Legends and fairy tales from the Hanseatic city of Bremen

    Art, culture and architecture can be found on every street corner in Bremen and in its most magnificent form directly on the market square. Bremen's town hall with its arcades and balustrades is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The green roofs of the cathedral's bell towers, which look like pointed hoods, are also of a very special architectural style. The centerpiece of the market square, however, is the knight Roland from the medieval Song of Roland, who majestically overlooks the square leaning on his sword. The four Bremen Town Musicians in an alley next to the town hall seem almost small in comparison. The Bremen Shakespeare Company is a must for Anglophile city travelers. Physics enthusiasts and children love the Universum, where knowledge is conveyed in a playful and hands-on way on a spacious site. In Bürgerpark, Bremen's green lung, you can get active yourself by playing softball or throwing a frisbee. With the IntercityHotel Bremen you will find elegant, central accommodation.

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