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  • Tips for Finding an Apartment in Bremen

    Situated in the North of Germany on the river Weser, Bremen is a historic city of 2.4 million people and is the tenth most populated city in Germany. Although probably most well-known for Becks beer and the Bundesliga football club Werder Bremen, Bremen itself has much more to offer culturally and economically. Its port on the River Weser has made it the second-largest economic hub in Northern Germany (after Hamburg), creating high demand for short-term apartments in Bremen. The city is split in to 23 different districts and the most popular of them are described below.

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    • Living in Bremen-Neustadt

      Located near the airport and the River Weser, Neustadt is popular among couples. There are many cafes, restaurants and bars situated in Neustadt so lots to do for young people in the evenings. Rent prices for furnished apartments in Bremen-Neustadt are slightly higher than other districts due to its thriving nightlife and shopping opportunities.

      • The Neighbourhood in Bremen-Neustadt

        Neustadt is best-suited for the social and outgoing, who will enjoy the buzz and good cuisine. Neustadt has a thriving alternative scene that is a draw for many young people. It is also home to the most vibrant shopping street in Bremen.

      • Rent Prices in Bremen-Neustadt

        Prices in Neustadt are in the mid-range for apartments in Bremen with an average one-room apartment coming to €670 - 1000 per month.

    • Living in Bremen-Findorff

      Findorff is the most central district in Bremen. Due to its proximity to the University of Bremen, Findorff is home to a high student population, yet there are also many green areas which attract families with young children.

      • The Neighbourhood in Bremen-Findorff

        Living in Bremen-Findorff is convenient in that the neighbourhood contains and the Hauptbahnhof (central train station) as well as the Bürgerpark (city park), which includes a petting zoo. Findorff is a busy district that is steadily growing in popularity.

      • Rent Prices in Bremen-Findorff

        Expect to pay slightly higher rent in Findorff, with standard one-room apartments starting around €700 per month reaching up to €1100 per month.

    • Living in Bremen-Walle

      The district of Walle is positioned in the North East of the city. Like in Findorff there are many green spaces including Walle Park. Walle is home to a vibrant mix of people from all different nationalities and cultures.

      • The Neighbourhood in Bremen-Walle

        The unofficial motto of Walle is "In Walle wohnen sie alle!" essentially meaning all are welcome! Walle has great infrastructure including restaurants, schools an art gallery and even an ice rink. Additionally, old German architecture is displayed alongside modern buildings.

      • Rent Prices in Bremen-Walle

        Apartments in Walle are relatively inexpensive compared to the rest of Bremen with one-room flats for around €550 - 1000 per month.

    • Living in Bremen-Gröpelingen

      Historically Gröpelingen was a district composed mainly of immigrants working at the port. While the district has maintained its multicultural composition, it has become more diverse and popular amongst young families due to its affordability.

      • The Neighbourhood in Bremen-Gröpelingen

        Residents of Gröpelingen enjoy the tree-studded Oslebshauser Park which also has three small lakes. Other highlights include a Promenade along the river Weser and a variety of shops and restaurants from all over the world.

      • Rent Prices in Bremen-Gröpelingen

        While many families call Gröpelingen home, young singles have populated the area as well due to inexpensive rent. Gröpelingen is the most affordable district in Bremen. One-room apartments range between €500 - 950 per month.

    • Living in Bremen-Schwachhausen

      Located in the East of the city of Bremen, Schwachhausen is a suburban district home to mostly middle- and upper-class residents. The area has few apartments, but a number of larger properties including furnished houses for rent. If you are looking for a quieter neighbourhood, Schwachhausen is for you.

      • The Neighbourhood in Bremen-Schwachhausen

        Schwachhausen is where many corporations and start-ups are located yet it also provides a healthy dose of nature with the Bürgerpark and the Stadtwald (city forest). Buildings are well-maintained and the district is known for being peaceful and pleasant.

