|Local draught beer||$4.07|
|1 Pair of men leather shoes||$135.59|
|Milk (1 liter)||$0.99|
|Local cheese (1kg)||$9.49|
|Apartment (3 bedrooms) in city centre||$1 627.12|
Bremen is situated in the north of Germany, about 80 miles southwest of Hamburg. When you reserve cheap flights to Bremen, you will definitely enjoy a one of a kind vacation. Bremen is usually related to animals riding piggyback- from the Brothers Grimm story ”The Bremen Town Musicians”, plus their statue in the major square in Bremen and is one of the most photographed attractions. Bremen, being a small city in Germany, is stretched on both parts of the river Weser, which provide many more attractions. The city was a member of the Hanseatic League, back in medieval time. It is at the same time home to an amazing street completely construct by the Art Nouveau methods, the Bremen Town Hall, and the one of the best examples of architecture in Europe of Brick Gothic.
In the center of Bremen, you will first notice the remarkable Marktplatz or better known as a ”market”, located in the central square of the city. You will automatically observe the luxurious Bremen Town Hall, dated way back to the 15th century, making it part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is one of many important examples of Brick Gothic architecture. Wine experts can visit the restaurant of the Town Hall. It has been serving German Wines for a little over 600 years at their Ratkseller. They are also offering some of the oldest wines, dating back to 1653, still in their original barrel located in the cellar of the restaurant.
You should make sure you visit The Bremen Town Musician immediately when reserving flights to Bremen. Bremen’s are known for having famous mascots as cats, rooster, riding piggyback and dog. These characters are from the “Bremen Town Musicians” and have been sculptured by the German artist Gerhard Marck’s, who immortalized the characters by creating statue of the fairy-tale animals. It is located right next to the Town Hall, which make it one of the most photographed places in the city.
Knight Roland was another very famous citizen of Bremen, the city’s old guardian. Charlemagne’s knight was immortalized in a 10 meter statue, holding in one hand a shower and the other a shield, highlighted with the Imperial eagle. In 2004 the statue was added to the Unesco World Heritage List. You can easily spot it on Bremen’s main square.
Boettacherstrasse is Bremen’s most famous street, built totally in Art Nouveau style. Boettcherstrasse is home to many crafts shops museums and arts and of the Hilton Hotel.
Schnoor quarter is a small, filled with well-preserved houses and a wonderful place to hang around. In the past it was the place of many small fishermen houses, but today the entire area was changed into specialty shops, art galleries and cafes. Try and visit Hocheitshaus, which it is the smallest hotel in the world.
Beck’s Brewery and Hachez Chocolatier
If are a fan of the famous Beck’s beer then you should travel to Bremen. The well-known Beck’s beer is brewed in Bremen just along the riverbanks. Known worldwide, Beck’s has been crafted in Bremen since 1879. If you are a fan and want to take a tour, see behind the scene of the local brewery and access the brewing rooms, fermentation tans and malt silos, then go and visit the Becks’s Beer Museum. If you are a person that prefers a sweeter souvenir, then you should check out and visit Hachez. Located near the main square, the store offers a wide variety of cocoa truffles, pralines and the famous “kluten”, which are peppermint sticks with chocolate.
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