Bremen / Germany
Bremen - city on the river: It flows through the heart of the metropolis, it has made Bremen as trade route proud as the Hanseatic city that is: the Weser. The seafaring atmosphere is still alive today and for tourists particularly charming. The Schlachte Weser promenade invites the residents of Bremen and their guests for a stroll along the river in the midst of the town center. There is feasting in international gastronomy, watching ships, strolling - shortly: unwinding. Around 2,000 outdoor spaces in the midst of maritime atmosphere annually attract nearly two million visitors to the Schlachte. Ship of any type dock here: from rustic Pfannkuchenschiff, the three-master "Admiral Nelson", up to Hansekogge, the replica of the historic means of transportation from the 13/14 th.
Bremen - historic Hanseatic city: 1,200 years of history and cosmopolitanism characterize the Hanseatic city on the Weser. Just like a red thread runs the pursuit of independence through Bremen history. Today, the two sister cities Bremen and Bremerhaven form the smallest of the 16 German federal states. Unmistakable landmarks in Hamburg remain the splendid town hall in the style of the Weser Renaissance and the venerable figure of Roland on the historical market (UNESCO world heritage since 2004), the Schnoor - Bremen's oldest quarter, the unusual architecture of traditional Böttcherstraße or the Bremer Dome.And of course here are the world famous Bremen Town Musicians from the Grimm Brothers' fairytale.