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This Hanseatic city in northern Germany is famous for the Bremen Town Musicians from the Brothers Grimm fairytale. But the city has a lot more to offer, for example the totally instagrammable Schnoor, Bremen’s oldest quarter.


A great tip, especially for rainy days, is Bremen’s Bonbon Manufaktur, a combined shop and workshop where you can have you very own sweets made to suit your taste. 


It takes less than an hour by train to get from Bremen to Bremerhaven – the name literally means ‘harbour of Bremen’ – and there’s plenty to see and do in this wonderful seaport.

Das Klimahaus in Bremerhaven.

There’s the Klimahaus, for example. But what is it? Klimahaus Bremerhaven 8° Ost, to give it is full name, is a unique world of discovery exploring climate systems, climate change and weather. It allows you to travel around the world along the eighth meridian and experience Earth’s climate zones in a fun and memorable way.

Marine life in the Klimahaus.


Germany has long been a popular destination for migrants, but it was once famous as the gateway to the New World. If you want to know more about migration to and from Germany over the past 300 years or so, then a visit to this museum is a must. Immerse yourself in the life story of an emigrant and an immigrant, and embark on a journey back in time at authentically recreated historical scenes.


Take in the fresh sea breeze on a harbour boat tour and look back on a great day in marvellous Bremen and Bremerhaven. We look forward to welcoming you :)

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