The Bremen Central Station is the main railway station serving the city of Bremen, in northwest Germany. Mostly referred to as Bremen Hauptbahnhof, the Bremen Central Station is the most important station not only for the city, but for the entire region and state of Bremen.
The first station of the city was opened in 1847, on the site where today lays the current Bremen Hauptbahnhof, on the line to Hanover. Other lines were later connected to the station, including the Bremen-Vegesack-Bremen line, the Bremenhaven line, the Uelzen-Langwedel line and the Oldenburg line. North of the station, another stop was opened in 1870, as the old one were overwhelmed by traffic.
Plans of a single station were decided, and the station was rebuilt between 1886 and 1891. The station was renovated thoroughly in the late 1990s, and again a renovation started in 2008.
Sightseeing near Bremen Central Station
The city of Bremen may not be one of the most popular destinations for tourists in Europe, but it is one of the most spectacular cities in the world. There are many sites worth visiting, including the Bottcherstrasse, the Bremen Stadtmusikanten Sculpture, the Rathaus, the Kunsthalle, the Markt, the Botanika, the Universum Science Center and the Ubersee Museum.
There are many hotels in the city, offering great accommodation. The Park Hotel Bremen offers excellent services for prices starting at € 220 per night, while the Mercure Hotel Hanseatic Bremen offers great rooms for prices starting at € 41 per night.
Address: Bahnhofstraße 9, 31582 Nienburg (Weser), Germany
Phone: +49 5021/8629971
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