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This area of Bremen is easily reached from the Rathaus. Only a five minute walk. You can walk round the whole area in about 90 minutes but there's a lot to see and appreciate. Yes, quite narrow streets and does get busy but well worth...More
This is the oldest part of Bremen, full of narrow streets and small shops. The architecture is charming; most of it old, but some new designs as well. Many of the shops sell touristy things, but you can find much better quality without much trouble....More
We wandered about this beautiful area this morning and it was really quiet. Little alleyways and cobblestone streets wind their way around stunning old buildings and quirky shops. Lovely looking cafe's and restaurants too. The church is also beautiful and worth going inside. Beautiful area...More
The end of October sees Bremen's Frei Markt, a 900+ years old fair.....once a major trading event, now a huge funfair. The town was very busy with German tour parties who would then go on to the fair (it was also a Saturday). The area...More
The little hidden alleys of the Schnoor are always worth strolling through. They offer a lot of small shops to buy touristy things.. Bought my lovely gold ring there.
If you want to buy stuff or not - definitely go there and have a look.
Here you find nice restaurants and a lot of special shops, even a theatre that was founded by my father, but has changed name since.
In summer you can sit outside the restaurants and enjoy a small meal, a glass of wine or beer. I...More
While visiting Bremen, my wife and I walked over to the nearby Schnoor area. It's small winding streets are full of small, old buildings housing shops, bars, restaurants, small hotels, and I believe some residences. We looked; I photographed; my wife shopped; and we came...More