Covid-19 – "current information":
Touristic travelling in the federal state of Bremen is possible again since 21 May 2021.
When planning your trip, please take into account that you must present a negative corona test upon arrival, which must not be older than 48 hours.PCR tests and rapid antigen tests (carried out by a test station) are accepted.
Children under the age of 14 and people with full vaccination protection against SARS-CoV-2 or proof of recovery are exempt from the obligation to test. Please present the relevant proof (vaccination certificate, replacement certificate from the vaccination center or medical certificate) at the hotel reception upon check-in.
In the case of professional, medical or compulsory socio-ethical trips, no test is required upon arrival.
Guests arriving from a foreign risk, high incidence 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: 12 May 2021
Experience the numerous possibilities for discovery and get a whiff of Hanseatic maritime air!
Vegesack once was a flourishing seafarer and fishing village along the Weser, and it has retained its maritime character to this very day. Wherever you go, historic buildings and monuments remind you of the Vegesack wharf and fishing history. It’s not for nothing that the Vegesack maritime mile is a tourist highlight. The maritime mile offers a mixture of tradition, history and urban culture. It extends from “Schulschiff Deutschland” (School Ship Germany) up to Regina tugboat and breathes life into Vegesack’s history.
Something simply every visitor must try is a typical Vegesack young herring meal in one of the traditional pubs along the harbour mile, which offers a view toward the museum harbour and its numerous traditional ships.