Transport in Bremen
Transportation is easy in Germany, especially in this city! You can get pretty much everywhere with the well connected tram and bus links, or you can rent a bicycle and go wherever you want on two wheels. Don’t worry, the city is almost entirely flat!
About Bremen Airport
All Pegasus' Bremen flights fly into and out of Bremen Airport (BRE), the city's only airport. Small but functional, the airport has everything you'll need, and there are plenty of hotel options close to the hotel too.
To get between the airport and the city centre, there are bus, tram and taxi services available. The airport is close to the city centre, and getting between the two only takes around 15 minutes.
Bremen Airport Telephone Number
+49 421 55950
What to Eat in Bremen?
- Pinkel: Germany is famous for its sausages and each region has its own recipes. The people of Bremen like a sausage called pinkel which they serve with cabbage.
- Rollo: These wraps are simillar to those found in Turkey and the Middle East, and come with a variety of fillings.
- Bratheringe: If you’re a fan of herring, be sure to try bratheringe. It’s fried, marinated herring and a Bremen speciality.
Where to Eat in Bremen?
- City centre: There are a host of restaurants in the centre, where you’ll also find the cathedral and the town hall. You’ll find meals to suit every budget.
- Konsul-Smidt-Strasse: This street is right next to the marina and it offers fantastic views as well as excellent restaurants.
- Central Station: There are plenty of places around the city's central station to eat, including global brands such as McDonald’s and German restaurants of various sizes.
Important Telephone Numbers
Country Code: +49
Places to see
Places to Visit in Bremen
- St Peter's (Petri Dom) Bremen Cathedral: Built in the Middle Ages, St. Petri Dom Cathedral is visible from all parts of the city. If you like Gothic architecture, this is one not to be missed!
- Roland Statue: The statue of Roland, located just opposite the cathedral, is dedicated to Sir Roland, who lived in the Middle Ages and was named the protector of the city. You'll find similar examples of this statue in other cities too.
- Town Hall: The Town Hall is one of the most popular places to visit in Bremen. After being built in 1410, the town hall took on its present appearance with the additions made in the 17th century. There are free concerts on Thursday evenings, so it's a must-visit for music lovers.
- Mühle am Wall: Mühle am Wall, located in Wallanlagen Park, is a windmill with a restaurant inside. The name literally means “windmill on the wall”. City walls used to stand here, hence the name, but these have since disappeared. If you want to sit and enjoy nature with views of the surrounding water and greenery add Mühle am Wall to your list of places to visit in Bremen.
- Schnoor: Schnoor is one of the oldest parts of the city and a real treat for history lovers. There’s so much to discover in its narrow side streets!