Some hotels in Bremen offer free public transport tickets to their guests. Check before booking a hotel and enjoy your savings. Those hotels include InterCityHotel Bremen, Swissotel. Ask for yout tickets at reception, as it is not widely advertised.
46 hectare park with approx. 550 species and 2,500 varieties of rhododendron is a true gem of Bremen. Check rhododendrom blossoming time - usually from mid to end of May, and enjoy park in full colours. Free entrance.
The history of Burger Park in Bremen starts 145 years ago - it was born out of an urban necessity to provide the growing population of Bremen with a place of tranquillity. Today it is a must place to visit both during summer and/or winter time. Today it is on ofGermany’s best-maintained country parks. Together with the adjacent woodland, it covers an area of 202 hectares.
Hospital Museum offers permanent and special exhibitions on the history of medicine and psychiatry. Free entrance. Open Wed-Sun from 3-6 p.m.
The most important sculpture museum in Northern Germany. Gerhard Marcks House also features special exhibitions of contemporary sculpture. Free entry - first Thursday of each month.
Schnoor quarter is the oldest district of Bremen. It owes its name to the string (schnur in German) of pretty little houses dating back to 15th and 16th century and lining in mazy streets. Come here during evening time for a dinner and romantic walk or during the day to visit art galleries and small shops.
St Petri Cathedral's Big Organ dates back to 1894 and was built in Frankfurt/Oder, but the oldest - Silbermann-Organ in the West Crypt was created in 1745 in Freiberg/Saxonia. Every Thursday at 19:00 you are invited to classical music concert. Free entry.
dThe Brandenburg Gate is one of Berlin’s most important monuments – a landmark and symbol all in one with over two hundred years of history. A former symbol of the divided city, it drew visitors who used to climb an observation platform in order to get a glimpse of the world behind the Iron Curtain, on the other side of the barren “death-strip” which separated east from west Berlin, geographically and politically