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Bremen

Bustling life between historical walls.

As a trading city, Bremen has always been very open – and it still is today. Young people meet up between the brick houses and half-timbered houses. And they like being outside in summer as it’s a good way to make contact quickly. Maybe, someone will tell you the tale of the Town Musicians of Bremen.

Youth camps

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Highlights

  • Hanseatic city Bremen Photo: Getty Images

    Hanseatic city Bremen

    Do you know the four Town Musicians of Bremen? They are ambassadors and landmarks of the city. Or is it perhaps Roland? Find out!

  • Mudflat hiking Photo: Colourbox.de/Melanie Lemahieu

    Mudflat hiking

    It gets dirty and muddy. The tides uncover secrets that otherwise remain hidden under the water’s surface.

  • World city Hamburg Photo: Colourbox.de/Dar1930

    World city Hamburg

    Hamburg has always been one of the world's most important ports. The Speicherstadt (City of Warehouses) from the 19th century is now a World Heritage site.

For example: arts workshop, badminton, barbecues, basketball, cinema, city walking tours, cycling, disco nights, dramatic arts, flea markets, foosball, gymnasium, handball, jogging, museum visits, playing fields, soccer, swimming, table tennis, tennis, volleyball

Supervised transfer from the airports Hamburg and Bremen

A transfer service between the airports Hamburg (HAM) and Bremen (BRE) and the course location in Bremen will be offered from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the official arrival and departure days (waiting times may be involved).
 
This costs EUR 150 for arrival and departure. You can register for the transfer up to 4 weeks before the start of the course. Please use our online form to register.
 
One of our employees will be waiting at the transit area exit in the arrivals hall to greet the children when they arrive.
 
He/she will be carrying a Goethe-Institut sign and will have identification. For organisational reasons, we cannot tell you the name of the employee until three days before the start of the course, at the earliest.
 
On the departure day, we will accompany your child as far as the airport check-in.
 
In the event of the flight being delayed, please note that a transfer outside the official transfer times will not be possible. In this case, you will have to take a taxi instead. The costs from Hamburg airport are around EUR 220 and from Bremen around EUR 20.

Individual arrival by plane

You can also organise your arrival yourself. The most convenient airport is Bremen (BRE). A taxi transfer from the airport to the course location costs around EUR 20.
Destination address: Lidice-Haus Bremen, Weg zum Krähenberg 33 a, 28201 Bremen

Individual arrival by train

You can also organise your arrival yourself. The nearest train station is Bremen. A taxi transfer from the train station to the course location costs around EUR 15.
Destination address: Lidice-Haus Bremen, Weg zum Krähenberg 33 a, 28201 Bremen

Contact prior to arrival

Please direct all of your questions and messages to the Goethe Institute's head office in Munich before the course starts: 
jugend@goethe.de
Phone: +49 89 15921-800

Address and telephone numbers during the course

​Goethe-Institut
Lidice-Haus Bremen
Weg zum Krähenberg 33 a
28201 Bremen
Germany

Phone and E-mail: will be communicated on Friday before the course starts.

Young learners course blog

blog.goethe.de/jugendkurse

Further information

Hannah, 23, supervisor on the youth camps Photo: Goethe-Institut/Thomas Koy

“We manage to get along with each other on the courses in a peaceful, happy and tolerant manner – so you think to yourself: it's not that difficult and it must be possible for the rest of the world to manage!”

Hannah, 23, supervisor on the youth camps

Any other questions?
We would be happy to advise you:

Any other questions? +49 89 15921-200 We would be happy to advise you: jugend@goethe.de