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A history as a trading city
Due to its location on the Weser river, Bremen has always played a major role in maritime trade. As a result, Bremen has become the city that it is today. You will find numerous museums that inform you about the Medieval period and numerous Renaissance monuments.
Bremen International Airport is the airport of the city of Bremen and is located about 3 kilometers south of the center.
Ryanair is one of the largest airlines in Bremen. Irish society even has a hup and provides the majority of flights to numerous destinations in Europe. Ryanair is known as one of the best low budget airlines in Europe.
Bremen airport is mainly used for flights to numerous European destinations. The German airline mainly flies to numerous sunny holiday resorts during the summer months.
From Amsterdam there are direct flights to Bremen that will take you to your destination in 55 minutes. However, depending on where you live in the Netherlands, Bremen airport may be closer than Schiphol. From London you can reach the German city in 1 hour and 25 minutes.
The market, located in the old town of Bremen, is the beating heart of Altstadt. Here you will also find most of the sights such as the town hall and the statue of Roland. At the end of the year, the market square is also the location for the famous Christmas market in Bremen.
This impressive Gothic building is perhaps the biggest draw in the city. It is not for nothing that it is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
This neighborhood is where you will find numerous medieval elements. It is the oldest part of Bremen and now mainly a place where many creative minds settle. You will find numerous small shops and well-preserved houses from the 15th to 18th centuries.
This street in Bremen is one of the many top attractions because of the many museums that you will find there. The street may only be 100 meters long, but it is very nice to stroll through it.
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