Bremen Airport is a small regional airport located just 4km from the city of Bremen. This lively city is beginning to rival short break destinations like Cologne and Hamburg. There is quality dining, stylish shopping, lively nightlife and a picturesque waterfront. Getting into the city centre is fast and cheap on local trams.
The region has received an influx of British visors in recent years thanks to direct flights with Ryanair. The low-cost airline currently operate routes from London Stansted, Manchester and Edinburgh. This is a quiet airport used by less than 20 airlines. Arriving and departing is a very relaxed experience and moving on from the airport is fast and hassle free. The airport has a small collection of shops and café/snack bars.
Tel: 49 (0) 421 5595-0
Tram number 6 connects the airport with the main Bremen railway station and the city bus station. Trams leave every 10 minutes or so and cost about 2 euros. Journey time is approximately 12 minutes. There are also direct bus connections with Groningen, Oldenburg and Hamburg.
A taxi to Bremen train station will cost around 12 euros and take about 20 minutes.
The only direct flights from the UK are with Ryanair.
London Stansted Manchester
Considerably more expensive indirect flights are available from UK regional airports with airlines like Swiss Air, KLM, Germanwings, Lufthansa, Air Berlin and Air France.