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Travel to Bremen with Stena Line

Travelling to Bremen with Stena Line


Bremen Town Hall on a summer's day with a german flag flying in front of the building.
Bremen welcomes you

Definitely a highlights of northern Germany is the medieval town of Bremen which attracts thousands of visitors annually. Bremen really is one of Europe's most charming destinations, with its famous town musicians, historic buildings and numerous cultural festivals.


With so much history and culture oozing out of every street in Bremen, it's no wonder it's so popular with tourists hoping to explore Germany's hidden attractions.

A carosel funfare ride with people swinging in the sunshine.
Festivals

Bremen is one of Germany's smaller cities yet it's home to a variety of diverse festivals to suit every visitor. The Bremen Music Festival attracts classical music lovers the world over, and also the city also hosts the largest samba carnival in Germany in February.


Bremen's Freimarkt Fair draws over four million people to the Bürgerweide in the old quarter every October.

Close up picture of a pint of golden beer with a bright fluffy head.
Museums

Planning a trip to Bremen? Than make sure you don't miss the New Weserburg Museum, Germany's largest contemporary art museum, the Focke Museum, a popular overview of local history, and the Beck's Brewery, where you can see exactly how Bremen's biggest export is brewed and enjoy free samples.

Traditional greman architecture with Dutch style gables seen in Bremen.
Old Quarter

Visitors can marvel at Weser-Renaissance-style Rathaus (town hall) and the impressive St Peter's Cathedral, which incorporates several different architectural styles dating back to 1220, in Bremen's Old Quarter. There's also 600 years of tradition to be discovered at the Bremen Ratskeller with its 650 German wines.

Two ladies squinting in the sunshine while smiling.
For Kids

Planning on travelling to Bremen with your children? The little ones are sure to love the city's "botanika", a green, interactive science centre, and the Ethnological Museum, a 10,000 metre-squared homage to the natural world.