Bremen Travel Guide, Germany
Most people know Bremen only as a setting for the Grimm Brothers fairy-tale, the Bremen Town Musicians, but there is much more than that to the city. Bremen, together with Bremerhaven forms the state of Bremen in Northern Germany. Bremen has a rich history that goes back to the first millennium AD, and in the Middle Ages it was part of the all-powerful Hanseatic League. Bremen is a compact and extremely charming city, with a distinctive architecture and almost magical atmosphere. Bremen has everything from medieval streets or Art Nouveau buildings to an alternative neighbourhood and modern science centre. This Bremen Travel Guide will offer you some useful information about this fascinating city.
Bremen Travel Guide - Transport
Bremen Airport is located at about 3.5 kilometres from the city. There are several connections to major German cities such as Berlin or Dusseldorf, and a large number of international flights. You can easily find low-cost flights to and from London, Amsterdam, Paris or Antalya. If you are already in Germany, the best way to reach Bremen is by train. The German railway network is extensive and well-organised, and you can easily find a train to Bremen from virtually any part of the country. Getting around in Bremen is very easy due to the small size of the city. Although you can use the city’s public transport, this Bremen Travel Guide warmly recommends to take some time to walk around Bremen city centre if you don’t want to miss any of the small details that make Bremen so special. Bikes are a popular means of transport in Bremen, and you can find several bike-rentals in the city.
Bremen Travel Guide - Accommodation
Bremen is very backpacker friendly, and there are many hostels and hotels that cater for small budgets. Townside Hostel Bremen is only a short walk away from the train station, and it has amenities such as free coffee and internet. Eureka Bed & Breakfast in the city centre is located within walking distance to the old quarter. Rooms are quite comfortable and very affordable, and the breakfast, although not included in the price, is excellent. If you are looking for a nice mid-range hotel, you should check out Hotel Stadt Bremen. Facilities include a café bar, free internet and laundry service. Although quite devoid of the historical feel of the city, the hotel is comfortable and not very pricey. Those who are looking for a truly special place will probably be delighted with Hochzeitshaus, the world’s smallest hotel. While newly-weds are favoured, according to the tradition, anyone is welcome.
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