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A large city with a population of over half a million people, Bremen has a higher than average GDP and a high standard of living. Part of the production network for Airbus planes, it is also an important city for the European space agency and is home to a Mercedes-Benz factory. Bremen’s port is the second-largest in Germany after Hamburg, and is another major economic driver of the city. Bremen has always been known as a working-class town, but it’s a cultural as well as an economic hub of the region.
It wasn’t always this way. Bremen began its life as a settlement for Germanic tribes as far back as 12,000 BC. But it wasn’t until 1032 A.D. that the town first built stone walls and started to trade with other German towns as well as Norway, the Netherlands, and England.
In 1260, Bremen joined the Hanseatic League, a confederation of northern German cities. The city continued to grow economically, but remained an independent city right through the medieval period. During the 30 Years War in the 17th century, Bremen remained neutral and reinforced its defenses. Strong walls and access to the North Sea helped Bremen remain independent through the various wars that swept the region over the centuries. Although conquered by Napoleon and occupied by the French for a few years, Bremen went back to being an independent city and stayed that way until joining the German Empire in 1871.
For a few months in 1919 following the First World War, Bremen was a Soviet republic. The air industry began in Bremen in 1923 and continues to this day. Heavily bombed during the Second World War, much of Bremen's historical architecture was destroyed. During the postwar reconstruction, Bremen once again became a wealthy and important city.
Like many German cities, Bremen lost many of its old buildings during the war. However, the city has still preserved some of its historic charm. Wandering around the historic heart of Bremen is a great way to see how old meets new in this proudly independent city.
See the heart of the city at Bremen cathedral. The twin spires of this grand church are an icon of the city, and you can climb one of the towers to get an unsurpassed view of the city. Inside, eight 400-year-old mummies make for a quirky and creepy attraction.
Marvel at Gothic architecture at Bremen city hall. This UNESCO World Heritage site is known as one of the most beautiful town halls in Europe. Dating back to the 15th century, its statues and intricate decorations were carved during the Renaissance. It also holds Germany's oldest cask of wine.
Soak up the atmosphere at the Marktplatz. This public square has been a key part of life in the city for centuries. It still hosts the Freimarkt, which dates back to 1035 and is one of the oldest fairs in Germany.
Step back in time in the Schnoor quarter. This former fishing village is home to well-preserved timbered houses that date back to the 1400s. It's also a great place to find some of Berman's quirky stores and best restaurants.
See a more modern side of the city in the Schlachte district. Bremen's harbor has been pedestrianized and is now a lively district full of biergartens and restaurants.
Bremen airport flies to other cities in Germany and some other European destinations. The airport can be reached from the city center via tram lines 6, and the journey takes around 10 minutes.
Bremen's main train station is close to the heart of the city and connects it with other towns throughout Germany. There are two trains per hour to nearby Hamburg, which is also the location of a much larger airport.
Bremen's efficient public transit network uses both buses and trams to move people around the city. Most routes stop outside the central rail station, making it the transit hub of the city.
The old town of Bremen is where you'll find most of the city's tourist attractions, and it's a very walkable area. The charming old streets and Hanseatic buildings are best seen on foot, and there's no better way to get a sense of the atmosphere of this unique town.
Bounce makes a trip to Bremen easier by providing a place to stash your bags while you explore. Drop off any bags for as long as you like and rest assured they will be secure until you’re ready to pick them up.
Universum science center: Explore the mysteries of the galaxy at Universum science center. This interactive museum is housed in a building that looks like a spaceship, and hundreds of exhibits invite you to explore and experiment. Divided into theme areas such as Humans, Nature, and Technology, Universum lets you experience the world in a whole new way. Note the heavy bags are not permitted inside, so make sure to leave yours at a luggage storage shop nearby before you visit.
Burgerpark: Get some fresh air at Bremen's favorite park, the Burgerpark. The green lawns and shady trees make the park ideal for a picnic, or you can rent boats and go for a paddle on the lake. There's also many golf courses, and outdoor performances by the Bremen Shakespeare company during the summer season. Plus, kids will love the petting zoo that lets them get close to a variety of farm animals.
Beck's Brewery: One of the world's most popular beer brands started in Bremen. Beck's Brewery has been part of the city since 1873. A brewery tour will show you how this legendary product is made, and there'll be a tasting session afterward so that you can enjoy a crisp beer or two at this popular attraction. Heavy bags are not permitted inside, so make sure you leave yours at a luggage storage locker in Bremen to make your visit easier.
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The price for luggage storage in Bremen is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Bremen which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Town Musicians of Bremen, Schnoor, Town Hall and many other areas.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Bremen.
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Bremen. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Bremen where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Bremen Ratskeller, Kleiner Olymp, and Ständige Vertretung. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Bremen are Park Hotel, B & B Hotel Bremen-Überseestadt, and Grothenns.
Bremen offers several scenic parks including Stadtpark, Pastorenwäldchen, and Knoops Park.
You can find local tourist information at Gewerbehaus, Schnoorviertel, and Tourist-Information.
If you're looking for a good museum in Bremen, we recommend Science Center, Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum, and Art Hall Bremen. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Bremen's most popular historical attractions including Town Musicians of Bremen, Glockenspiel House, or Roland and monuments like Antikolonialdenkmal, Kriegerehrenmal Altmannshöhe, or Molenturm. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Valentin submarine pens, Ruins, or Sockel des Waller Wasserturms.