman's tales of life in the old Hanseatic city of Bremen. Afterwards you visit a historical Bremen restaurant to enjoy a hearty nightwatchman's feast.

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Führung mit den Bremer Stadtmusikanten

The Bremen Town Musicians from the Brothers Grimm fairytale are the emblem of the city. Let the story's donkey, dog, cat and rooster lead the way on this enthralling guided walk.

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