The Old Town of Bremen is situated on the right bank of the River Weser and offers a lot of sights. Especially noticeable is the Bremen Cathedral which, together with the town hall and the Bürgerschaft, makes up the market square. The cathedral has two towers, one of which can be visited. There is one of the oldest Roland statues in Bremen’s Old Town. Roland statues were built in Germany as a sign of Freedom and market rights. The one in Bremen, along with the town hall, has been a World Heritage Site since 2004. A part of the Old Town that’s definitely worth a visit is the Schnoorviertel, which consists of many small streets and densely built houses from the 15th and 16th century. The area “Viertel” (“Quarter” or just “District”), which extends to the districts Ostertor and Steintor, has a lot of theaters, museums, streetart and a lively nightlife. Everyone interested in culture looking for an apartment in this part of Bremen will feel right at home.