Welcome to Bremen & the East Frisian Coast


Other Lower Saxony towns of interest here include Worpswede, a century-old artists colony on the moors; Oldenburg and Jever, historic cities with scenic castles and old town centres; and friendly little Emden, near the Dutch border and gateway to the northern coast. If you like tidal flats, birdlife and blustery bike rides by the sea, you'll especially enjoy visiting any of the seven East Frisian Islands, which are ideally suited to slowing down the pace and immersing yourself in nature.


Top experiences in Bremen & the East Frisian Coast

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Bremen & the East Frisian Coast activities

$23.91 Cultural & Theme Tours

Marketplace and Dom Tour

Discover the old town of Bremen and see the highlights of the city around the marketplace. Follow the footsteps of the Bremen Town Musicians and admire the Bremen Cathedral. Visit the sculpture of the Town Musicians by Gerhard Marcks and learn all about the fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm. See the imposing Rathaus and the Haus der Bürgerschaft, where the local government works daily. Admire the Bremen Cathedral, a romantic church built of sandstone and brick in the 11th century. In the late 19th century, it was renovated in its original style with 2 towers in the west and a neoromantic crossing tower. The cathedral has been under a historic preservation order since 1973.

$40.65 Transfers & Ground Transport

Low Cost Private Transfer From Bremen Airport to Bremen City - One Way

Relax and enjoy while your private driver leads you the way to your location in Bremen. Don’t worry about any transfer details or specifics as everything will be taken care of. Do not get confused or worried because of language barriers or other problems. Once arrived to the arrival terminal you will find your private driver awaiting you with a sign bearing your name on it. Once you made contact with your driver he will assist and direct you to the vehicle and make sure you arrive to your destination in Bremen city in comfort and safety. Enjoy a piece of mind knowing that everything is organised and enjoy the views while passing by the famous Bremen City Hall or the Bremen Cathedral. To make sure that your transfer progresses smoothly we ask you to provide us with your flight number and the address of destination in Bremen when you confirm the booking. As soon as you booked you will receive a transfer voucher to present to your private driver. We hope to see you soon in Bremen!

$19.13 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Universum Bremen Admission Ticket

Visit: Universum BremenIt´s even worth a visit if you just see the outside of the building. It´s like a giant whale covered in 40.000 stainless steel plates, sparkling in the sun. On the inside the visitors are on an exciting journey throughout the world of science. The Universum covers three subject areas technology, man and nature, an outside area with the themes water and wind, and the kids area with a milky way theme as well as a café and a restaurant. Connected through a passage way, you can continue into the Science Centre and the discovery park – here there are special exhibits on a regular basis. And then there´s also the window to the sky in the tower of air 27 meters above the ground where you have a great view of Bremen and can also discover more exhibits there. Find out about your own mind and body in the Humans section. Use all of your senses to learn about perception, communication and cognition, with a range of exciting hands-on activities. Make your way to the gallery focused on nature and learn about the shapes and colors in the environment.

$19.13 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Klimahaus Bremerhaven Entrance Ticket

From far away it could be a ship or a cloud. Klimahaus Bremerhaven, future core attraction of the old/new port is something special.What does Bremerhaven have in common with the deserts of Niger, the South Pacific state of Samoa and St. Lawrence Island in Alaska? They are all located on the same line of longitude: 8 degrees east. Yet the living conditions experienced by the people in these climate zones vary wildly, with aridity and heat in Niger, tropical cyclones on Samoa and melting glaciers on St. Lawrence Island. The history of the climate from the Earth's formation 3.9 billion years ago up to the year 2050 is shown in the Perspectives area. On a total of around 11,500 m2 of exhibition space, Kilmahaus® offers unique experiences and well-founded information.

$71.73 Transfers & Ground Transport

Bremen Airport - Private Transfer

HighlightsAvoid the torment of waiting for taxis by opting for this affordable airport transfer. A skilled driver will be waiting for you at the airport, with a name sign in the arrivals hall, and will help with your luggage and guide you to your premium airport transfer. It is recommended to give your flight number in advance, so your driver will arrive once you do. If there happens to be a delay in your flight, your driver will be waiting until you arrive safely at no extra fee.All drivers have excellent experience and a wealth of knowledge of Bremen. So if you have any questions, simply ask. Whether you’d prefer music, talking or simply snoozing after a long journey, your driver will get you to the right destination. IncludesAirport Pickup:  Directly from the gate, if flight number is provided in advance, with a name card for up to 3 peopleTaxesWaiting time for flight delays, if flight number is provided in advanceChild car seatsIncludes flight trackingluggage (1 suitcase per person travelling allocated)What’s Not IncludedIrregular luggage (e.g. skis, snowboard)Additional stopsWait time longer than 15 minutes (not for airport pick-ups, driver will wait until 60 minutes after landing time)

$26.31 Cultural & Theme Tours

Bremen Schnoor Area Tour

During the walking tour, see some of the oldest remaining profane buildings, such as "Haus Schnoor 15," also known as "Brasilhaus," and "Packhaus Schnoor 2," dating back to the 15th century. Admire the half-timbered house with the tea room or the buildings that now consist only of facades, which once stood elsewhere. Immerse yourself in the impressive architecture of classicism and historicism, Baroque and Renaissance, as you learn all about Schnoor and its inhabitants. Many houses from the 17th and 18th centuries are still preserved in their original state, giving a romantic feeling of life during earlier times. The city’s first stone walls were built in 1032. Around this time trade with Norway, England and the northern Netherlands began to grow, thus increasing the importance of the city. Since the city was the major taxpayer, its consent was generally sought.