Easily reach top event venues and attractions in Hannover, Germany

Near the fairground and several business centers, our hotel also offers easy access to a variety of museums, parks, and historical sites. Explore Hannover, Germany on the "Red Thread" walking tour, which connects 36 attractions around the city center. Visitors can also catch a sports match or concert at ZAG Arena and stroll through the Herrenhäuser Gardens. Check out some of our suggestions for nearby attractions below.

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Hannover Adventure Zoo

4.55 mi / 7.33 km from the hotel
See animals from all over the world at this zoo, including rare Rothschild giraffes, elephants, chimpanzees and gorillas, plus Canadian wolves, bison and caribou.
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Hannover Maschsee

3.79 mi / 6.09 km from the hotel
Enjoy a fun day out at this large artificial lake, popular with swimmers, boaters and joggers. In the winter ice skaters play ice hockey on the frozen lake.
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Hannover-Herrenhausen Historic Gardens

6.82 mi / 10.98 km from the hotel
Experience the varied styles of this massive garden campus left by the Kings of Hannover, featuring botanic and vegetable gardens, plus Baroque architecture.
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Old Town Hall

4.74 mi / 7.64 km from the hotel
While visiting Hanover, don't miss the stunning Old Town Hall, known locally as Altes Rathaus. Dating back to the 15th century, it was Hanover's first town hall, and much of the red brick building was restored after World War II.


4.84 mi / 7.79 km from the hotel
Hanover's central square sits at the crossroads of the city's main streets. In addition to the many restaurants and shops that surround it, Kröpcke is home to the locally famous Kröpcke Clock, a replica of the city's first city center clock.

Marienburg Castle

10.52 mi / 16.93 km from the hotel
Wander through the corridors of this preserved 19th century castle and learn about the history of Lower Saxony and one of its royal families. Book a guided tour or explore on your own. Visitors can also go up to the top tower, where they meet with a bird's eye view of the surrounding valley.