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Welcome to our city! Blossoming parks in the spring, warm summer evenings down by the river - Bremen has many beautiful aspects that are worth exploring. The experience guide hands you the key to our city. Open up and immerse yourself in the metropolis on both sides of the Weser. Find out interesting facts about the city and its sights, try out our tips for eating and drinking, go on a long shopping expedition, enjoy the leisure facilities of Bremen and discover the wonderful surrounding countryside too. During the walks through the quarters, discover what beer, coffee and football mean to the city and get to know the unique sides of Bremen like the Schnoor, Schlachte and BĂśttcherstraĂ&#x;e. Whether you are visiting for the first time or are always fond of coming to Bremen - you will soon see that ten tours are not enough to get to know completely the city by the river. Enjoy your voyage of discovery!


CONTENT Experience Bremen Tour 1: Around the Market Square and the Böttcherstraße page 5 Tour 2: The Schnoor

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Tour 3: The Viertel and the Osterdeich

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Tour 4: From the Schlachte to the Überseestadt page 27 Tour 5: Around the Obernstraße and the Sögestraße page 30 Tour 6: Around the “Wall”

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Tour 7: The Bürgerpark

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Tour 8: The northern part of Bremen

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Tour 9: In Delmenhorst

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Finder: places of interest in Bremen and the region Adresses: Shopping and Cosmetics 

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Adresses: Gastronomy and Accommodation page 58/59 page 59

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Bremen Viertel and Osterdeich: map C Bremen Schlachte and Überseestadt: map D Bremen North: map E

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Delmenhorst: map F BSAG network map

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Parking decks (Brepark)

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Around the Market Square TOUR 1 and the Böttcherstraße

World cultural heritage, landmarks, fairy tale characters, Beck‘s pub - most of what has made the Hanseatic city famous all over the world and what Bremen is associated with internationally is strung around Bremer Marktplatz (Bremen Market Square): the Bremer Stadtmusikanten (Town Musicians of Bremen), das Rathaus (City Hall), the Dom (Cathedral), the Schütting and the Roland - Bremen’s ‘showcase area‘ truly lives up to its name, for anyone standing on the Marktplatz will be amazed by the wealth of attractions, two of which are included on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Bremen Market Square is the place where the natives of Bremen from both inside and outside the city limits meet

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- all year round. In autumn, when the Freimarkt draws thousands of visitors to the city, a small-scale version of the folk festival is held in Bremen’s historical centre. The city is resplendent with a sea of twinkling Christmas lights during Advent. All these Bremen highlights are good reasons for guests from the region, but also from European countries outside Germany to pay the city on the river a visit. The Bremer Stadtmusikanten

The buildings surrounding the Marktplatz are the sheer embodiment of history. For ease of orientation, one stands with one‘s back to the Roland. The city‘s landmark was designated part of World Heritage by the UNESCO in 2004, just like the Bremer Rathaus on the left. For more than 400 years now, an impressive renaissance façade has

Event at the city hall

adorned the building that is around 600 years old and represents one of the most outstanding Gothic edifices on the European continent. It is also interesting to take a look behind the historic walls. Guided tours of the Rathaus are offered from Mondays to Saturdays at 11 a.m., 12 a.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. and on Sundays at 11 a.m. and 12 a.m. (all rights reserved for changes, tickets are available from the BTZ – Bremen Tourist Office). During the one-hour tour, the programme includes among other attractions the impressive obere Rathaushalle (upper hall)


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in addition to the majestic Güldenkammer (council room). Visitors looking towards the Roland will discover on the right-hand side Bremen’s parliament building inaugurated in 1966 and slightly to the left thereof - somewhat in the background - the St. Petri Dom (St. Peter‘s Cathedral) with its two towers, one of which can be climbed. The Evangelical-Lutheran sacred building with its Bleikeller (‘Lead Cellar‘) now looks back on more than 1200 years of history. On the north side of the place of worship, a few metres away from the bridal door, a symbol of Bremen’s criminal history is to be found in the “Spuckstein” (spitting stone). At the place on the Domshof cathedral square where the poison murderess Gesche Gottfried, infamous well beyond the city limits, was publicly executed in 1831, a commemorative stone engraved with a cross was inlaid as a memorial in the cobblestones. Many inhabitants of Bremen still spit on the stone in passing as a token of contempt at Gesche Gottfried’s 15 murders. The Haus Schütting, standing opposite the Rathaus, is a real gem styled along the lines of Flemish Renaissance architecture. The building erected in the years 1537

