Tourist Attractions

Top Tourist Attractions in Bremen

The Free Hanseatic City of Bremen on the lower Weser River, capital of the Land of Bremen, is one of the largest seaports and centers of seaborne trade in Germany. Top Five Tourist Attractions in Bremen are given below.

1. Bremer Marktplatz and the Statue of Roland

Bremen’s picturesque Marktplatz is home to many of the city’s attractions, including the lovely old Town Hall with its five-and-a-half-meter-tall statue of Germany’s most famous knight, Roland.

2. The Town Hall

Bremen’s beautiful old Town Hall is a brick-built Gothic structure constructed in 1410 in the city’s Marktplatz, with its sumptuous Renaissance facade added in 1612.

3. The Cathedral of St. Peter

The Cathedral of St. Peter in Bremen – known locally as St. Petri Dom – dates from the 11th-century, with additions being made in the 13th and 16th centuries.

4. Böttcherstrasse

Bremen’s narrow Böttcherstrasse, transformed between 1926-31 into a street of museums, is one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions.

5. The Schnoor District

The charming medieval district of Schnoor is the oldest part of Bremen. Now the haunt of artists, its full of old 15th to 18th-century homes once populated by merchants and fishermen.