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Getting to Bremen with Stena Line

If you're ready to enjoy the delights of Bremen, look no further than Stena Line. The ferry to Holland provides a comfortable and hassle-free way to cross to Europe. When you alight the ferry at Hook of Holland, you'll can catch the train to Bremen or make the four hour drive east to the city. 

One of the highlights of northern Germany, the medieval town of Bremen attracts thousands of visitors every year. With its famous Town Musicians, historic buildings and multitude of cultural festivals, Bremen is truly one of Europe's most charming destinations. 

Stena Line makes it simple for you to get to Bremen. Just take the ferry from Harwich to Hook of Holland and drive to Germany to explore Bremen on your next holiday. 

Though it is one of Germany's smaller towns, Bremen is home to a variety of diverse festivals to suit every traveller. The Bremen Music Festival attracts classical music lovers the world over, and the city also hosts the biggest samba carnival in Germany every February. What's more, Bremen's Freimarkt Fair draws over four million people to the Bürgerweide in the old quarterevery October. 

If you're planning a visit to Bremen, make sure you don't miss the New Weserburg Museum (Germany's largest contemporary art museum), the Focke Museum, a popular overview of local history, and the Becks Brewery, where you can see how Bremen's biggest export is brewed and enjoy free samples. 

In Bremen's old quarter, visitors can marvel at its Weser-Renaissance-style Rathaus (town hall), as well as the impressive St Peter's Cathedral, which incorporates several different architectural styles dating back to 1220. There’s also 600 years of tradition to be discovered at the Bremen Ratskeller with its 650 German wines. Travelling to Bremen with children? Little ones are sure to love the city's "botanika", a green, interactive science centre, and the Ethnological Museum, a 10,000 metre-squared homage to the natural world. 

With so much history and culture oozing out of every street in Bremen, it's no wonder it's so popular with tourists hoping to explore Germany's hidden attractions.