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and 1538 is an architectural treasure. Once the seat of Bremen merchants, the Bremen Chamber of Commerce now resides in the Schütting. Turn around on your heels or rather back to back with the Roland: in summertime, your attention is not only drawn to the many tables, chairs and sunshades of the caterers, but also to a reconstructed building ensemble comprising four buildings. On the far left, the Sparkasse Bremen Building, the Raths-Apotheke pharmacy and the Haus Zum The flowermarket

Jonas, in addition to the former Rathscafé, now known today as the Deutsche Haus, adjoining the Obernstraße. Culture vultures will not miss out in Bremen and if ever anything still remains to be desired, off to the Bremer Stadtmusikanten (Town Musicians of Bremen). The City has erected many monuments to the animal quartet, the most famous of which stands in the form of a bronze statue next to the entrance of the Ratskeller wine cellar. Briefly touch both of the donkey‘s legs: it brings good luck. Those looking for typical souvenirs had better head for the Werkstatt Bremen (Martinshof) shop (p. 12). The selection ranges from

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self-produced children’s toys to ‘Senate Products‘ (including coffee, tea, jam, wine and chocolate). These souvenirs are also to be found in the branch at Bremen Airport. Bremen is also about wining and dining. Typical dishes from the smallest German Federal State are served in the Bremer Ratskeller (p. 13). Lobscouse, Knipp, kale or asparagus – the most delicious local dishes sizzle on the kitchen stove of the traditional restaurant and the establishment’s wine cellar numbers among the oldest in the Federal Republic. You can relax and observe the hustle and bustle in front of the Roland from the John Benton (p. 13). The restaurant is a traditional steak house serving regional specialities. Enjoy the sunshine, savour delicious food and sip a Beck’s; all at the Marktplatz – the cosy Kaffeehaus & Restaurant Classico (p. 12) pampers its guests with international

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specialities, while fresh cake home-made ice cream is served with afternoon coffee. Afterwards, the discovery tour through the heart of Bremen can go on - with a visit to the market. Ranging from cashews to roasted almonds – the Holländische Nussbar (p. 14) is the place during market hours for those wishing to stock up on delicious specialities from the Netherlands. The ‘traveller‘s fare‘ hardly weighs anything, but provides a lot of energy for further tours. Only a few minutes away you will find the Markthalle Acht market hall (p. 14), where you can acquaint yourself with different food culView of the Böttcherstraße

tures and try out new food concepts in the heart of the city, directly by the Domshof (cathedral courtyard). Tip: “Streetfood Thursday” from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. And on every first Friday of the month, you can go on a culinary tour through the “pleasure place” with the „Walking Dinner Card“ for 15 Euro. Information material about the city is available from the BTZ – Bremer Touristik-Zentrale. This is based in the Haus des Glockenspiels (Böttcherstraße 4) and offers organised tours for all guests, such as a guided visit of the City Hall and a city sightseeing walk. Well fortified, discovery of Bremen can continue with a stroll along the Bött-

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Vertretung (p. 11), the hearty food is cooked with love and passion and with no flavor enhancers. And any Böttcherstraße Tour is simply not complete without an evening drink in the adjacent Bar Freytag (p. 11). Owing to its unique architecture, the Böttcherstraße is one of the cultural monuments and most frequently visited tourist attractions. The buildings predominately originate from the period between 1922 and 1931 and mainly owe their existence to a Bremen coffee merchant and patron of the arts. Kaffee Hag founder Ludwig

Bernhard Hoetgers bronze statue ‘Der Tag‘ in the Hoetgerhof

Roselius (1874–1943) commissioned the sculptor, painter, architect and craftsman Bernhard Hoetger (1874–1949) with the artistic design. The street and its buildings are a rare example of the architecture of expressionism. The whole complex of the Böttcherstraße has classified as a historical monument since 1973.

