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Hannover ROUTES EUROPE


ROUTES EUROPE IS TAKING PLACE IN HANNOVER, GERMANY FROM APRIL 8-10, 2019


An optimal design Herrenhausen Gardens is a must-see for visitors to Hannover


Hannover Airport serves one of the largest catchment areas in Germany. As the only airport in Northern Germany operating 24 hours a day, airlines can easily target an enormous market. The airport’s well-connected location with its own motorway access and train station makes it easy to reach. The city offers a variety of


attractions for all types of traveller. Tourists can visit the Herrenhausen Gardens and the picturesque alleyways of the old town, enjoy views over the city from the New Town Hall or relax at Lake Maschsee in the heart of the city. The city centre is perfect for a shopping spree while its many restaurants and cafes are the perfect way of fuelling up. Hannover is well-known as an event venue but also offers


a number of other opportunities for business travellers and those working in academia.


Hannover stands out thanks to its diverse higher education and research establishments, offering an almost endless range of study opportunities, which some 47,000 students – including 6,000 overseas students – take advantage of. Meanwhile, a fl ourishing start-up scene is further strengthened by the famous international brands and multinationals which have bases in the region. While the airport is convenient to


fl y to thanks to its many direct fl ight connections, the region is easy to travel around too. The direct links to the German motorways A2 and A7, coupled with its position as a hub on the high-speed railway route, makes it extremely accessible. Visitors to Hannover will fi nd it the ideal starting point for trips into


the Lüneburger Heide, the Harz Mountains, the North Sea or the historical towns of Lower Saxony such as Celle, Goslar or Hameln. The city is also part of the


metropolitan region of Hannover- Brunswick-Göttingen-Wolfsburg, which is one of 11 regions in Germany. About four million people inhabit an area of over 19,000 square kilometres. The metropolitan area is home


to big cities, small and medium-sized towns, urban and rural areas, and varied natural landscapes. Its economic power and central location make it an important player in Europe. For instance, the metropolitan


region accommodates the headquarters of the Volkswagen Group, Europe’s largest car manufacturer and a world-leading company in the automotive sector.


routesonline.com ROUTES NEWS 2019 ISSUE 2 93


© Lars Gerhardts


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