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  • Bermudadreieck
    Best address for a pub crawl
  • Weserstadion
    Forever „Green – White“
  • The arena is hard to miss when you step out the door of prizeotel Bremen City. Directly opposite you’ll find the ÖVB arena with the adjoining halls of the Exhibition Centre and Bremen Congress Centre.
  • When the Weser stadium is sold out, more than 42,000 spectators will be cheering their team on. Four of the spectators are us, because the prizeotel team has season tickets for home games of the Bundesliga football. 
  • First of all: it is NOT called Goethetheater. Even people from Bremen get that wrong. The Theater am Goetheplatz is the biggest stage in Bremen and is located at the eastern end of the ramparts.
  • One of the most visited museums in Germany is the Ethnological Museum, close to the main train station in Bremen.
  • The “Bermuda-Dreieck”
    “The best place in the “quarter” for a long pub crawl through Bremen!
  • Universum Bremen
    The Bremen Universum is a hands-on experience museum, an interactive science exhibition, where visitors are encouraged to not only look at the 250 exhibits but also try them out.
  • Pier 2 Bremen
    Housed in a former hangar belonging to AG “Weser”, Pier 2 is a venue for all kinds of events. Concerts, comedy nights, parties and, sometimes, smaller exhibitions are held there.
  • Kunsthalle Bremen
    Due to various exhibitions, the Bremen Kunsthalle has become one of the most important art museums in Germany in recent years.
  • Wolfgang Loock Weserstadion
    The Weserstadion in Bremen offers soccer and much more. It is located in the near of the hotel.
  • Paula-Modersohn-Becker-Steg in den Wallanlagen Bremen
    This bridge is actually in the middle of the city, in the ramparts between the Kunsthalle and the Theater am Goetheplatz. Just a few metres further and you’re in the middle of the city and the quarter.