The Perfect Place in Germany: Bremen Town Hall & Bremen Roland; Laura Longwell; Travel Addicts

In the center of Bremen’s Old Town stands the most perfect building in Germany. At least as far as we’re concerned. This brilliant structure dates all the way back to 1405, so it’s full of history and the secrets of countless mayors and leaders. It’s the home of a fabulous, subterranean restaurant that’s been welcoming visitors and local wheeler-dealers for hundreds of years. And it holds thousands of bottles of German wine in the vaults of its 600-year-old cellar. For our interests, the Bremen Town Hall is absolutely ideal.


Although 60 percent of Bremen was destroyed during World War II, somehow the city’s glorious Town Hall (Rathaus) made it through unscathed, along with a good section of the picturesque market square.

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