• Bremer Stadtmusikanten
    Provided by: WFB/Jonas Ginter
  • Bremer Stadtmusikanten
    Provided by: WFB/Jonas Ginter

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Market square

Market square

The most magnificent building on the market square is without doubt the town hall. In front of it stands the proud statue of Roland, which symbolises the freedom of the city. Both have been awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. Turning clockwise on the Hanseatic Cross near the statue, you can see St. Peter's Cathedral, the State Parliament and the Schütting guildhall. Just past the Schütting, a narrow lane leads to Böttcherstrasse. On the western side of the Kontorhaus shopping arcade follows a row of beautiful gabled buildings.
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The City

Culinary Bremen

There's plenty to tempt your taste buds in Bremen, whether you join a culinary tour of the city, visit one of our many restaurants or get hands on and brew your own Bremen beer. Enjoying good food and drink is an important part of life in Bremen! The green bottle with the iconic key logo is a Bremen export that’s famous the world over, so a guided tour of the long-established Beck’s brewery is a definite must. But the old merchant city has plenty more to offer. It’s also the home of fine Hachez chocolate, while the town hall’s Ratskeller houses a huge selection of exquisite wines. And when the wind blows in the right direction, the streets are filled with the delicious aroma of roasting coffee.
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The Viertel (‘quarter’)

The Viertel (‘quarter’)

The trendy districts of Ostertor and Steintor – which the locals simply call the 'Viertel' – are only a few minutes' walk from the city centre. In the quirky pubs, trendy bars and cosy cafés here, you can relax or get into the party spirit for the night ahead. Tips on pubs and bars can be found here. Two of the best places to go dancing are Lila Eule and Club Moments: Lila Eule Opened in January 1965, this basement disco has a long tradition. It was a meeting place for the Bremen APO (extra-parliamentary opposition) and a starting point for the German student movement of 1968. Today it is a club and concert venue, open at weekends and occasionally during the week. It offers a wide spectrum of music that includes everything from electro swing and hip-hop to indie. Thursday is student night. www.lilaeule.com Club Moments As colourful as the Viertel itself, Club Moments is a bar and disco and can be hired for events. It hosts salsa and Latin American dance parties weekly, GayCandy every month and regular concerts. www.club-moments.de
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