Atlantic Hotel Airport

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Flughafenallee 26, Bremen, Bremen, 28199, Germany
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 23% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Solo90
  • Business82

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Bus connections bremen airport-bremerhaffen

by czess

Hi, im plannig the travel to Germany in the beginning of Oct. I would like to know how can I get to Bremerhaffen from Brema airport. I`m interested in bus connections. Thx for help. Please answer asap.

Re: Bus connections bremen airport-bremerhaffen

by leics

I know you say you are interested in the bus, but I cannot find any connections from Bremen airport:

http://www.airport-bremen.de/en/service/

You can take a tram to Bremen Hauptbahnhof (main station) and there are frequent trains to Bremerhaven from there. Times and details here;

http://www.bahn.com/i/view/overseas/en/index.shtml

Re: Bus connections bremen airport-bremerhaffen

by czess

thank U very much. ;-)

Re: Bus connections bremen airport-bremerhaffen

by abalada

That's a trip inside the VBN local public transport network. VBN tickets cover all types of local public transport (regional trains, trams, buses). Thus it makes no sense to run the rather slow buses parallel to trams or trains. From Bremen Airport to Bremerhaven you use a tram + train combination.

VBN map
http://www.vbn.de/bilder/VBN-Karte_2010.jpg
VBN timetable
http://www.fahrplaner.de/hafas/query.exe/en?L=vbn&
From: Bremen Airport
To: Bremerhaven Hbf

Single ticket is EUR 10,70. You can travel on this ticket to any train station or bus stop in Bremerhaven.

Re: Bus connections bremen airport-bremerhaffen

by abalada

Actually there should be a counter to buy tickets and/or ticket machines at the airport. In any case there are ticket machines inside the trams. And they even a "virtual ticket machine" online where you can play around.
http://www.bsag.de/service/Touchbill/tobi.html
Click after the video on the Union Jack for English.
Than click on the green button "Other price categories". Than on the yellow button "? Select destination". Than on the grey button "other". Than select/type in "Bremerhaven" and press the green "Confirm" button. Than give the travellers, e.g. increasing the number of adults from 0 to 1. And again "Confirm". In reality you would have to pay know. On this virtual ticket machine you can pick and drop the displays coins and notes on the coin or notes slot and "pay" this way. You can only pay cash as you won't have the only card type accepted, a "GeldKarte".

Re: Bus connections bremen airport-bremerhaffen

by czess

thank you! I feel grateful for your help. Now everything seems to be so easy. ;)

Travel Tips for Bremen

Receiving Mail

by aliante1981

Everybody (well, almost!) likes receiving letters - I certainly do, though there are other, more modern and efficient means of communication - e-mail, phone, and such like. However, if you simply like getting letters or if you need, say, the originals or paper copies of some documents sent to you while you are on the move, you can use the poste restante service. Your best bet is to use the American Express service, which is available for free to clients - you should hold either their card or travellers cheques. They are reliable and present in all major cities.

U-boot Bunker Valentin - It's big!

by JHR

I read about Valentin in article in The Times and decided to visit the place. Briefly - an enormous manufacturing plant for Type 21 and 23 U-boats, encased in 6m thick reinforced concrete - 90% complete when the war ended in 1945 - hit by Grand Slam bombs dropped by RAF Lancasters and barely scratched - owned and used by the Bundeswehr for several decades - but now up for sale - protected as a listed monument - built by 20,000 Russian and Polish slave labourers of whom about 25% died - memorial outside to these victims of 'Vernichtung durch Arbeit'.

Not sure if this is for everyone. You can't actually get inside, and the man at the gate house did not appreciate my (British) sense of humour i.e. 'How much do you want for it? Any discount for a citizen of a NATO country?' BUT it's ENORMOUS. The sheer scale of the facility is stunning. You can walk all the way round it... just follow the fences.

To get there take a local train to Farge, then walk or take a bus to Rekum.

A trip to Munich?

by bonio about Hofbräuhaus

A little piece of Munich transported to Bremen! a visit a must once we spotted it.
Large and comfortable inside but a warm morning and plenty of room in the courtyard beergarden.
Beer and food up to standard, enjoyed our visit here.

The Market Square (Marktplatz)

by Audrey118

The Markeplatz (market square) is worth noting surrounded by probably Bremen's finest buildings. The cobbles of the market square depict a large Hanseatic cross.

Here is also where the Roland statue and Bremen's best known historic buildings, such as the Parliament Building and Schütting can be found.

Statue of Roland

by Rupanworld

in the middle of the Market Square, one can see the tall, elegant, handsome and very historic statue of Roland, which is also in the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. it is the 'Bremen's Statue of Liberty' and has stood in its place as a symbol of Bremen's trading rights and freedom since the year 1404.

Roland was a popular legendary figure in medieval Europe. In Germany, Roland was a symbol of independence of growing cities from the local nobility. In the later part of the Middle Ages many German cities erected defiant statues of Roland in the marketplaces. The Roland in front of the town hall in Bremen was erected as early as 1404. The staue is 5.55 meters high. During our visit the famous old Freimarkt fair was going on and the same is reflected even in the Roland Statue

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Address: Flughafenallee 26, Bremen, Bremen, 28199, Germany