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Plan your next trip to the beautiful city of Hanover. This city is known as the capital, as well as the largest city, of the German state of Lower Saxony. With a population of 535,061 inhabitants, Hanover is one of the largest cities in the whole nation as well. You will be able to find this city situated on the River Leine in the south of the North German Plain. The city has a long history which can be dated back to the 1600s when Hanover was the capital of the Principality of Calenberg. Whether you want to learn about historical landmarks, attend one of the many global events or just enjoy some recreational activities in nature, Hanover will be able to grant this and more.Vacation Rentals in Hanover
With the numerous vacation rentals with stunning views available for you to choose from in Hanover, you will be able to find the ideal one for your needs. Imagine waking up in the morning and having your coffee on the patio as you feel the fresh air of the North German Plains. Spend an afternoon going for a run around the River Leine right outside of your rental property. Invite friends over for a typical German dinner followed by weissbier in your large garden. These are just a few of the opportunities waiting for you with accommodation in Hanover.
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The area and getting around
Making your trip to Hanover will be quite easy and convenient with the possibility of using multiple modes of transportation. Hanover is a major crossing point of railway lines and motorways, which means that you will be able to find plenty of trains that have routes to the Hanover Station, as well as comfortably drive to the city from all over Europe. On the other hand, Hannover Airport is one of the busiest airports in Europe and it provides numerous commercial flights to international and national destinations.Where to eat in Hanover
The number of restaurants available for you to try out while visiting Hanover will keep you delighted. Whether you are looking for a traditional German restaurant or maybe an exotic cuisine, you will be able to find this and more while visiting Hanover. If you are feeling middle eastern cuisine, head over to Al-Dar. Here you will be able to find a Syrian restaurant with an outdoor courtyard just a stone's throw from the Hauptbahnhof. Perfect for a candlelit dinner, This restaurant offers set meals for two, either a vegetarian/vegan version or with grilled lamb and fish. On the other hand, Basil is a traditional local restaurant. Situated in former stables, now the eatery has implemented a modern decor with a hip European fusion menu with regional influences.
Travelers and activities
You will be able to find many different ways to take advantage of the beautiful outdoors of Hanover. Spend your afternoon playing golf with friends at the Golf Gleidingen. Here you will be able to find a 27-hole championship course which was designed by a famous architect named David Krause. The course has hosted numerous national championships and on most days you will be able to take advantage of the greenery and play golf. On the other hand, you can go hiking on the Deister Mountain trail. This trail starts at Wennigser Mark and goes along the stream up to the Deister-Kammweg where you can have a stunning view of the surroundings from the Annaturm observation deck.Hanover for family activities
Plan to take your kids on vacation with you to Hanover and try out these fun activities altogether. Head over to Elebnis Zoo Hanover to visit the animals. This globally famous zoo is divided into seven distinct themes for each habitat of wildlife that they have. You can take a private tour of the zoo with an expert that will teach you all about the animals that inhabit it. Another great activity to do with the family is visiting the Herrenhausen Gardens. These Royal Gardens in Hanover are known to be one of the most beautiful gardens in Europe and they date back to more than 300 years.
Did you know that Hanover has numerous world-class museums, galleries, and theaters?
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This garden started in 1689 as a herb and kitchen plants garden, which then was turned into a garden for exotic plants. Now you will be able to take tours of these historical gardens and stroll through their mystic plants.2. Lower Saxony State Museum
Learn about local history. This museum has various exhibits that involve fine arts, archaeology, natural history and ethnology. You will be able to find everything from Renaissance pieces to dinosaur skeletons.3. Sprengel Museum
The museum was founded back in 1979 and the art collection of Expressionist artists was donated by the chocolate manufacturer, Bernhard Sprengel.4. Neues Rathaus
This gorgeous landmark was built at the start of the 20th in a theatrical Historicist style. Now you will be able to walk through its gardens and tour the stunning architecture.5. Maschsee
Spend an afternoon at the lake. This lake has plenty of recreational activities for you to try out, such as kayaking, paddle boarding and sailing.