Carnival in Bremen.

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The Bremer Karneval or the Carnival of samba is Germany’s biggest samba and mask carnival. This carnival is a colourful, intoxicating and dazzling street party with percussionists joining from all over Europe.

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Many of the sights in Bremen are found in the Altstadt (Old Town, map), an oval area surrounded by the Weser River, on the southwest, and the Wallgraben, the former moats of the medieval city walls, on the northeast. The oldest part of the Altstadt is the southeast half, starting with the Marktplatz and ending at the Schnoor quarter.

The idea of organizing the celebration of the famous Brazilian dance belongs to students of Bremen Dance School. This holiday has impressed the local people so much, that success has been totally predicable. Within just several years a modest Brazilian party has turned into a large-scale carnival, which is attended by thousands of people.

Nowadays a grand procession of dancers is accompanied by orchestra and theater groups that organize fascinating and engaging performances right on the streets of the city.

 

Public transport.

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BUS: MeinFernbus | Stations & Destinations — Germany’s largest long-distance bus company. + FlixbusBerlin Linien BusPostbusMeinFernbusDeinBus. Information on almost all bus routes in Germany – BUSRADAR.com. (*Intercity buses in Germany)

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Karneval in Bremen.

Menschen tanzen auf der Straße. Farbenprächtige Kostüme und Masken ziehen euch in ihren Bann. Unzählige Trommeln verleihen der Bremer Innenstadt einen Hauch von Rio. Seid dabei, wenn der größte europäische Sambakarneval die norddeutsche Weserstadt an den Zuckerhut verlagert und den hiesigen Februar mit südamerikanischen Klängen verzaubert.

video source: BREMENbewegt / youtube.com /

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Deutsche Bahn.

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Berlin Art Link: A digital platform for contemporary art and culture in Berlin, providing information on exhibitions, events, and festivals.

Goethe-Institut: A worldwide organization promoting German language and culture, with branches in many cities across Germany, providing information on cultural events, exhibitions, and festivals.

Time Out Berlin: An online guide to Berlin’s cultural life, providing information on events, festivals, and nightlife.