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Hamburg Red Light District Introductory Walking Tour
"Meet your guide near central Hamburg’s St Pauli district as dusk settles over the city then head through the busy streets on your 1.5-hour walking tour. Nestled on the right bank of the Elbe River St Pauli has a rich history and a reputation for raucous partying. During your tour explore colorful streets such as Davidstraße and the bustling Herbertstraße and take in top city attractions including the Schmidt Tivoli and St Pauli Theater. Soak up the lively atmosphere in busy squares such as Hans Albers Platz — where live music is played each weekend — and see where The Beatles started their career in 1960 learn what St Pauli is all about — the friendly side and the seedier side — and find out what makes this vibrant neighborhood tick. Stroll down the Reeperbahn home to famous strip clubs like Dollhouse and Susi’s Show Bar
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Private Tour: Speicherstadt and HafenCity Walking Tour in Hamburg
"Meet your private guide at Baumwall Station in the Speicherstadt district which snakes along the waterways of the Hamburg port. Built as a free zone to transfer goods without paying customs this old trading area grew rapidly throughout the 19th and 20th centuries buying and selling everything from carpets to coffee from overseas. Today Speicherstadt is considered the largest warehouse district in the world.Enjoy informative commentary from your guide as you walk through the area and pop into interesting local shops. As you walk ask your guide as many questions about the city and its neighborhoods as you wish; the beauty of a private guide is that the commentary is tailored to your interests. Sample exotic spices in quirky shops visit a traditional oriental carpet store and upgrade (if you wish) to visit the Kaffee-Roesterei coffeehouse to try some of the world's most expensive and sought-after coffee varieties
From EUR23.00
 
Private Walking Tour: Hamburg Old Town
"After meeting your private guide at St Michael's Church (Michaeliskirche) set off on a 2-hour walking tour of Hamburg Altstadt the city’s handsome Old Town and historical epicenter. A former medieval settlement Altstadt is bounded by the harbor and by a string of roads following the line of the old fortifications.Strolling through the quarter imagine what the city looked like before the fires demolitions and devastating bombings of World War II. Today Hamburg Old Town has a new face marked by grandiose buildings
From EUR23.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Bremen

Off The Beaten Path

Viertel Great Pubs & Cafes

stroll bei vor dem steintor street checking people and happenings and drop by to many cafees and corner pubs. I visited puritan Bremen football corner pub called "ZUM LUSTIGEN SCHUSTER" drank coffee...
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Weser

The Weserstadium is located just at the bank of the Weser.The Weser is a river in north-western Germany. Formed at Hannoversch Münden by the confluence of the rivers Fulda and Werra, it flows through...
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Oct 30, 2012

The smallest café in Bremen

I'm not sure if this belongs in the restaurant section or here, but since it's outside the city centre and since you cannot sit down as in a restaurant I decided to write about it here in the...
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christine.j
Aug 28, 2012

Take the train to Vegesack

Vegesack is the suburb of Bremen where the harbour is. It's about a 20 minutes ride in a train from the main train station in Bremen to the Vegesack train station. The river Weser is very close to the...
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christine.j
Aug 28, 2012

`Island between Weser and Kleine Weser

Go for an evening stroll on the `island' between the Weser and the Kleine Weser (it's not really an island, but has water on both sides for most of the way). Here, on the southern side of the...
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halikowski
Sep 17, 2009

WORPSWEDE - artists village

In the early 1900's Rainer Rilke and Paula Becker lived in the rural artist colony of Worpswede, Germany. Today you can visit this lovely place, a house surrounded by most lush garden and imagine how...
Sininen
Nov 27, 2008
 
 
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U-boot Bunker Valentin - It's big!

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%...
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JHR
Jun 07, 2008

Along the river

One of my favourite areas of Bremen was alongside the River Weser. There were much fewer tourists here than around Marktplatz and we walked past a nice market and some great ubs and restaurants. Very...
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barryg23
Mar 08, 2006

Bessel's head

Somewhere in the city center (don't remember exactly where, but could be close to Lloyd Passage) is a monument of Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel, an astronomer and mathematician. He was an assistant at an...
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actualtourist
Apr 21, 2005

Oase (Oasis)

This is one of, in my opinion, the best sauna/relaxation complexes in Germany. Containing various Turkish steam rooms, sun rooms, outdoor and indoor pool areas, and saunas of various temperatures,...
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bscott1
Dec 02, 2004

Bremer Stadtmusikanten

When my friend and I were in Bremen we walked all over the city to find these 3 animals. They are all from a fairytale : the mule, dog, cat, chicken. They all fought against robbers and won, and they...
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lil_traveller
Mar 25, 2004

Glockenspiel

In between the buildings, you can walk a short but from the city and there will be a glockenspiel that plays at 12 and at other certain times. We found it and there was a huge crowd gathered. It plays...
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lil_traveller
Mar 25, 2004

Wuemme Area

This is where I grew up - in a very green part of Bremen, with many little rivers, great nature and one real river - the Wuemme river. The area is well-known among ornithologists for the richness of...
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joernme
Mar 16, 2004

Cruise the ports

Cruising the ports is especially nice, because you don't only see ports as everything is smaller than in Bremerhaven, Hamburg or even Rotterdam. You also have some city scenery and it really is a...
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joernme
Mar 16, 2004

Top Hotels in Bremen

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Hillmannplatz 20, Bremen, Bremen 28195, Germany
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Boettcherstrasse 2, Bremen, Bremen, 28195, Germany
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Bahnhofsplatz 5-7, Bremen, Bremen, 28195, Germany
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Im Buergerpark, Bremen, Bremen, 28209, Germany
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Bahnhofsplatz 11, Bremen, Bremen, 28195, Germany
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Bahnhofsplatz 17 - 18, Bremen, Bremen, 28195, Germany
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Top Things to Do in Bremen

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Market Sqare - Town Hall

The Gothic Town Hall was built between 1405 and 1410, but the Renaissance façade was added 2 centuries later. One cannot but admire its many figures, reliefs, angels, flowers; it's a real art in...
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Schnoor Quarter

With its narrow lanes and 15th and 16th- century small houses, Schnoor (string, rope) is the city's oldest district. Fishermen used to live here, but today, the picturesque quarter is home to numerous...
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Town Musicians

The Bremer Loch (Hole of Bremen) is a manhole cover on Bremen's central market square, Am Markt. It looks like an ordinary manhole cover, but it has a coin slot at its centre. If you insert a coin...
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Böttcherstraße

This is where coopers (böttchers) used to live and work, thus the name of the street, but it almost disappeared in the 19th century. Then, at the beginning of the 20th century, Ludwig Roselius, a...
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Roland Statue

With Durendart, the legendary sword of justice, in his right hand, and a shield with a two-headed imperial eagle in his left hand, Roland's been protecting the city of Bremen for more than 600 years....
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St. Peter Cathedral - St. Petri Dom

The Cathedral Court is the largest square in old Bremen. This is where public executions were once performed. Today, it's used as a market place from Monday to Saturday (8-15). Here you can buy fresh...
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joernme

"Bremen - I feel this city"
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Bernd_L

"Bremen - the city of the musicians"
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Mariajoy

"In Bremen - briefly"
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Rupanworld

"Bremen - A World Heritage site"
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pieter_jan_v

"Stadt and Bundesland"
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