Bremen Transportation

  • Tram in front of City Hall (Bremen Rathaus)
    Tram in front of City Hall (Bremen...
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  • Tram #6 heading towards the airport, Bremen
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  • Tram #6 heading from the airport, Bremen
    Tram #6 heading from the airport, Bremen
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    Local Transportation

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Dec 10, 2014

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    The heart of Bremen's public transport is the Central Station or Hauptbahnhof.

    From this location you can take the following
    Local Trains:
    -R1: Vegesack / Verden
    -R2: Bremerhaven-Cuxhaven
    -R3: Rotenburg - Wümme
    -R5: Diepholz
    -R6: Wildeshausen
    -R7: Oldenburg
    -R8: Nordenham

    Trams (Strassenbahn):
    -1: Huchting Roland-Center / Osterholz Züricher Strasse
    -4: Arsten / Borgfeld
    -5: Arsten / Horn-Lebe
    -6: Hünefeldstrasse - Flughafen (Airport) / Universität - Klagenfurter Strasse
    -8: Huchting Roland-Center / Kulenkampfallee
    -10: Sebaldsbrück

    Speed lines:
    -1S: Osterholz Züricher Strasse
    -3S: Gröpelingen
    -4S: Arsten / Borgfeld

    Local buses:
    -24: Rablinghausen / Neue Vart Nord
    -25: Weidedamm / Osterholz - Nusshorn
    -26: Huckelriede / Hochschule für Künste
    -27: Huckelriede / Finndorff-Weidedamm
    -62: Hasenbören - Jachthafen
    -64: Hasenbören - Jachthafen

    Intercity buses:
    -101: Brinkum
    -102: Brinkum
    -120: Brinkum
    -121: Kirchweyhe
    -150: Brinkum
    -226: Brinkum
    -630: Zeven
    -660: Hagen
    -670: Worpswede
    -665: Osterholz-Schambeck Hambergen
    -680: Bf Ostlebhausen
    -730: Ottersberg
    -739: Posthausen
    -740: Verden
    -750: Thedinghausen

    Night buses:
    -N1: Huchting-Am Brill / Schwachhausen-Neue Vahr-Osterholz
    -N3: Rablinghausen-Domsheide / -Universität-Horn-Oberneuland
    -N4: Arsten-Kattenturm-Huckelriede-Domsheide / Schwachhausen-Horn-Borgfeld
    -N5: Domsheide / Neue Vahr-Tenever-Nußhorn
    -N7: Findorff-Gröpelingen-Bf Vegesack-Bf Blumenthal-Bf FargeNeuenkirchen
    -N10: Gröpelingen-Walle / Steintor-Hulsberg-Hastedt-Sebaldsbrück

    Real time Public Transportation data on the Bremen map.

    Bremen Hauptbahnhof and Bus Bremen - Bahnhofplatz: Strassenbahn
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    Take a walk!

    by viddra Written Aug 2, 2014

    One of the best ways to really explore and feel a place, especially if you've never been there before, is on foot. With its many pedestrian zones, old Bremen is just perfect for it. Just take your time, get lost in its narrow cobbled streets and alleys and have your camera ready to capture all the beauties Bremen has to offer.

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    Tram #6

    by SWFC_Fan Written Sep 1, 2013

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    Visitors to Bremen may find Tram #6 to be of particular use.

    We made extensive use of Tram #6 during our visit to the city in August 2013.

    Tram #6 runs from the airport (Flughafen), which is located just south of the city centre, to the university (Universitat), which is located just north of the city centre. Along the way it includes various useful stops, such as:

    Wilhelm-Kaisen-Brucke – this stop is useful for visiting the riverside Weserpromenade Schlachte, with its great selection of restaurants, bars and biergartens. It is also convenient for visiting the nearby historic quarter of Schnoor.

    Domsheide – this is the most central stop on the line and is just a few metres from the market square, the statue of Roland and the famous Bremen Town Musicians. Many of the city's attractions, restaurants and shopping areas are within easy walking distance of this stop.

    Hauptbahnhof - this stop is right outside the front of Bremen's main railway terminal. It is also convenient for visiting the excellent Ubersee Museum which is practically next door to the station and Bremen Arena which is directly behind the station.

    We stayed at the Mercure Hotel Hanseatic Bremen, which is located just a few metres away from the tram stop at Schleiermacherstrasse. From here, Tram #6 transported us south to the airport in just 3 stops and north to Domsheide in just 4 stops.

    At the time of our visit, a single journey on the tram cost 2.40 Euros. However, it was more cost effective for us to purchase a TagesTicket Plus – an all day ticket for 2 adults and up to 4 children – for just 8.50 Euros. Tickets can be purchased from a machine on board the tram.

    Tram #6 runs frequently throughout the day. At the busiest times of day, the trams are every 5 or 6 minutes. Outside the busier times, the trams are every 10 minutes or, later in the evenings, every 20 minutes.

    The Flughafen tram stop is right outside the main airport terminal building. If, like us, you fly in and out of Bremen with Ryanair, you'll have to walk for a few minutes between the tram stop and the separate Ryanair terminal.

