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Bremer Rathaus, Bremen

#2 of 10 in Historic Sites in Bremen
World heritage site · Government Building · Architectural Building
Bremer Rathaus has served as Bremen's town hall for centuries. UNESCO lists it as a World Heritage site. It's one of the most important examples of Brick Gothic architecture in Europe. You must take a guided tour to explore this striking building inside. You'll gain an insight into its 600-year history and see some of its most impressive rooms. Note especially the grand upper council chamber and Art Nouveau decoration of golden chamber. Make sure to visit its Bremer Ratskeller. This basement pub is home to oldest barrel of wine in Germany. Book your tour in advance via Bremen's official tourism website. To visit Bremer Rathaus on your trip to Bremen, use our Bremen tour itinerary planner.
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  • Bremen town hall is still as impressive as it was a year ago - it’s hardly surprising considering how long it’s been there.  more »
  • Great view in downtown from historic buildings with a lot of colours, bars, cafes, restaurants and plenty of markets of flowers, fruits and flewmarkt.  more »

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