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Bremen Overview

Cheap flights to Bremen
Now with cheap flights to Bremen, visit the cosmopolitan city of Germany. The beautiful city remains as an important industrial and commercial port located right at the heart of the Weser River. The city of Bremen remains of the largest seaport areas of Germany. Visit the Bremer Marktplatz to see many of the attractions of the city at one place, the town hall at the Marktplatz is a famous and beautiful gothic structure. Book our cheap flights to Bremen and see the Cathedral of St. Peter of the 11th century and explore its beautifully decorated baroque pulpit which was a gift piece from Queen Christina. Explore Bremen’s narrow and cobbled Böttcherstrasse which is one of the most visiting tourist attractions and is home to the famous Paula Becker-Modersohn Museum and Ludwig Roselius Museum. Get in touch with the exuberant and charming Schnoor district of Bremen of the 18th century, also get notice to the St. John's Church located there. Explore the Kunsthalle old town of the city, which has numerous beautiful Dutch paintings of the 17th century. Visit the German Maritime Museum which will show you up the greatest seafaring history of European shipping. Grab the cheap flights to Bremen and visit the beautiful city of Germany and explore the beauty at its best.

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5 facts about Bremen


Bremen is the tenth largest city of Germany.


Bremen is a technological city having some 350+ modern companies.


Bremen is the only city in Germany to have an international airport within ten minutes from its centre.


The Bremen’s Town Hall and Roland statue are comprised on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.


Bremen is among the popular destinations with roughly 40 million visitors every year.

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