Am Wall

The Bischofsnadel leads from the Domshof to the Wall.

The Bremen ramparts were part of the Bremen city fort.

After the city was defended more than 200 years ago, the defensive bulwark with a moat became the first public park in Germany with watercourses, viewpoints and many works of art.

The shopping street “Am Wall” invites you to an extensive

Emerged in the 19th century, the section between Herdentor and the “Altenwall” in particular has developed into
an address over the decades that not only makes the hearts of
architecture enthusiasts beat faster, but above all offers a
multitude of exquisite shops.

Here you can go shopping on an indoor promenade in all weathers.

You’ll discover furniture stores, boutiques, bookstores and galleries as you stroll through the shop windows.

If you are looking for something special and exclusive, the mostly owner-managed shops are your right contacts.

The wide range of restaurants, cafés and bars with a view of
the green ramparts leaves nothing to be desired: Canova in the
Kunsthalle, guard 6 in the old police house, Lemon Lounge,
Medio and the Wallmühle are always worth a visit.