The ancient Hanseatic city of Bremen offers its visitors a variety of attractions. The market square is an attraction in itself, surrounded by impressive buildings like the City Hall that was built during the Weser Renaissance, the statue of Roland, the "Schütting" guild house or the "Stadtwaage" weighing house with its beautiful façade from the 16th century . Both the town hall and the statue of Roland are part of the UNESCO World Heritage.
Not far from the market square and our hotel in Bremen, the Schlachte embankment invites for a stroll. At the Schnoor Quarter, visitors can gain insights in ancient times' living conditions. The narrow rows of houses from the 15th and 16th century are reminiscent of traditional craftsmanship. Also the living museum "Bremer Geschichtenhaus" (Bremen Story House) is located there.
One of Germany's most beautiful town halls can be found in the city of Bremen. Its pompous façade attracts tons of tourists each year. Along with the statue of Roland, the town hall became part of the UNESCO World Heritage in 2004. Go on a guided tour through the impressive building's insides, it is worth it!
St. Peter's Cathedral is located on the market square, right next to the Town Hall. The building is a true gem both from the inside and the outside. The cathedral's interior impresses with early Gothic architecture. The "Bleikeller" (lead basement) is particularly impressive. Go on an andventure and discover the history of the mummy.
The drain in front of the State Parliament on the market square is called "The Hole of Bremen". If you toss a coin and get lucky, you will be able to hear the sounds of the Bremen Town Musicians: a crowing cock, a cat's meow, a barking dog and the loud hee-haw of the donkey. At the same time, your coin is a donation to the Wilhelm-Kaisen charity that supports a range of projects for Bremen's citizens.kik
Eight kilometres away from the TRYP by Wyndham Bremen Airport, you will stumble over a unique whale-shaped building. The Universum Science Museum is home to interactive exhibitions about nature, humans and technology. However, this is not an ordinary museum. The interactive concept invites visitors to touch, try and explore the exhibits with their own hands.
Anyone who is interested in the history of transport will find what they are looking for at the "Das Depot" exhibition. Bits and pieces of the city's tram and bus history from its very beginning until the 70s are on display. If you cannot get enough of nostalgia, take a trip with the historic tram line 15 from Bremen Central Station to the city centre between April and September.
Tryp by Wyndham Hotel Bremen Airport
Neuenlander Str. 55