After a one-hour journey by coach along one of Germany’s many Autobahnen, you will arrive at the fairy tale–like city center of Bremen and experience some of its historic highlights during a brief orientation tour by coach.
You will start by visiting statue of the Knight Roland, who has been smiling down on the marketplace since 1404 and symbolizes freedom and justice. It is the most well-known of the many Knight Roland statues that can be found worldwide. Then you will visit the market square, considered the most beautiful in Europe, and where the architectural styles of five different eras are visible. Then you will pass the 600-year old Bremer Rathaus (Old Town Hall), Bremen’s most proud and prime example of distinct Gothic architecture with it magnificent facade, which dates back to 1405.
Explore the city like a local!
After this brief tour you will be transfered by coach to the Bürgerpark, one of the most popular recreational spots in Bremen, for a traditional activity: A leisurely bicycle tour, followed by a relaxing 'Frühschoppen' (early pint) in a typical German biergarten.
Bremen is Germany’s most friendly bicycle city! On any given sunny summer day in Bremen, you’ll find the locals bike riding or walking through this Bürgerpark, a beautiful park covering almost 500 acres in the city center. This lush, green oasis lures those who want to enjoy forests, vast green lawns, waterways, and ponds. After enjoying Bremen’s green side, many locals head to Waldbühne (forest stage), Bremen’s most popular biergarten.
This morning, you'll live like a true local Bremer and enjoy a visit to the Waldbühne biergarten after a leisurely 1.5 hour bike ride through Bürgerpark. At the biergarten, you'll enjoy a freshly drafted beer and some traditional German snacks. After a refreshment stop of 30–45 minutes you'll continue your tour for a little while longer before meeting your coach and returning to Bremerhaven
- Included: A refreshment stop with freshly drafted beer, German sparkling wine, or tea/coffee and traditional snack (such as bratwurst – a German sausage) at Bremen's most popular summer biergarten
- Languages: English and German