Gastehaus Peterswerder

Celler Strasse 4, Bremen, Bremen, 28205, Germany
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Bremen breakfast-cafes

by Turska

Does anyone know,is there breakfast-cafes at old part of Bremen?We have a hotel without breakfast 1km from old town.We leave next friday.

Re: Bremen breakfast-cafes

by Turtleshell

Sure, there are, but without telling us where exactly your accomodation is, it's a bit difficult to come up with suggestions. Here's one nonetheless:

Cafe Cino
Ostertorsteinweg 70

Re: Bremen breakfast-cafes

by Turska

I don´t remember the address-I must anyway find it at weekend or earlier,but the name of the hotel is Hotel Haus.We can surely walk some way,if there´s some very good place. :) In Tampere there´s some cafe´s having breakfast tables,where you can choose what you want(for example tea/coffee with roll,jogurt,eggs and so on) in reasonable price.But if there is good choice of rolls/subs(not subway!)/bagels and good tea and coffee,it can be enough too.
By the way.I´m allergic to rye.What it is in German?I don´t speak German-only some words,witch has been heard many times from my parents and had stayed in mind because of that.But maybe they don´t know what´s rye in German,because they haven´t needed it.(I wasn´t allergic as a child,when travelling with them)

Re: Bremen breakfast-cafes

by Turtleshell

"Hotel Haus Bremen" perhaps? That would be Verdener Str. 47, not only one but more like 2 km of Bremen's old town.

The aforementioned Cafe is located between your hotel and the old town. You can have breakfast a la carte or from their buffet, prices are still reasonable, and their coffee is nice.
But you'll find loads of cafes in Bremen.

Rye is Roggen in German; for the proper pronunciation see

Re: Bremen breakfast-cafes

by abalada

Generally many bakeries and cafes offer breakfast (German style of course).
Also places like McDonalds and Subway.

With bread and rolls you have to be careful as many sorts in Germany are made out of a mix of wheat and rye. But as there are so many varieties there will be still enough without rye to choose from.

Re: Bremen breakfast-cafes

by Turska

Thanks for you both.Ha ha,they said at that it is 1km from old town..Of course I know,that you shouldn´t take those things too seriously.I just hope it won´t rain all time.I red at Bremen-pages,that it rains a lot at winter.
We also booked a tour at Beck´s at saturday.But they said,that if there is less people than 20,thay keep right to cancel it..
In Finland it´s VERY hard to find bread without rye.I remeber that you have as much "darkwhite" breads there as we do.Last year we were there,and I took allways so white bread,that I didn´t need to ask.But maybe I shoul ask my father to write my a note,witch I could show,if needed.I know only 4 people who are allergic to rye,so it´s sometimes hard to get people understand,that there shouldn´t be at all rye for me.

Travel Tips for Bremen

The old seamen's neighborhood...

by Pavlik_NL

The old seamen's neighborhood is now a colourful collection of all kind of little shops in narrow alleys. The neighborhood is near the old harbour and is called 'Schnoor' (which comes from the Dutch word 'snoer' ... rope used in shipping).

Strassenbahn / tram

by halikowski

Costs 1 euro 10 for a single ticket. Good service going to useful palces (airport, university, railway station).
If you get a `Fleck' or stain on your clothes from dirty seats, the company will pay your cleaning costs.
Never seen that offer on before

The mill at the dam

by Bernd_L

This mill is the last remaining of the 8 mills that had been standing at the dams of the inner city of Bremen. It burned to the ground twice and had been rebuilt 1832 and 1898. Until 1950 it has been used as a mill. Nowadays there's a coffeeshop

Market Square

by aliante1981

The Market Square - marking the central point of touristic Bremen - is a relatively small square dominated by the building of the City Hall. It has been considered the most important place in Bremen for quite some time. In fact, the Market Square has been at the heart of the Hanseatic City - which is just what Bremen was - and was considered to be one of the most beautiful. Thereýs also a monument to Roland.

You have to come to Bremen in...

by mioche

You have to come to Bremen in October, during the time of 'Freimarkt´ (freemarket). It is on two weeks and is a great fairy. In Northern Germany it is the biggest one (except the 'Dom' in Hamburg) and if you compare the attractions of Bremen´s fairy to the Oktoberfest in Munich, Bremen has more attractions. The big difference is the typical southern german 'Bierzelt´, that you can´t find in Bremen, or that you can´t find in this quantitud in Bremen as in Munich. I think, there are only two at Freimarkt, but the advantage is that you don´t find as many people that are drunken.
A lively jumble of fairground attractions offers the very latest in hi-tech spins and rides. If you are looking for excitement beyond the stomach-churning activities, head for the beer tents and stalls where you'll get more than your fair share of culinary delights. I love the atmosphere at Freimarkt, and the smell of candys (a typical Bremen candy is 'Kluten´ and 'Babbeler´ that you can´t find in any other city. Mmmmhhh!!!!


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