A serene region that is the least populated and smallest of the 16 German states - Bremen is a small province with access to the famous Weser River and is a port town on the North Sea. This fantastic region is bordered by the Lower Saxony state and provides tourists with superb landscapes and romantic sceneries. German hospitality is at its best in Bremen with countless food and music festivals being held here every year.
Bremen State is composed out of two cities: The modern town of Bremen and the more rural Bremerhaven. These two municipalities have a rich military background and are famous for surviving the 1940 bombing by the US and Royal Air Force of Britain. A large number of Concentration Camps can be visited in this region and offer an insight into World War Two Germany.
The Focke Regional Museum in Bremen is one of the most famous establishments of its kind in all of the country and will surely impress you with its immense size and fantastic architecture. The museum is hosted by five buildings each of which houses different cultural domains. The main building displays exhibits of classic collections of silverware, vintage cars and historic ships from the year of 1586. The car collection is most impressive because it presents the evolution of the world renowned brand Volkswagen.
If you enjoy maritime history, we recommend visiting The Maritime Museum of Germany situated in Bremerhaven. Immense historic ships can be boarded and will provide and insight into the life of German sailors. Seute Deern is the most famous and most well preserved ship which houses a cosy restaurant that serves traditional dishes like Sauerbraten (Pot Roast), Spanferkel (Grilled Pig), Speckpfannkuchen (Pancakes) and Stollen (Cake).
The Zoo Am Meer is one of the most impressive establishments of its kind in all of Europe and will astonish you with its immense size and marine creatures. It is not only a zoo, but also a preservation park for the German marine wildlife. Enjoy a pleasant day with your family and admire the Polar Bears and Seals swimming in the water.
Taste traditional German cuisine and exquisite dishes in the luxurious restaurants of Bremen. With impeccable services, varied menus and exceptional staff, these quality establishments will amaze your taste buds: Haus am Walde, Essen & Trinken XXL, Amadeus, Amarone, Arberger Hof Restaurant, Cordoba and Mykonos Restaurant.
The many fantastic hotels in the region will astonish you with luxurious apartments and penthouses. Enjoy German hospitality in the most famous facilities in town: Holiday Inn Express Bremen Airport, Atlantic Hotel Airport, Ibis Hotel Bremen Altstadt, Best Western Hotel Schaper Siedenburg and Hotel Hanseat.
Prepare your camera to immortalise unique landscapes, romantic sceneries and one of the most fantastic seaside views that you have ever seen. Explore the beautiful shores of the North Sea in this magnificent region. Make Bremen you holiday destination.