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Der HafenBus

Bremerhaven, Germany
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The largest number of automobiles and the freshest fruits are transshipped here, goods ranging from coffee and beer to the most impressive heavy goods are im- and exported here, the most specialized ship yards are located here, and last but not least here you will find the longest river quay of Europe! The tour starts at the German Maritime Museum, leads you through the city and the Harbor Worlds (Havenwelten) passing along many museums and other tourist attractions as well as through Bremerhaven's global harbors. You will experience the Seaside City from its most fascinating side, then only with the HarborBus can you experience the hustle and bustle of the large harbor and ship yard operations right up close. Through the totally restricted areas of the Overseas Harbors, right next to luxurious cruise ships and the ocean giants, which travel the world's oceans - amazing!
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Gizmo T wrote a review Jul 2020
Arnis, Germany88 contributions32 helpful votes
Took this ride some days ago, while in Bremerhaven. Had to book in advance, due to Covid-19, but booking was easy and fast. The bus takes you on a 1,5 hour trip around the harbour. They said, it might take a little longer, due to opening of bridges, or trains crossing. So, if you are on a tight schedule, you should know that, before booking. The guide had a good knowledge on what is going on in the harbour, his explanations were funny, too. Only, they were in german. Don`t know, if there are tours with an english speaking guide. You`ll get to see the cruise ships, ship yards, the container terminals, you`ll see the container carriers in action. The bus enters restricted areas, so bring your passport. You`ll get to see a lot more, too. It`s really worth taking this tour!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Camila N wrote a review Aug 2019
121 contributions18 helpful votes
If you like Ships, then this round Is amazing for you. If you tell me that maybe ships are Not your thing, after seeing the Port and the big ships that Bremerhaven recieves as Well as knowing about the Containers movement and the cars Industrie, you will like Ships and all this round. Better on a Sunny day, but it Is complicated in Bremerhaven. We saw the Ice breaker Polarstern which belongs to AWI and goes to the Antartic and Artic. Price was 11 Euros per Person
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Linatravels wrote a review Sep 2017
Bremerhaven, Germany223 contributions39 helpful votes
It's a must do if you visit Bremerhaven to take a tour with the Hafenbus. They offer a standard city tour every day as well as a tour de fish on Saturdays which are both very interesting. For special events you can also book a tour de wind where you learn everything about energy production with wind mills.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Karen L wrote a review Aug 2017
Coevorden, The Netherlands13 contributions1 helpful vote
Up close and personal... amazing to see the megacranes and ships operational even on a Sunday and to learn about the history of the old harbours, the fish harbours and the new, industrial harbours. Entertaining very passionate live tour guide doesn't stop talking for two hours. Only in German though. Passport/ID obligatory.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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ERIK S wrote a review Sep 2015
Lorrach, Germany101 contributions67 helpful votes
get close to the ships with Hafenbus. see container lifters carry heavyweight boxes on-board ships from a glimpse.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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