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In north-west Germany, Bremen is familiar as a hanseatic city. Moreover as a commercial and industrial hub, it has a port on River Weser. With 2.4 million people, its population stands as the second highest in North Germany and in the national population index, the city has the 11 th position. Apart from its commercial significance, the city has architectural marvels, which include world-class sculptures and art museums. On the world tourism map, the city has acquired increasing importance as hundreds of thousands of tourists visit the city throughout the year.
Bremen has good climate as temperature varies a little. The hottest time in Bremen come in the months of June, July, and August, which the visitors need to avoid. Normal weather lasts throughout rest of the period in a year, where spending time at this place could make them realize that they have taken the right decision to buy ticket to Bremen.
The St. Peter Cathedral has an impressive history, which is more than 1200 years old. Every visitor to this place feels surprised watching the grandeur in styles of construction as those contain Gothic and later Gothic periods. The mind-blowing twin towers of the cathedral have an altitude of 89 meters.
Other than the above places, the central market square in Bremen could keep the visitors busy for more than half a day. The gabled houses in the proximity of the market have their historical significance like the other monuments in the proximity of this locality.
Managed by a private Bremen Art Society, the world-class art museum has existed in Bremen for more than 200 years. The collection consists of paintings from great masters like Lucas Cranach the Elder and Albrecht Durer. As its print and media department has hundreds of thousands of drawings from 14 th and 19 th centuries.
Berhard Hoetger created this immortal creation, made of wooden panels that make rotation in time to the Carillion in the monument of Haus des Glokenspiels. When the visitors are in Bremen in either spring or summer, they could take immense pleasure as they visit the place between 12:00 to 18:00 hours. It is wonderful to hear the thirty bells produce the tunes of sea shanties and folk songs.
The truth is this area is one of oldest areas, where only the poorest of the poor lived once upon a time. Schnoor is the name derived from the cluster of workshops that manufactured rigging for ships. It has a number of houses, which are timber framed and built up in 15 th centuries. The visitors take a lot of time, viewing and watching artifacts in its handicraft shops and galleries.
Famous as Bremen’s old town on the right bank of the River Weser, which went through considerable revamping and made a pedestrian zone in the eighties, Schlachte has a great promenade and beautifully restored buildings. Lined with both German and international restaurants, where the tourists could greatly relax by taking a slow but leisurely walk beside the water. They could also opt for boating inside the River Weser.