When to fly to Bremen
For those hoping to catch Bremen at its warmest, it's worth planning your trip in the months of June, July or August. With much to see and do outside, such as exploring the Altstadt and Marktplatz (Market Square), dry weather would no doubt be a plus. That being said, since snow fall is rare due to Bremen's oceanic climate, enjoying this beautiful city in the colder months should not deter you. A visit during the festive months around Christmas and New Year is also worth considering due to the atmospheric Christmas Markets that are said to be some of the most enchanting in Germany. Enjoy regional specialities such as smoked fish or stay warm with a mug of mulled wine against the historical backdrop of fine architecture.
Getting around Bremen
Once you find yourself in Bremen, getting around is simple. With many sites within walking distance from one another, you will find that navigating your way through this quaint city need not be expensive or complex. As one of Germany's most bike-friendly cities, consider hiring a bicycle from the train station to enjoy the scenery as the locals do.