Bremen, with its 1200 years of Hanseatic heritage, is a charming destination set in an even more enchanting landscape. On a walk through the alleys and the historic churches, you can inhale the city’s history and discover its amazing architecture.
Bremen has a very contemporary charm. The city's exceptional old Town Hall - awarded UNESCO World Heritage status in 2004 - is one of Germany's finest civic buildings. The elegant Gothic structure and the impressive Renaissance facade have survived since the late Middle Ages. For art and history enthusiasts, there is more to discover and marvel at. The Kunsthalle in Bremen's Old Town, with its collection of French and Dutch paintings, is the place to go for art lovers.
The city's museums are devoted to different topics, e.g. culture, nature, science etc., and are also architecturally impressive. As a picturesque Hanseatic city, Bremen is also wonderful for nature lovers, who can enjoy in particular the proximity to Heligoland, an unusual and unspoilt location. In addition, Bremen is known for its culinary delights - Bremer Klaben, Bremer Kluten, Knipp and much more.