The city was given the name Bremen by a local businessman to honor the city of Bremen, Germany. With an economic boost by the rail lines routed through the city, it began to develop a significant textile heritage. Today, you can explore the Southern Quilt Trail, find suits at a bargain at Sewell's, or just relax in the exploration of this small Southern town.
Conveniently located at I-20 and US Hwy 27, west of Atlanta, Bremen is the place to stay while exploring the surrounding cities of Buchanan, Tallapoosa and Waco.
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232 Tallapoosa St
Bremen, GA 30110
At the intersection of I-20 and US Hwy 27.Visit Website
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