Bremen International Airport is less than 4 kilometres from the centre of the city of the same name in northern Germany, and serves mainly European capitals and holiday destinations.
Bremen Airport consists of a main passenger terminal, which is divided into three sections, and Terminal E, which is operated entirely by the low-cost airline Ryanair, for which Bremen Airport is the base.
The airport is categorised as ‘BRE’ by the International Air Transport Association.
The official website of the airport is www.bremen-airport.com.
From the airport to Bremen
Nothing could be easier! Bremen Airport is already within the city limits, so getting to the centre is no problem.
Right at the exit of the main terminal, across the street, is the stop of tram No.6, which passes through the Old Town and Central Station. Its terminus is the University of Bremen (Universität).
If you have exited Terminal E, then the tram stop is on the right-hand side, you only need to walk a little further.
Tram interval: every 10 minutes.
To get to the heart of Bremen, you will need a Domsheide stop and a 9-minute journey time.
Tram fares are €2.70 for adults and €1.40 for children. You can buy tickets from a ticket machine inside the tram (just make sure you have the change beforehand).
The tram is the only means of public transport linking the airport with the centre of Bremen.
If you decide to take a taxi, it will cost you about €15 to €20 for a ride downtown.