Hannover is an administrative center of Lower Saxony, Germany. The city is located on the Leine River, in the place where mountain massive Weserbergland meets Luneburg Heath. Hannover is 160 km away from North Sea and 200 km away from Baltic Sea. The highest spot of the city is Kronsberg Mountain that is 118 meters high. The population of Hannover estimated over 518 thousands of people in 2008.
1. Buses remain the most optimal type of public transportation. All buses ply in accordance with a strict schedule. There are two types of fares of public transport – a day and a night ones. The...
Today Hannover is known as an industrial and economic center. This is also the largest exhibition city of Germany. In 2000 here even took place the famous international exhibition Expo. It’s worth mentioning that industrial exhibitions and fair trades often take place in Hannover. The city also has a large international airport and a port.
Old part of the city is great for unhurried rest where you can walk on small streets, visit Markt Church and Old Town Hall.
Tourists are recommended to mix rich excursion program offered by Hannover with walks through beautiful parks, famous shopping streets and colorful markets. The city is also home to a beautiful zoo -...
There are many parks, gardens and ponds in Hannover. Here you can have rest, breathe fresh air and even make a walk on a cutter. Hannover offers a special route for tourists. This route is called “red line” and it features 36 sights of the city that will be visited by tourists during this excursion. The adventure starts on the main railway station of Hannover and is continued on pavements of the city. While walking on the “red route” tourists will see Kroepke Square, new town hall, the building of the local opera, Sprengel Museum, Kestner Museum, and the museum of Lower Saxony.
Marienburg Castle is located in suburbs of Hannover. Here are exhibited historical and cultural artifacts. The museum has saved its historical design and keeps decorations in which lived last members of royal family of XIX century.