ATLANTIC Hotel Galopprennbahn
Covid-19 – "current information"
When planning your trip, please take into account that all persons who have not been completely vaccinated or recovered must present a negative antigen rapid test (not older than 24 hours) or a negative PCR test (not older than 48 hours) for the accommodation upon arrival (one test upon arrival and twice a week during the stay).
Children under the age of 14 years are exempt from the test requirement as well as people with complete vaccination protection against SARS-CoV-2 or proof of recovery.
Please present the relevant proof (vaccination certificate, replacement certificate from the vaccination center or medical certificate) at the hotel reception upon check-in.
Guests arriving from a foreign high risk or virus variant area are required to present a negative Corona test not older than 48 hours at check-in.
The ATLANTIC Hotels comply with the applicable federal government regulations on entry and quarantine regulations and follow the hygiene recommendations of the RKI (Robert-Koch-Institut). Current information for travelers entering from a risk area can be found here.
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Last update: 24 September 2021
The Hanseatic City of Bremen offers a variety of reasons to visit. Curious globetrotters will find numerous stimuli for interesting, entertaining and remarkable explorations in the smallest federal state in Germany.
Harbour, trade and business metropolis Bremen! The Hanseatic city is also the city of knowledge and, simultaneously, the cultural centre of an entire region – quite simply, a city that is right in the thick of things. The city can look back at a history spanning more than 1,200 years. From the baroque and renaissance ambience of the market square, in the presence of the city hall and Roland, and right up to the patrician houses and Schütting – Bremen’s tradition-steeped chamber of commerce – you will find numerous architectural witnesses to its history. The historic heritage is preserved in loving attention to detail: Böttcherstraße, for instance, which once used to be a street in which craftsman worked and today is the art and cultural centre, as well as a highlight of European cultural history. Or the Schnoor quarter: a picturesque old city quarter, adorned and beautified, and Bremen’s most popular tourist attraction.
Bremen is worth (more than) a visit – come and convince yourself!