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The Royal Gardens of Harrenhausen are one of Hanover's biggest tourist attractions. Based on the Versailles Garden, Harrenhausen has been part the landscape since the 17th century and features botanical gardens, statues, and greenhouses, among other highlights.
Marienburg Castle is located 20 km south of Hanover and is considered one of Germany's most important Gothic revival castles. Set among dense forest, the castle is a fascinating glimpse into the previous royal family of Hanover. The grounds and certain parts of the castle are open to visitors.
New Town Hall
New Town Hall is one of Hanover's grandest buildings, and also the home of the mayor of Hanover as well as its political center. Happily, the building is open to visitors and it is well worth spending an afternoon exploring its art and miniature recreations of Hanover before strolling around the gardens.
Hanover's Historic Museum covers the city's history from its founding in 1100 right through to the bombing the city sustained during World War II and to modern day Hanover. The museum covers the period of 1714 to 1834, when Hanover had strong ties with British Royalty, in detail.
Attend a Show
Hanover is an excellent place to attend a cultural event, be it an opera, play, or symphony. In particular, try the opera house (Staatsoper Hannover); it has been hosting performances for over 150 years and continues to host a variety of shows in the glamorous theatre.
Welcome to Hanover
Discover the historic yet metropolitan city of Hanover with cheap Condor flights to Hanover Airport and explore a German city and its cultural hinterland. Hanover, located on the River Leine in Lower Saxony, is not a typical German city. Largely decimated by bombing during World War II, Hanover has reinvented itself as one of Germany's most important economic cities by hosting some of the world's most prestigious exhibitions, which give the city an energetic and invigorated atmosphere.
In addition, Hanover also hosts the second largest Oktoberfest in the world and features excellent shopping and restaurants in the Kröpcke area of the city. Another highlight is the Eilenriede, a park twice the size of New York's Central Park where visitors can cycle, ride horses, sunbathe, or simply enjoy a stroll through the woodland.
Once you've arrived in Hanover, use public transportation or taxi to reach the city center. The most straightforward method is to take the take S-Bahn train from the airport, which is inexpensive and takes roughly 17 minutes.
However, you'll need to take a taxi if you land between 1:30 am and 4am, which takes around 15 minutes.