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    New city hall Hanover

    New city hall, Hanover

    Even though it looks much older, Hanover's city hall was build in 1913. Visitors can go all the way to the top of the dome for a marvellous view of the city.

    Maschsee Lake

    Maschsee Lake

    This artificial lake near Hanover is a popular recreational area. Locals love to enjoy their free time on or near the lake.

    Flights to Hanover

    Hanover is the capital of Lower Saxony, located on the Leine river, at the edge of the North German Lowlands. It is considered the greenest city in Germany. The city of the philosopher and mathematician Leibniz offers an exceptional collection of museums, green spaces, narrow streets to walk around and impressive monuments. This city is a perfect blend of modernity and tradition, ideal for family holidays or a city trip with friends.

    What to do in Hanover?

    1. The route of the “red line”: this is a 4.5 km itinerary created by the tourist office, which allows you to visit the centre and see 36 interesting places in the city. You can stop at Marktkirche, the Opera House, the August Kestner Museum and the New Town Hall.
    2. St. Egidius Church: although this 14th-century church was badly damaged during the Second World War, you can still see the bell tower and part of its setting
    3. Built in 1499, the House of Leibniz is a renaissance-style building where he lived for 30 years. You can learn more about the life of the famous mathematician and philosopher.
    4. The Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen: This Baroque garden was founded by Princess Sofia in the early 19th century. Walk along these beautiful flower beds, statues and fountains.
    5. The New Town Hall: in this remarkable monument, you will not only have a panoramic view of the city but can also visit the museums it houses and see a model of the city of Hanover.
    6. The Opera Theatre, also called Staatsoper Hannover, is considered to be the most remarkable in Europe. Built in a classical style in the 19th century, this opera has been used as the royal theatre because of its large size and now it is one of the most beautiful theatres. Its season runs from September to June.
    7. For revellers: nights in Hanover are very lively. Among the most famous clubs you will find the Capitol, Zaza and the Men’s Factory for dance lovers.
    8. Sprengel Museum: This museum is dedicated to modern art and you will find significant collections here, such as paintings, sculptures, photography and multimedia art.

    Practical information for your trip to Hanover

    • Flights arrive at and depart from Hanover Airport. You can get to the city centre with the S-Bahn in just 17 minutes.
    • Current local time in Hanover:  
    • Currency: Euro. Cash and credit cards are the most common form of payment.
    • Country dialling code and Wi-Fi access: The country code for Germany is +49. Wi-Fi can easily be found for free at bars, cafes and restaurants.
    • Electric sockets: Plug type C and type F (2 round pins). The electrical system runs on a 230 V and 50 Hz power supply.
    • Travel Information: As part of the Schengen zone, most EU/EEA citizens don’t need a passport to visit Hanover. However, citizens from other countries will need a valid passport and may need to apply for a Schengen visa prior to travel. For specific information visit:
    • Vaccinations: There are no vaccinations requirements to visit Germany. For more health information, visit the website

    Dos and Don’ts in Hanover

    • At restaurants, taxes and service are included in the price. Germans generally leave a maximum tip of 5 to 10% of the bill. If you want to do the same, know that you should not leave the sum on the table, but give it directly to the server.
    • Germans are usually very punctual, so try not to be late if you have an appointment.
    • In public places, Germans have a very calm attitude. Stay discreet so as not to shock them.
    • To buy souvenirs, we recommend going to Georgstraße. No need to bargain for the prices, this is not in the habit of Germans.

    Local phrases & essential vocabulary

    Learning some German phrases is always much appreciated by locals. Here is a German survival lexicon that can serve you every day :

    • Hello: Guten Tag (morning, day) Guten Abend (evening)
    • Goodbye: Auf Wiedersehen (formal) or Tschüss (informal)
    • Yes/No: Ja/Nein
    • Please: Bitte
    • Thank you: Danke
    • Do you speak English?: Sprechen Sie Englisch?
    • Where are the toilets?: Wo sind die Toiletten?
    • To order a beer: Ich hätte gern ein Bier, bitte
    • Excuse me: Entschuldigung

    Cultural events in Hanover

    • Fireworks Competition: This is an international pyrotechnics competition that takes place every year in the Royal Garden. Five countries have been competing here for more than 20 years.
    • Hanover Fair: The world’s largest trade fair for industrial technology and innovation. All key sectors of the industry are present for this annual meeting.
    • Fencer’s Day: This feast takes place in July and lasts 10 days and 10 nights. A traditional fair is installed there. Its most awaited moment, the parade of the shooters, takes place the first Sunday.
    • Maschsee Lake Festival: This festival takes place on the edge of the lake and is accompanied by concerts, shows, fireworks, attractions, ...

    When to go to Hanover?

    Hanover is a very rainy city and has no dry seasons. The most favourable months are from May to October. If you don’t like the cold, avoid going in winter. Temperatures can sink below 0° Celsius.

    What to eat in Hanover?

    • Birnen, Bohnen und Speck: this is a dish made of pears, green beans, bacon and potatoes.
    • Grünkohl mit Pinkel: this dish is made of kale with smoked oatmeal sausage.Grünkohl mit Pinkel: this dish is made of kale with smoked oatmeal sausage.
    • Labskaus: salted meat or corned beef, potato and onions. This dish can also be served with red beets and herring.
    • Bremer Knipp: oat porridge with pork and beef, served with bread or potatoes, cucumber, pumpkin, apple puree or beetroot.
    • Linseneintopf: this soup is made from lentils, vegetables, diced potatoes, bacon and pork sausages.
    • Speckkuchen: this is a quiche made from rye flour with a mixture of eggs, cream and leeks, diced bacon and spices.
    • Rouladen: these are rolls stuffed with meat and wrapped in thin slices of beef braised with filling, accompanied by mashed potatoes and red cabbage. You can enjoy these rouladen at Broyhan Haus and – why not – accompany them with a beer.

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