      • Rent Prices in Bremen-Schwachhausen

        Prices in Schwachhausen are the highest in Bremen, starting at €850 per month for a one-room apartment, going up to €1200.

  • Living in Bremen

    Bremen is a typical mid-sized German city and life in Bremen reflects that. There is a delightful old town to stroll around in on lazy Sundays, vibrant nightlife Thursdays through Saturdays, traditional Christmas markets in December and efficient transportation. While finding a short-term apartment in Bremen isn’t the only part of settling in, life in Bremen is easy to adapt to. Below are our tips to navigating your first weeks in the city.

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    • Transportation in Bremen

      Many modes of transportations are possible in Bremen. For example transportation by water is also possible with the Weser Ferry. Tickets for adults cost just €2.30 for a return journey. For a little more money it is also possible to take your bike along.

      • Public Transport

        Public transportation in Bremen is simple, fast and efficient. With a solid network of buses and trams that drive all over the city, residents of Bremen find it easy to get around. A day ticket, valid on all forms of public transport in Bremen, costs 8 euros a day. Tickets for longer periods of time are also available. Additionally, Bremen has an S Bahn (local rail) to access nearby towns such as Bremerhaven.

      • Car Sharing

        Car sharing is very popular in Germany as it is cheaper than owning a car and more environmentally friendly. Short-term residents of Bremen may find it easier to take advantage of car sharing as their preferred method of transportation. Please check that your driving license is valid within Germany.

    • Sightseeing in Bremen

      As a German city that has lived through a lot of history, there are some “must-sees” for newcomers:

      • Schnoor

        Most Germans who think of Bremen think of beautiful medieval buildings and winding streets. This type of architecture can be found in Schnoor, the oldest quarter in Bremen dating back to the 15th Century. Lose yourself in the maze of streets and discover a different time.

      • The Bremer Rathaus

        Built in the 15th century, the town hall in the centre of Bremen is an grand example of Brick European Gothic Architecture. This is where the mayor of Bremen sits and it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Bremen Cathedral, dedicated to St. Peter can also be found in the Main Market Square. It is the old Cathedral of the Prince-Archbishopric of Bremen.

      • Der Roland

        Der Roland is a statue directly opposite the Bremer Rathaus, on the main city square. Just like the Bremer Rathaus, it is a protected UNESCO World Heritage site. It was erected in 1404 and depicts Roland, a hero of the Battle of Roncevaux Pass, as protector of the City.

      • Die Stadtmusikanten

        The famous statue dedicated to the Brothers Grimm tale, 'The Town Musicians of Bremen' was erected in 1953 and can be found next to the Rathaus. They say if you rub the horse's shoes of the statue your wishes will come true.

      • Böttcherstraße

        Böttcherstraße is a famous street in the Old Town of Bremen, well known for its unusual architecture. Only 100 meters long, this street is a perfect example of Brick Expressionism and is protected by the monument protection act.

      • Die Schlachte

        Die Schlachte is a promenade in Bremen that runs alongside the River Weser. It was previously a harbour but is now home to multiple restaurants and beer gardens. It is especially nice in the summer!

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    • Helpful Services in Bremen

      A strong service sector and a wealth of small- to medium-sized businesses provide lots of ways to make it easier to settle in Bremen.

      • Car Sharing

        Cambio is a car sharing program available in Bremen with multiple stations to pick up cars. Registration is quick and you are able to use their cars at leisure by being charged by the minute or by the kilometre.

      • Cleaning Service

        Mr. Cleaner offers affordable and efficient cleaning services for your apartment in Bremen with flexible scheduling.

      • Food Delivery

        Deliveroo and Foodora offer fast and reliable food delivery from tasty restaurants all over Bremen. It is possible to order online or via app.

      • Gym Membership

        For fitness enthusiasts, or those looking to stay in shape, fitX fitness studios is a fully equipped gym for both cardio and weight training and has three locations in Bremen. For those looking for a premium option, Fitness Galerie Neustadt is an exclusive gym with a sauna.