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Discover Bremen - whether city trip or business trip
A weekend full of sightseeing, a concert in the "Glocke" or a family excursion: there are many occasions to visit the city on the Weser River. Even if you have a full program on your business trip, a city tour is worthwhile. The market square, the Bremen Town Musicians and Böttcherstrasse - often called the "good parlor" of Bremen - are worth seeing!

Around the market square are the medieval cathedral as well as the town hall and the guild house "Schütting" from the Weser Renaissance. The ensemble is completed by the Roland, the Liebfrauenkirche and the facades of the market houses. The Böttcherstraße - a unique architectural monument of expressionism - starts from the market place. From here it is only 300 meters to the Schnoor quarter with its tiny houses and narrow streets. A guided tour through the "Bremer Geschichtenhaus" (Bremen Story House), which gives a lively impression of medieval life, is popular, not only with children. The Hanseatic city also scores with museums such as the technical "Universum", the Cathedral Museum or the Paula Modersohn Becker Museum.

A walk along the Weser River is a must as well. Start at the Martinianleger below the Ansgarikirche and look at the historic ships moored here. The Schlachte is a popular meeting place, the Kajenmarket is held here regularly and numerous restaurants and pubs invite you to have a seat.
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sightseeing in Bremen

Bremen is a city with a rich history and many interesting sights. From medieval buildings to modern museums, there is much to discover here. One of the most famous sights is the Bremen Town Hall. This magnificent building was built in the 15th century and still serves as the seat of the Senate and the Mayor. Visitors can admire the magnificent facade and take a guided tour of the interior of the town hall. Just a few steps away from the Town Hall is Bremen's Roland, a 15th-century monument known for its symbolic meaning of Bremen's freedom and independence. Roland is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and an important part of Bremen's city skyline. Another landmark of Bremen is the Schnoorviertel district, a charming and well-preserved medieval quarter with narrow streets and pretty half-timbered houses. Here you will also find many small stores and restaurants that invite you to linger. For art lovers, the Bremen Art Museum is a must-see. Here you can see an impressive collection of paintings and sculptures from the 19th and 20th centuries, including works by Pablo Picasso and Edvard Munch. Also worth seeing is Bremen Cathedral, a Gothic church dating back to the 11th century. Here you will find impressive works of art such as the Bronze Age Bremen Roland or the ornate leaded glass windows. Finally, Bremen's Bürgerpark is a beautiful place to relax and unwind. With its extensive green spaces, lakes and forests, it offers a pleasant change from the hustle and bustle of the city.

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