Bremen Airport And Beyond With Car Hire

By: Fiona Hiliard

Hiring a car in Bremen is like opening a chocolate box. With so much choice, it's difficult to decide where to go and what to see first. By far the best thing about renting a car in Bremen though is that it gives you the freedom to discover all of the beautiful and charming villages and pretty towns that surround the city of Bremen. Bremen as a city isn't too shabby itself, boasting a range of engaging attractions. The following is a guide to how best to spend your time in Bremen.

Bremen Airport Mini Guide:

Bremen Airport is situated 3.5km from the city centre. When driving, you'll find that the airport is sign-posted on all major route ways including A1, A27, B6 and B75. Bremen Airport is served by a number of international carriers including Lufthansa, budget airline easyJet, low cost carrier Ryanair, KLM and Condor Airlines.

Things To See/Do in Bremen:

The city of Bremen is situated in northern Germany and is fast becoming a favourite city break destination due in no small part to the expansion of routes by low fares airlines such as Ryanair. The city's talented Werder Bremen soccer side also draws in the crowds during the Champions League and Bundesliga seasons.

Bremen offers a good range of cultural and historical attractions worth discovering on a walking tour. The Schnoor Viertel is the perfect place to start. Here you're guaranteed to take in the best of the city's medieval architecture. Ornate buildings such as the Rathaus are sure to catch your eye. The imposing Roland statue is also worth a look, as is the impressive collection of art on show at Bremer Kunsthalle.

A hire car offers the freedom to explore the pretty villages and towns of the surrounding countryside. Driving east of Bremen, you'll find charming Fischerhude and pretty Worpswede definitely worth a visit.

Eating Out/Nightlife/Accommodation in Bremen:

Eating out in Bremen offers something to suit every budget and taste. Those on a spend thrifty budget will find low cost local eats are available at a range of cheap and cheerful cafés and bars in and around the Schlachte area. If you're really counting the pennies, it's worth perusing the menus of the restaurants first before committing yourself to something you can't afford. If money is no object, you'll find pricier, more up-market fare can be sampled at restaraunts in the Schnoor Viertel.

Bremen has a lively nightlife. As darkness falls, the after-work crowd and weekend revellers fill the comprising traditional beer halls, buzzing bars and trendy restaurants. The home of Beck's Beer is happy to allow reveller to party into the early hours, at jumping nightspots such as La Habana, Sclachte, Sinatra's, Rembertiring and Liffass on Osterstorsteinweg.

Bremen's high standard of accommodation is guaranteed to impress visitors of every budget and taste. Thrifty travellers will find cheap lodgings at the city's International Youth Hostel on Kalk Strasse, while those looking to live it up in style, will be suitably pampered at the city's Golden Tulip Hotel, situated in the pretty Schwachhausen district.

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