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Hinter dem Schütting (1A) • 28195 Bremen Entrance also via: Kaffeehaus Classico • Am Markt 17 Tel. +49 (0) 421-2440 08 67 • Fax +49 (0) 421-1784 696 www.hotel-classico-bremen.de • info@hotel-classico-bremen.de

RestauRant / Café • Breakfast daily from 8 am • New lunch menu daily • Homemade pastries. cakes and ice-cream daily

Am Markt 17 • 28195 Bremen Tel. +49 (0) 421-178 46 94 • Fax +49 (0) 421-33 00 48 719 www.classico-bremen.de • info@classico-bremen.de Opening hours: From 8am daily


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„Enjoy Argentinean steaks directly at the marketplace – just drop in and relax.“ Opening hours: 10 a.m. – 11.30 p.m. – Hot meals between 11.30 a.m. – 11 p.m. In „Beck´s“ am Markt · Am Markt 1 · 28195 Bremen · Telefon 0421 / 32 30 33 www.johnbenton-bremen.de

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TOUR 2 The Schnoor

The Schnoor district is criss-crossed by many little alleways

Centuries-old buildings, tiny houses, meandering alleys - all completely car-free, are what characterise the Schnoor. The oldest district of Bremen owes its name to the Low German ‘Snoor‘, meaning string. Firstly, the picturesque houses are lined up next to each other like pearls on a string; secondly, rope makers also once lived in the small alleys alongside fishermen and sailors. The Schnoor was mentioned for the first time in connection with the Franciscan monastery in the 13th century. The Probsteikirche St. Johann (St. John’s provost church) - also known as the ‘little Vatican in the Schnoor‘ - was built in the 14th century. You can start your walk at several places; the official Schnoor steps are however located in immediate proximity to the Domsheide square and lead directly to the church. Today, the lovingly restored quarter is home to many restaurants, cafés and bars.


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In addition to numerous catering establishments, the Schnoor offers above all a little corner for museums, galleries, craft workshops and theatres. If you follow the Komturstraße and turn left into the Kolpingstraße, you reach the Marterburg on the right. An eye-catcher there is the shop Weihnachtsträume (p. 22). Customers immerse themselves in a Christmas winter wonderland all year round and can purchase high-quality Christmas decorations. For anyone looking for a very special souvenir, Filo-Design (p. 22) is also the right place to go. For ten years now, Bremen-born Michaela Meißner and her team have been producing and selling fashionable bags made of artificial turf - high quality hand-crafted with modern designs in addition to jewellery and accessories. Further along the street, one arrives on the corner of the Straße Schnoor at the Institut für Niederdeutsche Sprache (Low German Language Institute) and the Ottjen-Alldag well. The latter commemorates the Low German poet, Georg Droste, who – although he had gone blind – wrote the autobiographical stores of Ottjen Alldag. The sculpture of the Bremen character Heini Holtenbeen is to be found in the immediate vicinity. The Bremer Geschichtenhaus (Bremen house of history) (p. 20) is to be found a few minutes’ walk down the Schnoor, in which the association bras e.V. has local celebrities from the past three centuries tell the story of the City. The association thus offers jobseekers support in searching for employment in addition to numerous job offers.

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cipes, and genuine Bremer sweets and pastries, including Klaben, coffee bread and Kluten. Along with the Konditorei Café in Schnoor (p. 21) and the bakery (p. 21), two other branches of the Schoon confectioners’ are represented in Bremen‘s oldest district. If you now follow the Straße Schnoor, past the toy museum, you reach one of the district’s central squares. This also is wonderful to stroll around. More culinary delights? From “James Bond” actor Roger Moore to politician Mikhail Gorbachev - they all visited

The bronze statue of Heini Holtenbeen

the Katzen-Café (p. 19) and enjoyed the first-class food of the café-restaurant in the heart of the Schnoor in an appealing ambience. Ideal for cold days: the restaurant has a heated terrace. The tour continues to Stavendamm. “Bringing the world‘s best drink to the cup, with the highest quality” is the company philosophy of Tea Merchant (p. 19). Friends of this aromatic hot beverage will find there an exquisite selection of more than 170 varieties of tea in addition to accessories for tea preparation. Folk art from the East of Germany is available in Erzgebirge in Schnoor (p. 19) available. The offer ranges from incense smokers and music boxes to light arches or arched candle holders, known as “Schwibbögen” in the Erzgebirge. There are also lovingly crafted woodwork articles with a maritime touch. Zebro knitwear from Bremen can be found not only in


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numerous Kaufhof stores throughout Germany, but also in the Schnoor. The knitwear collections, elegant silk shawls, hats, bags and living acces-

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sories can be purchased in Zebro (p.20) at number 5 on the Stavendamm. Bremen’s proximity to the sea becomes apparent at the street Stavendamm: At Albers Maritim (p. 20), there are items that prove their worth at sea, but are also appreciated on land. The selection ranges from ships in a bottle to maritime-inspired clothing.

