Bremen is a proud city, and rightfully so: the architecture in the Altstadt (Old Town) is beautiful and impressive. Walking through the cobbled streets of the Schnoor will immerse you in the past, and for something to eat, visit the Schlachte and choose from one of the restaurants overlooking the harbour. Visit our travel guide for more tips about your trip to Bremen!
Bremen is the tenth largest city in Germany and has a great public transport network. If you want to make the most of your time, taking the tram or the bus is the quickest way around. However, if you want to experience the city like a local, the best way to do it is on two wheels. Hire a bike and cycle around to experience all this wonderful city has to offer!
It's mostly temperate and humid. Between June and September, the average temperature is 18°C (64°F). Winter extends from mid-November to mid-March, and it will rarely be warmer than 4°C (39°F). Although it is cold, the maritime climate in Bremen means it rarely gets snow.