Abbreviation for Bremen, Germany


Bremen has a long history as Hansaby and is welcoming with its cozy medieval center and pleasant atmosphere. It is good for the soul to spend a few hours in the city center, sit down in a sidewalk restaurant or visit the city’s many museums, bars or restaurants. But by all means don’t think that Bremen is an old-fashioned city. Here is a thriving business world, innovative cultural activities and residents who have a proud and conscious relationship both to their past and present.

Bremen regularly offers major sports attractions, and the whole city is proud of its great football team, Werder Bremen, where our own Rune Bratseth once ruled as captain. But most proud are the town’s inhabitants of the Beck’s beer brand, one of the world’s most famous beer brands and referred to as one of the best there is.

Bremen and Acronyms

City Profile

  • Abbreviation: BRE
  • Country: Germany

In winter, Bremen has great Christmas markets and if it is cold enough that the ice on Weser has settled, it should be possible to go ice skating on the river. As you understand, Bremen can be visited year-round. Just remember to bring clothes for the season.

Bremen does not have the largest sights in Europe, but the town hall is considered by many as one of the most beautiful in our continent, and is of course on UNESCO’s World Heritage list.

If you like to shop, see art, attend a festival or simply disconnect from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, then Bremen is not a bad choice at all. Bremen is a nice acquaintance, not too big or too small, with a short distance from Norway and prices that are not at all daunting.

Bremen Facts

Bremen – northern Germany’s second largest city.

Population Around 550,000
Official language German
Control Form Republic
Religion Roman Catholic (34%), Protestant (34%)
Time Difference No
Currency Euro. Most credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Diners, AmEx) are accepted in most major locations, but some stores only accept German bank cards. ATMs are available almost everywhere.
Tips on restaurants Around 10% is common if you are satisfied with the service.
Embassy The Norwegian embassy in Germany is located in the capital Berlin. The address is Rauchstrasse 1. Tel: +49 (0) 30505050.
In Hamburg there is a Consulate General with telephone +49 (0) 40 3250 9160.
Tourist Findorffstrasse 105. Website
Telephone +49 (to Germany)
Emergency Police 110. Fire / Ambulance / Accidents 112
Electricity 220 volts, the same two-pin contact system as in Norway.
Holidays and Holidays January 1st, Good Friday, 2nd Easter Day, May 1st, Ascension Day, 2nd Pentecost, October 3rd (National Day), 1st and 2nd Christmas Day.
Visa Not required for Norwegians.
Vaccinations No vaccines are required.
Water Can be drunk from the tap, but bottled water is recommended
Nearest major cities Hamburg, Hanover, Oldenburg, Osnabrück.
Safety Slightly violent crime, but be aware of pickpockets in crowds.

BRE: Bremen, Germany - Bremen

List of Bremen Acronyms

The most commonly used abbreviations about Bremen is BRE which stands for Bremen. In the following table, you can see all acronyms related to Bremen, including abbreviations for airport, city, school, port, government, and etc.

Abbreviation Meanings
EDDW Aerodrome Bremen
BBIM Bremen Bancorp Inc. Missouri
BECOME Bremen Classic Motorshow
BCM Bremen Classic Motorshow
BCR Bremen Core Repository
BIBA Bremen Institute of Industrial Technology
BRE Bremen, Germany – Bremen
BNBN Business Net Bremen Niedersachsen
CBIB Centre for Biomolecular Interactions Bremen
DDKB Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen
FTTB Fachverband Tisch Tennis Bremen
FMAB Filipino Martial Arts Bremen
HB Hansestadt Bremen
IUB International University Bremen
JUB Jacobs University Bremen
RB Radio Bremen
UB University of Bremen