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T he Viertel and the Osterdeich TOUR 3

Once you have left the Marktplatz and Dom behind you,

“Das Eck” (the corner)

walked by the venerable old district court and also passed the rampart, one of the most colourful and varied districts in Bremen awaits the visitor: the area around the Ostertorsteinweg and before the Steintor - affectionately known simply as ‘the quarter‘ by all natives of Bremen. The range of attractions for visitors is just as diverse and varied as the quarter’s’ inhabitants. There is the widest array of places to go to eat and drink, lots of culture and varied shopping facilities beyond the mainstream. The quarter is entered through the extension of the rampart. Cultural highlights include the Kunsthalle, the Gerhard-MarcksHaus, a museum for modern and contemporary sculpture the Wilhelm-Wagenfeld-Haus in which exhibitions around the theme of „design“ are held and the Goethe-Theater, Bremen‘s stage for musical theatre, drama, dance and theatre for children and adolescents with the four theatre venues at the Goetheplatz, Kleines Haus, Brauhaus and Brauhauskeller. Every season, there are more than 30 premieres with 600 performances on the programme, but also concerts and parties.

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A little tip: behind the Kunsthalle, walk along the Paula-Modersohn-Becker-Steg, which offers a splendid view over the lushly overgrown ramparts. This is also where the vibrant mix of shops and bars begins - there is sure to be something for every taste. At the front of the district, the Ostertorsteinweg, there are many little shops selling the widest array of goods. At the Sielwall-Kreuzung (crossroads), known just as ‘the corner‘, the back of the district, the Steintor, begins, since the name of the main street is Vor dem Steintor (before the Steintor). Here the atmosphere becomes younger, more trendy and more alternative. The district is well known for being a quarter full of hustle and bustle, in which one can however also just drift along or enjoy it all as a silent observer - during the summer months, ideally sitting outside in the sunshine. Further attractions include the markets in the neighbourhood - the one on the Wulwestraße, the one at the Ziegenmarkt and the one on the corner of Berliner Straße with its many The Ulrichsplatz at summertime

biological products. Strolling among the stalls automatically makes you feel like savouring the many fresh products. The range of catering is even more diverse. Anyone reaching the end of the quarter should at any rate make the effort to continue a few metres further and take a look at the Weserstadion (stadium). The homestead of SV Werder Bremen houses the Wuseum football museum and guided tours through the arena are also offered (Bremer Touristik Zentrale). The Weserstadion is best reached from the Lüneburger Straße. After a few steps along the Osterdeich you will be standing in front of the impressive Weserstadion. If you wish to stroll back from there towards the city centre, you should walk along the Osterdeich. The route along the Weser offers splendid views.


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From the Schlachte TOUR 4 to the Überseestadt

This tour goes from Bremen city centre along the Schlachte promenade to the Hafenreviere (old port area) of the Überseestadt. In doing so, you will not only acquaint yourself with the Hanseatic city’s’ seafaring tradition, but also stroll along a colourful mile where life goes on both in summer and in winter. Start first of all in the city centre though, at the Tiefer, right next to the Schnoor quarter. As early as the 13th century, there were already historic warehouses for the port between the street and the Weser. You walk downstream through a row of arches, the Weserarkaden. The walk continues under the Wilhelm-Kaisen-Brücke (bridge) to the Schlachte. The jetties with numerous ships come into view on the left followed on the right, next to Saint Martin’s Church, by shops and restaurants on the Straße Schlachte. The Alexander von Humboldt I, the famous “Beck’s ship”, is moored by the Schlachte. and can be visited. The Alex houses a restaurant and sleeping cabins that can be booked.

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banks of the Weser, you will come to the Jugendherberge Bremen (p. 29) which stands directly by the Weser. The rooftop terrace offers a wonderful view over the course of the river and the city. The navigable waters of the Weser begin by the way behind the Stephanibrücke (bridge). Modern architecture is superseding the historical buildings; construction work on Bremen’s new urban district, the Überseestadt, has been under way here since the turn of the millennium. You advance deeper into the Hafenreviere and walk through a small park to the Europahafen (port). The city had built this free port from 1887 onwards in order to boost shipping traffic in Bremen. Now that the ever larger vessels now usually load in Bremerhaven and the ports were abandoned, the Überseestadt was built on the site. If racetrack is what you are looking for, there are 600 metres of hot tarmac, eleven sharp bends and a whole load of karting fun for both young and old over two

