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Hankering for a holiday in Europe? Look no further than Maritime city Bremen, Germany’s historical gems. World cultural heritage sites, historical villages and a wealth of culture will enthral you. Get there with all-inclusive holidays to Bremen from Travel Center. A must see for all kids is the bronze sculpture of the characters from the immortal story of ‘Bremen Town Musicians’, by the Brothers Grimm. Wander around Maritime city Bremen and discover the historical town square. Admire the magnificent Town Hall built in 1405. Artsy lovers enjoy a visit to the Maritime museum and heritage museum. Discover little gems in a city boasting 1200yrs of history. The courtyard of the Church of Our Lady meanders down to the Bottcherstrasse centre displaying fine arts and culture. Excellent chocolates, coffees and spices are plenty in city shops, as are designer labels. Local beers and traditional cuisine is enjoyed at cafes and restaurants while the nights are pretty hip at classy clubs and bars. The waterfront promenade with its beer garden and open-air cafes is all about relaxing and enjoying yourself. Go ahead book the all-inclusive holiday packages to Bremen from Travel Center and enjoy cheap flights and affordable family accommodation. We even offer flexible booking options for maximum convenience. Imagine yourself enjoying the revelry of Oktoberfest , Imagine yourself in vibrant Bremen.


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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

Ryanair, Lufthansa, Germanwings, KLM


German, English

Best Time to Travel

May to September

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.36 EUR

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Bremen Town Musicians

Created in 1951 by artist Gerhard Marcks this sculpture of a donkey, dog, cat and rooster standing on top of each other is one of the most famous representations of the Bremen Town Musicians, a fairy tale from 1857 by the Brothers Grimm. The story tells about how the four animals all run away from their respective owners in fear of being put aside or killed to become musicians in the city of Bremen.

Town Hall

The Town hall was constructed between 1405 and 1410 and a Wesar Rennaisance façade was added later on in the 17th century. It is regarded as the jewel of the market square and its upper hall is also regarded as the most magnificient ceremonial venue in Bremen. It was designed by architect Gabriel Von Seidel.

Roland Statue

The ‘statue of liberty’ of Bremen, it has been a symbol of trading rights and freedom since 1404. Although there are Roland statues in many German cities, this is the country’s largest. The statue measures five and a half meters and carries a shield bearing a coat of arms with the double headed imperial eagle and an inscription.

St. Peter’s Cathedral

This church has a history of over 1200 years and is built in the early Gothic style of the first half of the 13th century. The crypts are the oldest section in the church. This cathedral completes the collection of historical buildings on market square. It was originally Catholic, then Calvinistic and finally today a Lutheran church.

Schnoor Quarter

The Schnoor Quarter is Bremens oldest district and is a charming maze of lanes with little 15th and 16th century houses. The houses are lined on the street like pearls on a string and is why the area got its name as the word ‘Schnoor’ means string in low German. The shops here sell arts, crafts, handmade gold and also include cafes and restaurants.


Yet another fascinating lane, the Bottcherstrasse was built in 1920 and has shops, restaurants, museums, workshops and a carillion. A coffee merchant in the beginning of the 20th century, Ludwig Roselius bought up all the houses on this street and completely rebuilt them creating a remarkable architectural wonder.

Hole of Bremen

The Hole of Bremen is basically a money collection box in the ground. When you drop a coin into it you can hear one of the Bremen Town Musicians thanking you with a crow, miaow, bark or hee-haw. The money collected goes to the Wilhelm Kaisen Charity that supports a range of projects for local people.

Bremen Ratskellar

This historical restaurant is located below the town hall and has a tradition spanning 600 years, 650 German wines, a vaulted cellar and specialty dishes native to Bremen. Specialty booths are available for those who prefer more intimate surroundings. The oldest casket wine in Germany is also stored here.

Drop Tower

Experiments on weightlessness are conducted here while the top of the tower serves as a function room. It stands 146 meters high inside of a 110 meter tube that allows to perform experiments in zero gravity conditions. It is an important part of aerospace research.


The 30 Meissen porcelain bells found here play a mixture of sea shanties and traditional folk songs. The tower in the side building has ten wooden tablets containing the names of the Atlantic explorers that crossed the ocean by sea or air. The bells play music every hour from April to December.