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Set between the State Parliament and the Town Hall, the Breman Cathedral depicts the ensemble of historic structures on the market square. It belongs to the Bremian Evangelical Church. Breman Cathedral features two towers out of which one is open to the public. These towers dominate the city skyline. It also consists of crypts, burials, and tombs. There are two crypts' Eastern and Western, which reveal the early Romanesque state of the Bremen Cathedral. Decorated by Christ Pantocrator, the western crypt is the oldest room of the cathedral. The eastern crypt displays artistic epitaphs, two sculptures from the western facade, relic of the crucifixion, and coronation of St. Mary along with ninety graves of archbishops and bishops. Bremen's Merchant put up the statue of Roland on its opposite, which symbolises their freedom and autonomy from the bishop of Verden. Its visiting timings are 10: 00 am to 5: 00 pm from Monday to Friday and 2: 00 pm to 4: 00 pm on weekends.The cathedral towers open only between April and October from 10: 00 am to 4: 30 pm.
Bremen City Hall
The best example of Brick Gothic architecture in Europe is- The Bremen City Hall. Titled as the jewel in the crown of the historic market square, the city hall is the most magnificent ceremonial venue in Bremen. The old town hall features an upper hall, golden chamber, lower hall and Bremer Ratskeller. The upper hall is the most notable site which hosts meetings and events. The Golden Chamber is a small room with beautiful chandelier, glided leather wallpaper, and gold door handles. The New Town Hall consists of a banquet hall, fireplace room, Gobelin room, and a Senate Hall. It opens from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm on all the days. But on Sunday, its visiting hours are 11:00 am to 12:00 noon.
Situated in the heart of the Hanseatic City of Bremen, Marktplatz is the oldest public square in the city. Covering the vast area of more than three thousand meter square, it is no longer in use as a marketplace; except for the annual Freimarkt Fair and the Christmas market. Marktplatz comprises many historical and notable structures in its complex including the Bremen City Town Hall, Bremen Cathedral, the Roland Statue. The entire market area holds the title of World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Ludwig Roselius Museum
Located in the Old Town of Bremen, the Ludwig Roselius Museum exhibits the private collection of the renowned coffee merchant; Ludwig Roselius. It features an extensive range of works from the Middle Age to the Baroque era. It features the medieval altarpieces and works by Lucas Cranach and Ludger Tom Ring along with the group of mourners by Tilman Riemenschneider. You can visit the museum between 11:00 am and 6:00 pm from Tuesday to Sunday. It remains closed on every Monday.
Universum Science Centre
Spend a day full of adventure with three new attractions; Technology, Nature and Science. Universum Science Centre is a science museum with plenty of science shows, workshops, and interactive activities. It allows you to experience more than three hundred exhibits of scientific phenomena. The Science Centre opens its door from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm for all the weekdays. On weekends, it opens at 10:00 am
Located in the centre of the city, the Rhododendron Park is famous for its extensive collection of azaleas and rhododendrons. The park also consists of a botanical garden which features an Alpine Garden, Heath Garden with Ericaceae and Calluna varieties, plants from America, Australia, Asia, Balkans, and New Zealand. It also exhibits about four hundred types of medicinal plants and two thousand endangered species of flora. The park opens from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm. It has free access, but Botanika is chargeable.
Bremen is a federal state which belongs to the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen. This second most populous city serves as a commercial and industrial hub with an important port on the Weser River. Located in the north-western part of Germany, Bremen is the primary centre of economy and culture with dozens of museums and historical galleries. Heading towards the north-western edges, the city offers an outward look of the industrial and cultural capital of its city-state enclave and a charming town which rewards urban exploration. The major port of Bremen, 'Bremenhaven' on the edges of River Weser, provides delicious harbour-side seafood and historical museums. The other Lower Saxony towns of attraction include Worpswedee, a century-old artists colony on the moors; little Emden which is near the Dutch border and gateway to the northern coast; Jever and Oldenburg-the most historic cities with marvel and beautiful castles along with old town centres. You should visit any of the seven East Frisian Islands; if you like birdlife, blustery bike rides, and tidal flats by the sea.
How to Get Tickets?
Book the tickets through this website.
How To Get Around?
You can explore this beautiful city of Germany through shared cars, trams, taxis, buses and cabs. Hiring or renting any vehicle is suitable for a leisure outing. Public transits are also available on the major tourist spots. Moreover, nearby attractions are excellent to explore on foot
What Should I Wear?
Bright shades and floral print dresses are perfect for spring and autumn season. Wear comfortable footwear for an outdoor excursion. Moreover, take a sling bag for carrying sunglasses, wiping tissues and other essential items.
Best Time to Visit
Bremen is best to visit from May to July and from September to November. During these months, the city offers pleasant weather.
Will I Need a Guide?
No. this website is the best guide for this tour.
How To Get There?
Breman International Airport is the main gateway for the city. Board a flight for the same. You can also reach there by train, bus, and car. Breman Central Bus Station is just next to the train station.
Don't miss any attraction of this beautiful city.