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The weather in Bremen
Check out the climate diagram for Bremen. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 23°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under -1° in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Ancient and contemporary art await with Bremen holiday homes
Bremen, Germany is a cultural and industrial capital in its own city state, and a triumph of taste. Holiday lettings here position you perfectly for trips the Bremen's daughter city Bremerhaven at the mouth of the River Weser. This historic artists' colony echoes the cultural attractions of Bremen, amid tidal flatlands and seaside atmosphere.
Innovation and exoticism
Ubersee Museum is unlike any other in Europe. Immerse yourself in exotic cultures and far-flung continents in this impressive collection of exhibits of world culture. Discover animal dioramas and unusual flora, and feed your imagination.
Kunsthalle Bremen is an impressive 150-year-old temple to art, and the first museum in Germany to launch a children's computer game. You'll see masterpieces spanning 600 years of art history. Meanwhile, the Kupferstichkabinett is one of the most important collections of graphic art in Europe.
Wandering around the 46-acre Rhododendron Park in Bremen puts you in one of the world's largest rhododendron gardens. The unique collection of over 3,000 breeds blooms in spring, when the Botanical Garden is a sea of colour. Year-round you can learn about the plants in the vast glasshouse.
Böttcherstraße combines culture, history and art into one street. The medieval lane was updated in the 1920s with red brick houses and intriguing facades. You'll find an art museum, statues, fountains and the Hoetger Bringer of Light relief on this compact cultural haven.
The Bremenale is a bright celebration of culture by the Weser River. For five days every July the family-friendly festival illuminates Bremen with circus tents, art, jugglers and children's games. There's also theatre, dance and poetry readings at the festival which continues long into the night.
Don't miss the markets at Schlachte Embankment, Überseestadt and Vegesack, some of Bremen's most attractive districts, or the Osterwiese and Freimarkt summer funfairs.
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