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The Hanseatic City of Bremen is one of three federal city states in Germany and capital of the Metropolitan Region Northwest with a population of 2.7 million. Bremen is situated on the banks of the River Weser and together with its sister city of Bremerhaven has the second largest port in Germany. The port specialises in fish and freight shipping, particularly cars. In addition to the port, Bremen’s economy is based on the food industry, with resident companies including Beck’s brewery, Nordsee and Kraft Foods.

Bremen’s most important high streets are Sögestrasse and Obernstrasse, which have a high density of major retailers. Other high streets of interest are Knochenhauerstrasse, Hutfilterstrasse und Katharinenpassage shopping arcade. Outside the high streets, shopping centers are also strong in Bremen, with centers such as Waterfront, Weserpark and Roland Center. The street Schnoor in the old town is a major tourist destination.

Things to do



Sögestrasse with Lloyd Passage, Obernstrasse and Marktplatz, Weserpark, Schnoor Viertel, Böttcherstrasse


Bremer Rathaus, Bremer Dom, Bremer Roland, Bremer Stadtmusikanten, Mühle am Wall, Bürgerpark, Glockenspielhaus, Schnoor Viertel, Spuckstein

And be seen


Kleiner Olymp, Bremer Ratskeller, Lilie, Teestübchen im Schnoor, Beck's in'n Snoor, Ständige Vertretung, Fisherman's Seafood, Edel Weiss


Gastfeld, Heldenbar, Schüttinger Gasthausbrauerei, Schwarzer Hermann, Eisen, Feldmann's Bierhaus

Be Merry

Universum Bremen, Theater Bremen, Kunsthalle Bremen, Rhododendron-Park, Olbers Planetarium, Casino Bremen, Gleis 9, Meisenfrei