1. Outward facing - from an early age
Bremen is a cosmopolitan city with an international population, proudly hosting scientists from all around the world. So English-language teaching and courses are naturally offered as standard at its universities. And an international school and multilingual nurseries promote integration and understanding in all age groups. As a traditional Hanseatic port, Bremen has benefited from exposure to and interactions with a wide range of nations for hundreds of years. This has rubbed off on its inhabitants. Open-minded and multilingual, Bremeners will welcome you to their midst.
2. A sea of green
Are you out and about outdoors? Close your eyes and listen. What can you hear? Birds twittering, trees rustling, water tumbling. Open your eyes again. What can you see? A sea of green in all directions!
You can experience moments like this right in the middle of the city. Bremen's 150 year-old Bürgerpark is an oasis of parkland and enchanted undergrowth, where thoughts of city life and work are quickly forgotten. Boasting 2,311 hectares of green areas and parks, Bremen is Germany's greenest city. The large number of recreation areas is particularly striking for business people from global cities such as Shanghai, Atlanta, and Istanbul. Here in Bremen it's easy to flee the hustle and bustle of the city and leave the stresses of work behind you. The Rhododendron Park is another great place for some relaxing downtime. With more than 3,300 varieties of rhododendron, the park has the second largest collection of this plant genus in the world.
Why are these green, unspoilt areas important for Bremen? Green surroundings and clear air have been shown to have a positive impact on the motivation and quality of life of its inhabitants!
As well as relaxing, you can enjoy many activities in Bremen's Bürgerpark