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There is so much to do and see in the old quarter of Bremen (fortunately much of which escaped bomb damage from the Second World War) but my abiding memory is the four animals (Donkey, Dog, Cat & Cockerel) that form the ‘Town Musicians of...More
We really enjoyed our trip here, it has a lot of old-world charm and unlike some other towns prices are not a rip off. Just be careful with how you travel there. We went by car, but, because we did not have the Low Emission...More
This square offers the magnificent views of historic buildings, cobble stones, trams, statues and a huge church. The "emergency exit" for the Ratskeller is around the corner as is the "spitting stone" opposite the old hall of justice.
We wandered around the old part of the city during the afternoon. The town square, besides having a statue of the Bremer Town Musicians animals, has a wonderful array of very old (16th and 17th century) beautifully preserved buildings, especially the town hall (Rathaus). A...More
Town square with loads of Instagram worthy architecture and streets. It wasnt very crowded and there were no touts which was a big plus. We went inside the cathedral on the square. Really interesting to see the changes from Catholicism to Lutheran in the architecture....More