When I go to Bremerhaven, I am going to see ships and cranes… my expectations were a little bit like that before we got into the car and drove to the city at the mouth of the river Weser. What we saw, what we liked best and what you totally shouldn’t miss – our 10 + x tips for Bremerhaven!
The Climate House Bremerhaven is a stunning building. A giant dome next to the new port of Bremerhaven that is particularly noticeable when illuminated in the evening.
It is 10 in the morning and the German Emigration Centre in Bremerhaven opens its doors. We get our tickets with microchips in them and an in-depth explanation of what to expect from this truly unique museum. I am so curious what I am going to experience.
A walk to the “Überseestadt” district in Bremen took us to an almost forgotten area. These grounds were the birthplace of Coffee Hag, a great coffee manufactory.
On the way to The District in Bremen, our guide of “Bremen erleben” took a little detour with us and led us to the Schnoorviertel. I immediately fell in love with this corner of Bremen.
There were times where many of the so called “works of art” on houses or trains made me start a rant. But if you ignore the pointless scribbles, there are genuine works of art to be discovered on the streets.On our tour through Bremen’s districts, we spotted some really great pieces. Surely, as with many things, it is a matter of personal taste and for some people, these paintings will not classify as street art. For me, however, the works clearly belong into that category and since pictures say more than 1000 words, I let the pictures speak.