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Hannover is an atypical European city. No need to search here for centuries-old buildings. Hanover suffered a lot during World War II, so only a few quarters of the 19th century remain. Otherwise, even the Old Town district can be considered “new”, built only 40 years ago. But the largest exhibitions of anything are held here and in general there is always something to entertain yourself with.
Hannover Airport is located in the German state of Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen), north of Hannover. Everything is as in classical Germany: very clean, as clear as possible navigation, fairly fast and high-quality service. Many local restaurants are open around the clock, so you can even spend the night at the airport. Long queues and delays do not often happen here, but you can still count on the fact that all customs controls will take about an hour.
Hannover-Langenhagen Airport is the second in Germany by the number of flights to Eastern Europe. Hannover can be an ideal hub for a transfer between the start and end points of the trip for many travelers from this region. Firstly, there are many flights to Spanish resorts. Secondly, in Hannover itself, you can spend several days with pleasure. And from the airport it is easy to get to the center and back. More on that later...
Langenhagen Airport is connected to the city by a comfortable and fast high-speed rail line. The airport train station (S-Bahnhof) is located under one of the three terminals.
S-Bahn S5 is the fastest way to get between the airport and the city. Travel time is only 18 minutes. At the same time, trains leave every 30 minutes from 04:00 to 01:30, that is, almost all day. On the way to Hannover Main Station, the S-Bahn stops at some intermediate stations. So explore the route if you want to go closer to your hotel. A ticket for $ 4 can be bought in a vending machine at the station.
Ask any person what German cities he knows. Most likely, well-known names like Berlin, Munich or Cologne will sound in response. At the same time, almost no one will remember Hannover. Perhaps this is one of the most underrated cities in Germany. A hidden gem that is rapidly gaining popularity, but is still not crowded with tourists. At the same time, there are a huge number of fascinating activities that will help make the weekend of the traveler amazing.
These royal gardens are Hannover's most famous landmark. There are four unique gardens at once: the Great Garden, Berggarten, Georgengarten, Welfengarten. The Great garden is the main venue for festivals, concerts, theater performances. Something exciting is constantly happening in the garden. On the other hand is Berggarten, which recently turned 300 years old. Georgengarten has a museum of caricatures and graphics. And at Welfengarten you can visit the University of Hannover with its beautiful architecture.
No need to deeply understand architecture to appreciate the magnificence of the New Town Hall of Hannover. This amazing palace building looks luxurious in itself. But even better is the view of the city from its observation deck at an altitude of almost 100 meters. In addition, there is a unique parabolic elevator that takes tourists to the top. An absolute must-see in Hannover.
You can find not only typical German food among the popular dishes of Hannover, but also some special local products.
Locally produced German sauerkraut, sausages, and frits are popular dishes and are served in all local pubs.
Welfenpudding is a sweet white dessert with yellow topping. A typical Hannover dish, prepared in honor of the coat of arms of the ancient Welfen family.
Smoked eel is a very popular dish in the villages along the river.
Grünkohl mit bregenwurst is a popular winter stew of cabbage with local spicy sausages.
Hochzeitssuppe is an unusual soup that includes chicken stock, chicken, noodles, asparagus, raisins, meatballs and eggs.