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German City Series: Bremen

Upon learning that Bremen was in fact the namesake for the Bremen Town Musicians, I couldn't resist investigating this German town. Nestled on the river Weser, this Hanseatic destination is full of surprises.

Upon learning that Bremen was in fact the namesake for the Grimm's Fairy Tale Bremen Town Musicians, I couldn’t resist investigating the town. Only an hour drive/train ride from Hamburg, Bremen is a fantastic choice for a quick trip on Germany’s Fairy Tale road. Nestled on the Weser river, this Hanseatic destination is full of surprises.

Upcoming Posts Featuring Bremen
Each month, Sebastian and I want to focus on one German city and provide an overview as well as a series of in-depth articles on particular attractions. This month we’re exploring Bremen, and sharing our favorite parts of the city from our own experiences.
• Fairy Tale • Bremen is proud to be the home of the fairy tale the Bremen Town Musicians, and you’ll see them all over town.
• Architecture • UNESCO World Heritage are impressed with the Bremen Rathaus, and so are we.
• Art • Bremen is a small town overflowing with history and creativity. We’re going to have an epic trilogy of art posts this month, and explore how the Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum, Ludwig Roselius, and Böttcherstraße are historically inseparable.
Roland • Let me introduce you to my tall, intimidating friend named Roland, and why he’s guarding the town of Bremen.

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