Maritime event ”Überseetörn“

storeys. BB-Kart (p. 29) is the meeting place for horsepowermad child and adult racing drivers in the Überseestadt. An indoor experience awaits visitors in the Schwarzlicht-Hof (p. 29). Miniature golf is played in the dark in the historical setting, with black light illuminating the clubs, balls and fixtures. The Hafenrummel (p. 29) is also roofed over, an indoor funfair for families and groups. There is something for the eyes and ears in Bremen’s first Hafenrevue Theater (p. 29), which takes its guests on a journey back in time to the 1950’s. There are also new productions such as the quiz show with pop songs. The Bremer Touristik-Zentrale offers interesting tours through the Überseestadt, for example with ‘Emma‘, the electric minibus. The maritime walk ends on the KommodoreJohnson-Boulevard.


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TOUR 5 A  round the Obernstraße and the Sögestraße

The ’Swineherd and his Flock’ in the Sögestraße

Welcome to the heart of downtown Bremen. The pulse of trade in the Weser metropolis can be felt beating here between the Market Square and the Brill. The Obernstraße in addition to the Langenstraße and the Sögestraße was among the first major streets in mediaeval Bremen. First mentioned in records in 1157, it has been called the ‘Overenstrate‘ since 1374. In the 17th century, Council documents declared that the street was to be ‘the most noble passageway and at the same time a decorative ornament unto this fine city‘. This still holds true to this day, for here you can stroll and shop. The Obernstraße is to Bremen what the Kaufingerstraße is to Munich and the Mönckebergstraße is to Hamburg. The round tour can be begun at the bus and tram stop ‘Am Brill‘. First though, time for a shopping break: a


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spray, shampoo and other useful drugstore items are to be found at dm (p. 37). This is where you can also buy an umbrella for Bremen’s typical

weather. From there, you set off into the pedestrian precinct, still initially called the Hutfilterstraße. Beware! Although cars are not allowed here, trams are. A subject of much discussion in Bremen is whether the trams ought not to be relocated to a neighbouring street. There are already shops that offer beautiful and useful goods right from the start. A few steps further on, now on the Hutfilterstraße, you come to the Pieperstraße on the right. This is not only a direct route to the Schlachte stroll along the Weser (tour 4), there are also some fine outdoor eateries there which, when the weather is fine, invite you to relax in the summertime. Those longing for an Italian atmosphere will find what they are looking for in the Hostaria Tano (p. 36) with traditionally cooked and sometimes modern recipe combinations. During the week, a delicious midday menu consisting of fresh produce and often also fish dishes is offered there. Directly nearby, at the Markt am Hanseatenhof, the

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Kagi-Bar (p. 35) offers various different sushi variations, Japanese-inspired soups, salads and filled dumplings. The menu also includes the popular ramen dishes. Organic vegetables are used for all dishes. Those planning the city stroll with their offspring should remember the children‘s playground in the Hanseatenhof. The Stadtmusikanten-Karussell (merry-go-round) is a hit among younger visitors to Bremen. A few minutes’ walk further on, you come to the Knochenhauerstraße. All those who are hungry will see on the left-hand side a popular catering address, the Vapiano (p. 45), where home-made pizza and pasta, delicious salads and other Italian specialities are freshly prepared in the “show kitchen”. Directly opposite Illuminated St. Petri Dom

the Pieperstraße is the Papenstraße turning, leading to the shops on the Knochenhauerstraße. Those who would like to enjoy beef should call in at Biggie B. (p. 34). A speciality of the house is the burgers made of 100%-fresh Welsh Black beef, delivered directly from the Ammerland region, which has never been frozen. A few metres further on, the Knochenhauerstraße crosses the Carl-Ronning-Straße. There you can do something good for your feet: in the Birkenstock Store (p. 35), customers will find products manufactured based on 230 years of experience in the craft of shoemaking. The next stop is the Lloyd Passage. Those also wishing to buy foods at the same time as shopping will find in the basement of the Galeria Kaufhof the Edeka Citymarkt Bredow (p. 38), which, in addition to a large selection of foods, offers snacks too. Walking through the Lloyd-Passage, a stop at the stand of Gosch Sylt


