In this tour you will get to know the following places:* The Fairy Tale of Bremen Town Musicians* The oldest public city square* The Town Hall which is listed as the World Heritage Site* The features of Statue of Roland* The 100 meter street (Böttcherstraße) where the coopers make their barrels.* The Schnoor neighbourhood where once, sailors, fishermen and artisans lived.* Why the Weser River is an important transportation Route for Bremen?The Tour timings are flexible and can be amended depending on availability.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Bremer MarktplatzMarket Square - See the oldest public square of the city.Pass By: Kiosk am MarktStone Statue of Roland - Get to know about the rights and privileges of the European towns of the second millennium.Pass By: Bremen Town Hall, BremenVisit the Town Hall, which is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage site.Pass By: Schnoor Viertel, BremenSchnoor Quarter - Visit the Schnoor neighbourhood in the medieval center of the city.Pass By: Bottcherstrasse, BremenVisit the 100 m long street in the historic town center, which is famous for its architecture and landmarks.Pass By: Weser BremenWeser River Street - Visit the major river of Western Germany, which is an important transportation route from Bremen.Pass By: Town Musicians of Bremen (Bremer Stadtmusikanten), BremenSculpture of the Bremen Town Musicians - Learn about the fairy tale recorded by the Brothers Grimm, which tells the story of four aging domestic animals, who offered a lifetime of hard work to their masters but were neglected and mistreated by their masters. Later on, they decide to escape and then become the town musicians of Bremen.