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Bremen: Walking Tour in German with Night Guard

Bremen: Walking Tour in German with Night Guard

Discover the dark streets of Bremen accompanied by a night guard carrying a lantern, horn and axe. But be careful to stay with your group since no one knows what might happen. Learn more about the city's exciting past on a walking tour. Find out more about historical misconducts and the long-gone times of Bremen, an old Hanseatic city. Listen to stories unknown to the ordinary citizen, as only the night guard checked the proper closing of doors and gates. Travel back in time and visit the Bremen Market Square and the Böttcherstraße up to the Schnoor while listening to the tales told by the night guard.

Bremen: City Sightseeing Bus Tour

Bremen: City Sightseeing Bus Tour

Learn about Bremen and hear the highlights of its 1,200 years of history on an informative bus tour. Explore the past and the present of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen from your seat, and come across iconic local landmarks. Hop on the bus and begin your ride, hearing fascinating stories from the guide along the way. Pass by all of the city’s landmarks and monuments, as you hear about their unique history. Find out how old Roland is, what the Bremen flag is called, how high the Fallturm drop tower is and much, much more.

Bremen Self Guided Sherlock Holmes Murder Mystery Game

Bremen Self Guided Sherlock Holmes Murder Mystery Game

The Sherlock Holmes City Game is a self-guided tour that gives you a fun and interactive way to walk around the city. All you need is a phone with an internet connection. As soon as you book the game, we will send you all the information you need via email. By moving around the city, you will unlock assignments. Here you will find characters who are willing to help. But the information comes at a price! Solve their puzzles, take on hilarious photo challenges, chase down culprits and play along to get closer to solving the murder of Balthasar. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: - Difficulty level: easy – also suitable for families with children - Duration: 2 hours - Tickets: You only need to buy 1 ticket per group (1-4 people) - Each group will play with 1 device. For groups of more than 4 people, you can buy 2 or more tickets. - To book this game you need to indicate a date/time, BUT you can start whenever you like. - *NOTE: this City Game uses the city as an interactive playing field but DOES NOT provide any information about the city! HOW TO PLAY: Book the City Game, check the email we send you with the instructions, download the Loquiz App, and begin your gaming experience! Explore the city at your own pace while playing the Sherlock Holmes City Game, a self-guided tour that offers a lot of freedom and flexibility. You can play when, where and with who you want. Whether you want to play alone for personal excitement or with a group of people this is the game for you! Playing with more groups will turn into a competitive experience, perfect as a teambuilding activity. This game is a fun activity you can do while visiting a city with your family and friends or as a couple. Our City Game offers the maximum independence, you can play pause & continue whenever you want!

Bremen: English Self-guided Audio Tour on your Phone

Bremen: English Self-guided Audio Tour on your Phone

Do you know the tale of the 4 Musicians? Or why another Roland statue is stored away in the Town Hall? And what about the female serial killer who lived in Bremen in the 19th century? If you've never heard of them, don't wait; book this self-guided audio tour to discover dozens of fun facts about Bremen! Grab your smartphone and your headphones to start discovering the city. Follow the route and listen to each audio commentary in your earphones. You can even answer quizzes to test your knowledge about the city! With this self-guided tour, you will be guided through the following locations: 1. Am Wall Windmill 2. Town Musicians 3. Market Square (with Town Hall, Roland Statue, Schütting, Bremen Hole) 4. Saint Peter's Cathedral (and Spuckstein) 5. Böttcherstrasse (with Bringer of Light, Seven Lazy Men Fountain, Glockenspiel House) 6. Schnoor 7. Schlachte With this activity, you'll get access to a 40-minute-long audio commentary. Download the app on Android or iOS (or access it directly through your browser) to get access to your self-guided audio tour. So, are you ready to explore Bremen?

Bremen: Self-Guided Outdoor Escape Game

Bremen: Self-Guided Outdoor Escape Game

Experience a unique outdoor escape game right on your smartphone. Take on the role of a profiler who travels back in time to solve a tricky case. Complex challenges await you in this adventure that will lead you deeper and deeper into the swamp of organized crime. Some puzzles are location independent, so you can look forward to tricky and exciting tasks. But after each level, you'll learn interesting facts about the environment around you. While solving the puzzles of this thrilling case, you'll wander past some of Bremen's most fascinating sights. Grab your smartphones and head to the starting point to get started. Whether you work together as a team or split into smaller groups and teams, you can expect an exciting walk with breathtaking sights and relaxing breaks. Solve tricky puzzles, combine clues, discover surprising facts about each location, and enjoy the freedom to walk at your own pace. This game is ideal for escape game enthusiasts and puzzle fans who are looking for a challenging challenge for their group and don't want to miss out on the city's interesting locations.

Bremen: Fairy Tale Christmas Guided Walking Tour in German

Bremen: Fairy Tale Christmas Guided Walking Tour in German

Discover Bremen's Christmas cheer whilst exploring the City's Christmas market and prominent landmarks, the Town Hall and Roland Statue. Delight in a mug of mulled wine and delectable chocolates.   During the festive season, meet your walking guide to begin your Advent exploration of Bremen’s highly regarded Christmas market. Admire beautiful Bremen under the festive lights as you take an extended stroll through the city. Wrap up warm and embrace the fairy tale magic of Bremen at Christmas. As your guide leads you and your group by foot through the Christmas market, you will see the magnificent Town Hall and Roland Statue, Germany’s “Statue of Liberty”. To compliment your Christmas fairy tale experience, relish the Advent ambiance with a mug of warming Glühwein mulled wine and sample delicious chocolates.

Experience Bremen by bike

Experience Bremen by bike

BREMEN BY BIKE Cycling through the city? "With what else?" is a typical Bremen counter-question, because in the traditional Hanseatic city the bike is considered a natural means of transport. "Experience" the most beautiful sides of Bremen by bike. Accompanied by a guide, you will discover a variety of Bremen's sights on the approximately 8-kilometer-long bike tour, such as the historic market square with the magnificent town hall, the Schlachte maritime Weser promenade and the colorful Ostertorviertel with its typical Bremen houses.

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What people are saying about Bremen Market Square

Overall rating

4.7
(1,124 reviews)

our night watchman Walter was simply brilliant! entertaining, entertaining and educational! even the children, and there were quite a few there, liked it and nobody found it boring! can be recommended in good conscience! and the price-performance ratio is definitely good! but plan an extra half an hour, because when Walter is telling stories about the "good old days" it can take a little longer, like it did with us yesterday! but everyone liked it and was focused until the end and that's something you have to be able to do at such a late hour! Thank you for the lovely evening Walter!

Our guide "Walther" did really a great performance in telling interesting stories about Bremen, the ancient times and even the new past. Hist dress looks like from 1700 and we learned a lot about the "Night Guard" Job, the source of special words like "Armleuchter" or "Reeperbahn" and much more. Definitely worth the time.

We have to say the tour with night watchman Walter was simply amazing. It combined seriousness with humor. You could tell that night watchman Walter took his role very seriously. We, as people from Bremen, learned a lot of new things ourselves. We can recommend this tour 1000%.

The installation was too complicated and time-consuming for us, and the English text made it hard to understand. I was very disappointed and will not take any further action.

It was great, not too waffle, interesting and fun facts.