    Tram #6 heading towards the airport, Bremen Tram #6 heading from the airport, Bremen Tram #6 at Domsheide, Bremen TagesTicket Plus (8.50 Euros) Tram fares in Bremen - August 2013

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    By tram from airport

    by Tonttuliina Updated Apr 26, 2013

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    You can take a tram from Bremen Airport to the city center. Tram stop is just in front of the main door (or 200 meters to the right). You can pay for the ride inside the tram or on the tram stop. There is a machine with a monitor which accepts coins (euros). The machine will instruct you in English. I think a ticket cost 2,40 euros (Spring 2013) per adult.

    Tram in front of City Hall (Bremen Rathaus)
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    Validate your tickets

    by christine.j Written Aug 21, 2012

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    Public transport:

    Since we stayed next to the train station we could walk to most places in the downtown area of Bremen.Only a few times did we take public tranport.

    A day pass was the best deal for us. The first time we bought the tickets, we asked if they had to be validated and we were told, yes, before first use they need to be stamped.That's what we did.

    The next time we overheard other tourists saying since there is a date on the day pass, they should not be validated. I checked and what we were told is right.

    The date on the ticket just shows when it was bought, not when it used. So if you get checked and your ticket is not stamped, you'll have to pay a fine.

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    Good news about the emission sticker

    by christine.j Written Aug 21, 2012

    If you come by car to Bremen and don't have the emission sticker, you can still enter the inner city provided you have proof of your hotel booking there. Ask your hotel for a sign which can be displyed in the car, so you don't get a ticket.

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  • Bremen Hauptbahnhof

    by Mariajoy Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    We travelled by train from Bremen to Diepholz and beyond. We bought a Niedersachsen Tageskarte for just 26E (or 13E each) which can be used for up to 5 people for the entire day, all over the region until 3am the next day - a real bargain as we had a lot of travelling to do that day and it saved us a small fortune in fares!

    This is a central station and as well as local trains, you can catch an IC train to many other German cities including Hamburg, Magdeburg, Berlin etc, and also Schiphol (Amsterdam!).

    Through the Deutsche Bahn website it is now possible to book AND print your tickets in advance of your trip. Check the website for details.

    station interior mural
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    Taxi service

    by ATLC Written Mar 19, 2011

    This is a taxi service with a route and cost planner:

    Start = departure point
    Ziel = arrival point (Ziel = goal)
    Fahrpreis = travel cost

    Taxi from main station (Hauptbahnhof) to airport is around 10 euro.

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    From airport to city centre/main station

    by ATLC Written Mar 19, 2011

    Hi, I'll give you the info as I know it. I've done it myself but I've looked it up to check.

    The airport website tells you 3 ways how to get from the airport to the Hauptbahnhof:
    You can take tram (Strassenbahn Line 6)
    Or bus (Line 52)
    Or a taxi to the Hauptbahnhof (about 10 euro).

    Enjoy Bremen. Lovely city.

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    Roaming around Lower Saxony

    by halikowski Written Aug 18, 2010

    Buy a Niedersachsen pass and you can travel anywhere from 9am to 3pm the NEXT day for 28 euros on Metronom trains. The ticket includes the possibility of travelling to Hamburg (which isn't Niedersachsen).

    Metronom train

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    Renting bicycles

    by halikowski Written Aug 15, 2010

    The Radzentrum, next to the Hauptbahnhof (to the right as you exit), rents out bicycles for 80 euros a month (40 euros a week). Next to it is a secure compound where you can leave bikes for a fee if you are going off somewhere on the train.

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    Bicycle rentals

    by ATLC Updated Aug 14, 2010

    At the link below there are two addresses where you can rent a bicycle to explore the city.
    One is conveniently next to the station:

    The other:

    Friedrich-Ebert-Straße 142
    28201 Bremen - Neustadt
    Tel.: 0421 5578699

    Send Dalladas an e-mail.

    You can find 1-2-3Rad and Dalladas on this map

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    Traveling to Bremen by train

    by himalia11 Updated May 1, 2010

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    Bremen easily can be reached by train, either by regional trains or also by InterCityExpress, InterCity or EuroCity trains. You can check for connections on the website

    The central station is north of the centre and you easily can reach the centre by foot from there, and in front of the train station there's also a tram station. The train station is not really big (I think it has 9 platforms), but it's a very nice building that even is a historical monument.

    Bremen central station Bremen central station

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    Local transport

    by bonio Written Oct 1, 2009

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    We found local transport in Bremen to be excellent. Integrated bus and tram services work very well.
    A Tagesticket (dayticket) plus is good for 2 adults and up to 4 kids for the day on trams and buses, cost is 7.30 Euro (9/2009), good value.

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    by bonio Written Sep 30, 2009

    Flew into Bremen with Ryanair, spotted Air Berlin flights there also.
    Easy to get to / from, tram #6 stops outside and runs into the city centre, excellent!
    Unusually there is a viewing area here too, not many flights to watch for us unfortunately.

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