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(p. 68) is imperative too: in addition to takeaway fish rolls, there is also fried scampi, fish soup and other delicacies. American food lovers turn off inside the Lloyd Passage into the Pelzerstraße and head for 1885 – Die Burger (p. 35). From the counter, you can watch as the burger is „assembled“ to suit your taste. The walk continues on to the Sögestraße. At the end of the mile, you come face to face with the sculpture „Schweinehirt und seine Herde“ (Swineherd and his Flock) by the sculptor Peter Lehmann, one of Bremen‘s most famous landmarks. Also worth

Samba-Karneval in the inner-city

seeing is the Pferdebrunnen (The horse fountain) at the south end, which was erected in 1900 „for humans, horses, dogs and birds“. If you walk along the Katharinen-Passage, you pass the Tabac & Pfeife Geniesser-Point (p. 35), where cigars and single malt among other items are sold. The tour then continues to the Domshof-Passage (p. 39). The quarter sheltered from the weather offers a large number of shops with a wide assortment of fashion, accessories and gift articles. “Bremen’s most beautiful shortcut” forms part of the Katharinen district and links the Domshof to the Sögestraße. Over the spacious Domshof, past the Cathedral and the Neptun-Brunnen, you return to the Obernstraße – and indeed at the Market Square. If you are looking for literature, the Obernstraße leads back towards Brill, where a stop at Thalia Buchhaus (p. 36) is well worth it: besides bestsellers, there are plenty of wonderful books about the city of Bremen.

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Anyone wishing to retreat for a while with or without reading material has a choice of two quiet, green refuges in the heart of Bremen. Six works by Gerhard Marcks can be admired in the Skulpturengarten der Bürgerschaft. Bremen also owes one of its most famous sights to the sculptor - the bronze sculpture of Shopping by night in the city centre

the Bremer Stadtmusikanten next to the entrance to the Ratskeller. Another secluded place is the Bremer Bibelgarten on the southern side of the St. Petri Dom. Visitors can look forward to more than 60 different plants, most of which are mentioned in the Bible.

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TOUR 6 Around the ”Wall“

The Mill on the Wall

Straße Am Wall is lined by the ramparts, the former fortifications and what is now the city’s ‘green belt‘. They almost enclose the old city completely and extend from the Weser in the Osterdeich in the east to the Stephani-Viertel’s Doventorswall and to Focke Garten. Today they are a popular recreational area and Bremen’s oldest public park. Up to 1664, the Dutch military engineer Johan van Valckenburgh oversaw the excavation of an irregular moat, more than three metres wide, around the city. To further enhance its usefulness, a rampart was also raised. In the 18th century, the fortifications lost their military significance and the cannon bastions gave way to windmills and were provided with gardens and paths. From 1802, the facilities were ultimately transformed into English-style landscape gardens. If your stroll begins on the Weser River ramparts, it is worth going up to the Altmannshöhe. The memorial is


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named after one of the ramparts’ gardeners, Isaak Altmann. After a short walk, you soon reach the Kunsthalle at the entrance to the Ostertorviertel. From there, the street Am Wall, starting at the Wall-Forum, takes you past numerous old town houses. Go down ‘theatre hill‘ to reach the moat. Along the way, you will encounter a succession of statues in addition to numerous sculptures and bronzes. From the Straße Am Wall, you can always pop back for a short detour to the parks. Shortly before the Herdentor,

Baker-Pavillion in the Wallanlagen (rampart)

you reach the ‘Steinhäuser Vase‘. Right next to it and not to be overlooked is the Baum-Hasel. It is the oldest tree in the ramparts. It has been standing at this spot since around 1802 and is also known as ‘The grand old lady of the ramparts‘. If you look straight ahead, you gaze falls on the old Wallmühle, the last remaining of a total of eight mills and one of the most photographed attractions in the city. The hill in front is regularly transformed into a colourful sea of flowers with ornaments and figures. Directly at the junction, you can also find the Wilhelm-Kaisen-Denkmal, a monument dedicated to the former mayor of the city. If you turn right into the Contrescarpe, you can enjoy a delicious lunch both indoors and outdoors in Greta´s Bistro (p. 43). The dishes are internationally inspired and prepared with regional ingredients. Also popular are the festivals that are regularly held in the ramparts, such as the Wallfest, where a music programme is also offered.

