Hotel Hansahof Bremen

Bruggeweg 20-22, 28309 Bremen, Germany
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from Bremen to Berlin

by Turska

My parents are flying to Bremen,and going to Berlin also at same trip.They have had troubles by finding bus-timetables,and I promised to ask here.They found only one company witch went from Bremen around 9 o´clock (a.m) and took 7 hours.If you know if there is any other connections,and links to them in net.They speak German,but they are not common with finding things in internet.They found some prices,but my mother was wondering,did they understand everything right.They found allready flats to rent in Berlin,but this connection thing was the trouble.If you know prices of the tickets,that would be nice also.And is there any offers for senior-citizen?(at Finland they get -40% of bus-prices).Is there also a train-connection?They thought,that train is more expensive,but I don´t know have they red it somewhere or do they only think so.They don´t mind going with bus(I would..).Thanks allready,if someone can help!

Re: from Bremen to Berlin

by christine.j

Check www.bahn.de
The train takes about three hours and fares start at 29 Euro when booked ahead. I don't think there is a bus, as there really are no long-distance buses in Germany.
No discounts for senior citizens, but specials as the 29 Euro ticket.

Re: from Bremen to Berlin

by HansDK

The lack of long distance buses is due to the excellent railways in Germany using high speed trains (ICE) for the long distances.

If you book well in advance (max 89 days) Bremen to Berlin is from EUR 29/one-way. The ticket can only be used on selected train and refund is excluded.

DB timetables: http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en

Re: from Bremen to Berlin

by Turska

They rather take bus,and found this page: http://www.berlinlinienbus.de/index.php?lang=en
It was 57e with return.They like to see sights on their way,and liked this opinion.Maybe it is the only one.But I didn´t see how to make it from Bremen to Berlin,not the otherway around.

Re: from Bremen to Berlin

by cachaseiro

i took berlin linenbus from berlin to copenhagen last month and that was very fine.
i can't see that there should be any problems in getting a ticket.
i bought my ticket at the berlin bus station 20 minutes before departure and paid 37 euros from berlin to copenhagen.
bremen should be slightly cheaper than copenhagen i would think.

Re: from Bremen to Berlin

by cachaseiro

you might also find better schedules at the eurolines webpage:

www.eurolines.com

Re: from Bremen to Berlin

by Turska

We found the price from Berlin to Bremen,and it was 57e for seniors(my parents are over 65years),but I found only Berlin-Bremen-Berlin,not the other way(Bremen-Berlin-Bremen).But I´ll read it better after work.
Thank´s for that other link also,I´ll send it to father.

Re: from Bremen to Berlin

by cachaseiro

it will be the same price bremen-berlin-bremen.
and unless they really want to then there is no need to book it before they get there.
the lang distance busses in europe are very rarely full.

Re: from Bremen to Berlin

by abalada

First I would check if they can get the specials for the trains. Faster and more comfortable.

Re: from Bremen to Berlin

by Turska

Yes,I thought so,that the price is sma.But I understood,that the price ius that only when booked advice,and more expensive if bought from there.That´s why I tried to find the opinion of goin from Bremen to Berlin and back-if they book it now.It seemed that at booking-pages there was allways Departure from Berlin and you could only change the destination.But I´ll "study"tha pages better tomorrow.If they don´t need to book advice to have senior-price,the it wont be a broblem.
They really want to use the bus.I would take the train,but they like to sit long time at bus,and watch from the window.I think it might be,because they have used to travel long days by own car,and are now"learning"to use public transport.Witch might be good at that age.Even if they are"younger than they really are".
But thanks for train-info also!I started to think,maybe we should do it by train some day!Ryanair flyes straight to Bremen from here.They paid 70e for return-flights for two!!!It was even cheaper than Air Berlin.

Travel Tips for Bremen

Visiting Christian Churches

by aliante1981

Christian churches - be they Protestant, Orthodox, or Catholic - are a vital part of Europeýs cultural, artistic, architectural, and religious heritage, and as such you are likely (and I really recommend doing this:)) ) to visit many of them. However, most of them are even today not only major tourist attractions, but also religious sites where people come to pray. This is something to be respected, and here are several pieces of advice I would like to give that might help avoid ill-feeling:

- Dress modestly, covering shoulders and most part of the legs (women in Orthodox churches might be requested to put on something to cover the head);

- Do not speak loudly - all the descriptions are better either read in silence or given outside;

- Try not to walk too much during the service;

- Avoid using flash in your camera near people you see praying;

- Respect notes that forbid entrance to some parts of the church that are designated as ýfor prayer onlyý.

Following these simple guidelines helped me when I visited, I guess, more than 1000 churches up to date:)))

Here are the famous musicians

by Pavlik_NL

Next to the cityhall there is a statue of the four most famous inhabitants of Bremen. The four 'Bremer Stadtmusikanten' (= town-musicians), the mule, the dog, the cat and the rooster from this famous fairytale. You don't know the story and you go to Bremen: Well, then buy the story in any bookstore or touristgiftshop, sit down on one of the many terraces and read it. No better place to learn about it then the place ... where it happened.

The Markt

by barryg23

The Market is the busiest area of Bremen's old town. With the Rathaus, Dom, Statue of Roland and of course, the Four Musicians, the Markt attracts lots of visitors. It looks especially nice at night when the crowds have gone. The only eyesore is the most recent addition - the Parliament Building on the eastern side.

Walk through Viertel!

by Xfire

In "Viertel" you will find yourself in another world. Lots and lots of alternative and oriental shops, many strange people...Viertel is a bit different from the tidy city center. Really nice for a walk and having a coffee while relaxing in one of the many cosy cafés there, just walk through and you know what I mean.
You can also find many location for having a night out...see my night tips for further information.

Monument to Roland

by aliante1981

The on to the medieval knight Roland is one of Bremen's most famous monuments, and also an impeccable way to find out whether you have really reached the Market Square - in case you’ve got no map with you. The monument dates back to the year 1404 when it was a clear statement of the civic rights and of the independence of the city of Bremen from its archbishop.

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