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The story is told of the Musicians of Bremen, domestic animals (A donkey, a cat, a dog, and a rooster) reaching retirement age. Because they were no longer useful to their masters, their masters decided to do away with them. Discovering their masters’ plans, each animal sneaks out at night and all 4 coincidentally meet and decide to go to Bremen, a city known for its freedom in those days.
Does that story strike a chord in your heart? We are all free spirits unfortunately bound by chains society (and the need to survive) have placed us in. And like the 5 musicians, a time always comes when enough becomes enough and you just have to break free and chase your dream. Either by taking a vacation or going off for good. You need your Bremen.
They did it on foot (more like hooves, paws, and talons), but you can do it by RV. An RV rental in Bremen could be the key to the freedom you are looking for. Or simply that well-deserved break.
Bremen is a very ancient city that has been inhabited since 12 000 BC, making it a rich city when it comes to culture, relics, and exciting attractions. Many battles for freedom have been fought on its soils. Some have been lost, while some have been won. Hopefully, your Bremen RV rental quest for peace and a good vacation will be one of those recorded in Bremen’s history as a victory. If you partner with one of the best RV rentals company, it will be.
Bremen, northwest Germany is a city straddling the beautiful Weser River which pours out into the North Sea a mere 31 miles away. As an industrial and commercial it is known for its role in maritime trade. As a tourist destination, it is known for its rich history, art, beautiful views, and gothic architecture.
Bremen is full of surprising attractions that you may not find on brochures advertising the city. It is a place of wonder and awe. Some of the amazing attractions you will encounter in Bremen include:
Schnoor Viertel is one of the oldest parts of Bremen. Calling it medieval, would be more proper. The name “Schnoor” means string, and this part of town is aptly named as it looks like the buildings (from as far back as the 15th century) are strung on a winding string.
Taking a walk in this part of Bremen is like walking in around in an amazing maze filled with unique shops. For those who love antiques and curios, the maze may swallow you up as the shops here are filled with many things you will be tempted to add to your collection.
This is what brought you to Bremen, is it not? Well, maybe not the statue but the quest for freedom that it represents. It should be made a criminal offense to visit Bremen and not pass by this statue and pay tribute to these noble animals. Not only is the sculpture expertly crafted, but it evokes strong emotions to those who pass by and admire these noble creatures. The statue may not be as big as the main statue in the square, the statue of Roland the giant protector of Bremen, but it certainly wins in the popularity contest.
Yes, the Town Hall in Bremen is a tourist magnet. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, this building was built between 1405 - 1410 and the Weser Renaissance facade was added in the 17th century. The beautiful ornate decorations in this building truly turn this simple town hall into a beautiful jewel to be admired. Bremen Town Hall is the only European town hall built in the late Middle Ages that has managed to survive in its original form without being destroyed or altered.
This historic value of the town hall and the city itself definitely warrant a visit. Remember, you can RV rental in Bremen is the simplest and most cost-effective way to view the wonders of this antique of a city.
The BB go-kart track offers a thrilling driving experience for people of all ages. Set on two levels with over 5,300 square meters, the 632m course offers endless fun for individuals and birthday parties. For an afternoon of excitement, whether in the driver’s seat or as a spectator, the BB go-kart track will definitely keep you entertained.
St Peters Cathedral in Bremen tells a 1200-year history. Because of its age, it has a lot of eclectic features in its building style. But the most notable points are its 2 towers measuring an impressive 89 meters. The cathedral is also home to 8 mummies dating back 400 years.
This campground is set in a rural location with a lake and a park nearby. Access to the Bremen city center, and every other site, is very easy as the bus stop is right by the gate. Your motorhome rental will feel like home here.
Located 14 miles from Bremen and right next to the Falkensteinsee lake, you’re bound to fall in love with this campsite set in a nice nature park. There is a good transport network to take you wherever you may want to go in Bremen.
This campsite is ideal if you want to be away from the city bustle. Situated 18 miles away from Bremen, it’s an ideal place to relax. Activities here include fishing, swimming (in a gorgeous pool), and a refreshing sauna. With so much to see and enjoy in this unique city, a camper rental is your best bet as you can move between different sites. Go ahead, freedom is yours.
Are you ready to answer the call of freedom? Kindred spirits await you in Bremen, the place of freedom. To facilitate your ride to freedom, Campanda is available to offer you RV rentals in Bremen. RVs of all types to suit your budget. Go ahead. Freedom is calling.