The Bürgerweide is a large area next to the main railway station of Bremen, Germany. It was once what its name says: a meadow (‘Weide‘) where citizens (‘Bürger‘) could place two to four cows. It is today especially famous for the fun fair Bremer Freimarkt located here every year. Continue reading “Bürgerweide”
In need for some Japanese streetfood? The Yakumi Sushi located between the city center of Bremen, Germany and the main railway station offers all you need. The all-you-can-eat offer works with a tablet PC where you can order your desired dishes – five items per person every 15 minutes. Continue reading “Yakumi Sushi”
If you travel by train to Bremen, Germany the prizeotel might be the right choice for you. It is a cheap design hotel with reduced interior located next to the main railway station. From there you can easily reach the city center or visit events on the Bürgerweide or at the neighboring fair. Continue reading “prizeotel”
The Wuseum is the Werder Bremen museum located at the Weserstadion in Bremen, Germany. You can reach it through the ticket office on the side of the stadium facing the city – and the guided tours through the stadium end here. It is rather small and you’ll have to be a fan of the soccer club to have fun here. Continue reading “The Wuseum”
I’ve been numerous times to the Weserstadion in Bremen, Germany – as a visitor in the Ostkurve. Used to the washed concrete on the first level used by the masses. This time we came here on a Sunday morning to take a guided tour and together with the greenkeeper we were the only people inside the stadium; a unique atmosphere. Continue reading “Exploring the Weserstadion”
The Universum is an interactive science museum in Bremen, Germany. It was opened in the year 2000 and offers 250 interactive items on 4000 square meters. The three areas of the exhibition are nature, human, and technology. Attached you’ll find an outdoor area with different items and a tower to climb up. Continue reading “The Universum”
The 7Things hotel in Bremen, Germany is nicely designed hotel which follows the rule of less is more. The most important feature is that it is directly next to the Universum, an interactive science museum. The rooms are nice and we got a family room with a separated children’s room. Continue reading “Seven things”
Some cities in Germany have their own events and special times of the year: like Karneval in Cologne, Oktoberfest in Munich or the Canstatter Wasen in Stuttgart. In Bremen it is time for the Freimarkt in the last two weeks of October; always beginning on a Friday. It’s a tradition reaching back to the year 1035 and as the typical limitations and monopolies of markets in the city where revoked within this time frame, the name free market was established.