My Bremen – EuropahafenTourism
I love cycling around Überseestadt to see how it’s changing. I especially like the mix of old buildings (and ships) and new buildings (and boats). My favourite stop is Europahafen.
This pretty space has become even more interesting since Schuppen Eins opened. And not to forget the marina. For a change, I’m not writing much today. Instead, I want to use these images to give you an idea of the inviting atmosphere in Europahafen. So do as I do – grab a camera, jump on your bike and explore Europahafen, one of my favourite places in Bremen!
(Click on one of the images and view the entire image gallery)
According to recent statistics, the Hanseatic city of Bremen is Germany's greenest big city, with 60 square metres of green space per inhabitant. The many parks and green spaces in the city include world-class spaces, such as the Bürgerpark and the Rhododendron park, both of which are of German and even world renown. By its own account, Bremen is home to the world's largest collection of rhododendrons. Let's take a walk.Learn more
The greenest major city in Germany is Bremen - with an average of 60 square metres of sports, leisure and recreation space per person. Parks, sports facilities, but also water areas invite you to relax from the hustle and bustle of the city every day.Learn more