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From Bahnhofstraße, walkers can take the path straight towards the Hauptbahnhof and the Übersee-Museum. The museum is more than 100 years old and presents to a permanent exhibition from all continents of the world. Since Bremen is also easy to discover by bike, it is worthwhile to rent one of the more Bremens Central Railway Station

than 120 high-quality bicycles and e-bikes at Bremen ADFC bike station (p. 2) and “experience” the Weser metropolis. Tips for bicycle tours through the city are also available there. Those who prefer to explore the city on foot can book one of the many tours of the Bremer Touristik-Zentrale. The tourist information office is situated opposite the DB Travel Centre inside the beautiful central station.

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The Bürgerpark TOUR 7

The Bürgerpark – not far from Bremen Central Station and situated directly behind the ÖVB-Arena – is the green lung of the city. The area with the magnificent old trees, which is divided by moats, is a haven of relaxation for the inhabitants of Bremen. At the same time, the Bürgerpark is one of the most popular open air sites in the city and a meeting place for joggers who not only use the paths on the 200-hectare Bürgerpark, but also the 1.7 kilometre jogging path, which is illuminated at night and can be used until 11 p.m. A favourite port of call for families with children is also the animal enclosure, in addition to the miniature golf facility with its 18 courses. Local animal and bird species that are now difficult to observe in the wild live there with adequate freedom to roam. Children can also let off steam on the large adventure playground. The Bürgerpark can also be explored from the water with a hired rowing boat during summer. Visitors interested in garden architecture can book a corresponding tour with the Bremer Touristik-Zentrale. A comparatively new complex at the northeast end of the Bürgerpark is also impressive. This is where you will find the ‘Wal‘ (whale) that houses the Universum Bremen.


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It invites visitors both young and old to an extraordinary discovery tour of the world of science. Three new topic areas (technology, humanity and nature) and more than 300 exhibits bring to life and allow understanding of natural science phenomena. Furthermore, regularly changing special exhibitions are also held. An event that has been held in the Weser metropolis for almost 1000 years now will also certainly remain a positive memorable experience: tourists visiting the Hanseatic city in autumn can experience the fifth season ‘live‘ when the ‘Ischa Freimaak‘ comes round again. With well over four million visitors, the Bremer Freimarkt

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The northern part of Bremen TOUR 8

The northern part of Bremen is at the same time the maritime centre of the city. It can be reached conveniently within 20 minutes on the train from the city centre. Vegesack station is located directly at the Museumshafen (historical harbour). This is Germany‘s oldest artificial harbour and was opened in 1623. Vegesack House of History has also recently opened there. In the building at the old warehouse, actors bring the 19th century history of the city district alive to the visitors. In addition, artists’ exhibitions are also regularly held in the integrated studio on the first floor of the building. After passing the harbour, the route continues straight ahead directly into the pedestrian precinct, which awaits with everything a stroller‘s heart could desire. A glance into the shop

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window of Inspiration (p. 52) arouses curiosity. The owner offers space for body, mind and soul and her range of products includes different decoration and esoteric articles and jewellery as well as card decks. Those who love hot drinks will find in the Lloyd Café (p. 53) various types of coffee beans, accessories and freshly brewed coffee. There is lots to discover in the Reeder-Bischoff-Straße, the beginning of the pedestThe training ship ‘Deutschland‘ at the mouth of the Lesum

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rian precinct: first to be found there is the hair studio Hespos (p. 52), which is specialised in hair replacement and wigs. Then the tour continues, past the advertising agency vegenet (p. 52), where the superheroes of the

Stops Central Station Vegesack Sagerstraße

The bronze casting of a whale jaw reminds of Vegesack’s whaling tradition

creative studio rush to their customers’ aid with graphics, web design, texts, photos and more in every situation of life. Just a few steps further on is Jeans Road (p. 52). The employees present a selection of popular jeans labels in their shop. Opposite, in the Café Coppa (p. 53), there is not only coffee and cake enjoy, but also a selection of hot dishes. There you can sit either at the window facing Reeder-Bischoff-Straße or in the cosy conservatory at the back of the restaurant. If one follows the road “uphill”, one arrives at Perko (p. 52). The shop offers a range of practical occupational and weatherproof clothing. A few steps further on, a wide choice of highquality jewellery items, watches and accessories is available in Mery´s Schmuckhaus (p. 53). A little refreshment can be obtained for example in the Bistro Cordoba (p. 53) around the corner on the Sagerstraße. It is also possible


