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History meets the future in Bremen (BRE), as the municipality offers many historical sights and beautiful parks and squares. If you think of Bremen (BRE), the Bremen Town Musicians probably come to mind. But tourists will find so much more, like the historical Town Hall and many museums and exhibitions. A city tour will take you past beautiful monuments, cultural and historical buildings and modern facilities. Modernity and history go hand in hand in Bremen (BRE), forming a memorable symbiosis of impressions. If you can't get enough of it, enjoy a fantastic dinner with views over the city.
Bremen (BRE), the city of diversity. Book your Bremen (BRE) flights now and fall in love with the city's charm. Most tourists first visit the Bremen Town Musicians, the city's most famous highlight. Then it's on to the Bremen Roland, which has stood for justice and freedom since 1404. Another city highlight is the Town Hall, which, along with the Bremen Roland, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2004. The triple-naved St. Peter's Cathedral has a history stretching back 1,200 years and is the oldest church in Bremen (BRE).
A must for wine connoisseurs is the Bremen Ratskeller, where visitors will find over 650 varieties of wine in an historical atmosphere. Want to discover more sights? Then book your Bremen (BRE) flights today and take a trip to Castle Blomendal, a medieval moated castle in the Bremen district of Blumenthal. The glockenspiel is no less fascinating, you can hear 30 porcelain bells made from genuine Meissen porcelain. Bremen is a true coffee city, so it's no wonder that many visitors flock to the HAG coffee factory. One last stop could be the Loriot Sofa, which represents the successful collaboration of Vicco von Bülow and Radio Bremen.