Located inside Dom St Petri but accessed via a separate entrance south of the main door, the Lead Cellar was formerly the cathedral’s...
For art-lovers, the highlight of Bremen’s Kulturmeile (Cultural Mile) is the Kunsthalle, which presents a large permanent collection of...
Dom St Petri
Bremen’s Dom St Petri is situated on the northeastern side of Markt. Construction began in 1041 in the style of an early Gothic basilica...
This taste of a Viennese coffee house in Bremen will please even the most discerning tipplers of the regally roasted bean. Furnishings...
This popular Moulin Rouge–style restaurant opens out into a rear sunken terrace bedecked with flowers. The menu runs the gamut from...
Lonely Planet review
A modern bistro with artful decoration, Schröter’s is known for its antipasti and abundant Mediterranean mains, from risotto to fish. It is a veritable warren of rooms, including a Toulouse-Lautrec room upstairs, decorated with plenty of copies of the painter’s pictures.