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to brunch there on Sundays. The path leads further into Breite Straße. Modehaus Leffers (p. 52) is also based in this street, offering high quality clothes for the whole family on 4 floors. You continue from there to the Gerhard-Rohlfs-Straße. There are still historical buildings in this part of the pedestrian precinct; furthermore, Vegesack‘s history as a whaling station is commemorated by bronze sculptures such as the Whale by the sculptor Uwe Häßler. Delicate and unusual jewellery or watches can be found at Juwelier Eckelt (p. 52). A little further on, sports enthusiasts

The whale fin by Vegesack ferry

will find everything connected with exercise and fitness at Weser Sport (p. 53). DEM Café is ideal for anyone who is looking for a breather. Mediterranean dishes and various drinks are being served here. Responsible for Vegesack’s development as a centre for shopping, leisure time and culture is the association Vegesack Marketing e. V. (p. 52). The association’s team organises events for both young and old at frequent intervals. A weekly market is held regularly on Sedanplatz. Ranging from flowers, including fresh fruit to the coffee kart, there is something for everyone. Moreover, this is also the location of the Gustav-Heinemann-Bürgerhaus community centre. Many exhibitions and concerts are taking place in the Bürgerhaus. The Vegesack Weser promenade is only a few quick steps away through one of the many small side streets. From there, you can look out over the Stadtgarten:

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an observation platform offers a magnificent view of the Weser and the traditional shipyards on the opposite side, where large yachts also berth on many occasions. The walk continues through the park alongside the water past many comfortable park benches, a trimyourself-fit course and children’s playgrounds back towards the railway station. Furthermore, the Lürssen villa can also be viewed from the promenade. The route also takes you past another bronze sculpture, the Whale fin, likewise with work of Uwe Häßler. From there, the training ship „Deutschland“, the historic flagship of the district, also catches the eye. In the picThe training ship “Deutschland” at the mouth of the Lesum The whale sculpture by Uwe Häßler

turesque Museumshafen (historical harbour), a bridge over the harbour basin leads to the Haven Höövt area. If however you feel like absorbing a little more of Vegesack‘s maritime atmosphere, the route through the Alte Hafenstraße is recommended: a real must for historical building enthusiasts. This is where the Veranstaltungshaus Kito stands, housed in the Altes Packhaus. The Café Erlesenes (p. 53) in the same building is recommended for a cup of coffee in an extraordinary atmosphere created by a skilful composition of antique furniture. The Havengalerie (p. 51) with changing exhibitions also caters for the cultural aspect. It is finally just a short walk back to the railway station while another glimpse can be taken of the Museumshaven.


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In Delmenhorst TOUR 9

Delmenhorst presents itself as a city full of exciting contrasts, and can be reached from Bremen in 20 minutes by car or 10 minutes by train. If you are fond of architecture, a visit to the Rathaus is a must. The building, erected between

The town hall architecture is a play on basic geometric shapes

1909 and 1914 from designs by architect Heinz Stoffregen, features a water tower and market hall, nowadays used as a conference centre. The Kunsthaus’ ground floor also houses the Delmenhorst tourist information centre and business development agency (p. 56). For tourists, there’s lots of information available here about the city in the Delme, from package tours to restaurant tips. From the water tower, you have a great view over the city and into the Graftanlagen with the Burginsel. Although no stone from the seat of the Counts of Delmenhorst remains, a bronze model on site gives a good idea

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of how it looked. Delmenhorst history is indelibly linked with industry. In the middle of the site of the former Norddeutschen Wollkämmerei und Kammgarnspinnerei (North German Wool Combing and Worsted Spinning Mill, NW & K), there’s a place that is genuinely unique in Europe, only recently developed and listed, The NW & K’s turbine hall. Photo: Nordwestdeutsches Museum of Industry

Nordwestdeutsche Museum für IndustrieKultur (Northwest German Museum of Industry, p. 57), which is dedicated to industrial and local history. The museum exhibition shows the development of the NW&K factory, founded in 1884, and offers an example of the social and economic history of the 19th and 20th centuries. Using numerous original historical items and still partly-functioning machinery, visitors can see how and under what conditions raw wool was processed into yarn. In the neighbouring town museum, the exhibition takes you on a journey through time, over several centuries. Starting with the foundation of the castle in the Middle Ages right through to its development in the 20th century, the history of Delmenhorst is very clearly conveyed clearly by means of a range of different objects. In addition to the exhibitions, a tour of the preserved building complexes on the site of the former factory plant gives you the opportunity to experience

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