The havenhostel is located in the heart of Bremerhaven, directly at the Kaiserhafen. From here, the popular student city is at your feet. Fresh air lovers enjoy the stiff breeze during a walk on the Weser dike. Others observe the hustle and bustle in the harbour. For those hungry for knowledge and for shopping queens, the Havenwelten offer unique places to go.
From Bremerhaven to the wide world - a saying with a long tradition.
This is where the most cars and the freshest fruit are handled, goods ranging from coffee and beer to heavy goods are imported and exported and, last but not least, Bremerhaven is known for the longest river quay in the world.
In the middle of the 19th century, the seaside town rose to become the largest emigrant port in Europe. From here, many people set out for America to seek their fortune.
The Klimahaus Bremerhaven 8° Ost is a unique world of knowledge and experience on the topics of climate, climate change and weather and a global pioneer as a climate experience world. Here you will sweat, freeze, marvel and laugh – and above all meet people from all over the world who talk about their everyday lives and report on how the prevailing climate affects their lives.
The internationally recognised research achievements of the German Maritime Museum (DSM) are visibly expressed in the exhibitions in the buildings and in the open-air area. They make the DSM a place that invites visitors to experience maritime history from its beginnings to the present day.
Bremerhaven has a maritime side that has been hidden – even from many Bremerhaveners. Whether on land with the HafenBus or on the water with comfortable ships through the overseas port area, the fishing port or to Helgoland, you will see Bremerhaven from a new perspective.
An original World War II submarine in the museum harbour of the maritime city of Bremerhaven. Submarines of this type revolutionised submarine construction worldwide. Due to their advanced technology, they were able to remain under water for their entire mission and maintain a relatively high speed for the first time.