Walking in BREMERHAVEN / Germany ­čçę­čç¬

The Seaside City of Bremerhaven was founded in 1827 as a North Sea harbour for Bremen. Today it’s the fourth-largest container port in Europe and also has several attractions for tourists who enjoy maritime activities.

Coming from the train station by local bus we are on the Columbusstra├če. We have a nice view of the Deutsches Schifffahrtsmuseum which we will pass on our way to the Deichpromenade.

It’s a beautiful day (in September 2020) so we enjoy the sunshine and also watching some boats going over a sluice towards the harbor (with a litte timelapse).

The second half of the video we see more of the central city of Bremerhaven with the pedestrian B├╝rgermeister-Smidt-Stra├če where many shops are located.

We walk this street towards the end back to Theodor-Heuss-Platz and Columbusstra├če and end our tour on the Kennedy bridge over the river Geeste.

0:00 Columbusstra├če
2:00 Deutsches Schifffahrtsmuseum
5:00 Deichpromenade
10:00 Willy-Brandt-Platz
12:30 Neuer Hafen
20:30 Promenade Neuer Hafen
26:30 Keilstra├če
28:00 B├╝rgermeister-Smidt-Stra├če
30:00 Werftbrunnen / Marktplatz
31:30 Continuing on B├╝rgermeister-Smidt-Stra├če
34:00 Theodor-Heuss-Platz
37:00 Karlsburg
38:00 Back on Columbusstra├če
39:00 Kennedybr├╝cke

Filmed in September 2020

Camera: Osmo Pocket in 4K60
Mic: Zoom H1