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While Hanover may lack the historical buildings of some of the other German cities, having been particularly hard hit during the Second World War, it’s still a great place to visit.
In recent years, it’s been dubbed ‘Expo City’ on account of having hosted many of the biggest exhibitions in the world, including the huge CeBit computer expo, together with the Football World Cup in 2006.
Arrive by air and you’ll land at Hanover Airport, which is just a 15-minute ride away from the centre if you book one of our airport shuttle buses.
We offer fast private airport transfers to Hanover for both groups and solo travellers. Contact us now to find out more.
While public transport in Hanover is excellent, if you want a more personal touch, why not rent a minibus in Hanover through RentABus.com?
We have a fleet of comfortable and modern minibuses, coaches and limousines at your disposal, making group travel around the city easy and stress-free.
You won’t need to rent a minibus in Hanover to go shopping as most of the major shops are located in Kröpcke, a large pedestrian shopping area right in the heart of the city. There are also plenty of places to eat and drink there too.
Take a tour around the Altstadt and while it may appear new at first glance, it’s actually been rebuilt from all the old houses that were left standing around the city after the bombings in WWII.
However, this doesn’t mean to say that it’s not picturesque or that it has no atmosphere. With its red-brick Gothic Marktkirche, the Altes Rathaus and the Ballhof, there’s plenty of stunning photo opportunities.
For a bird’s eye view of the city, visit the Neues Rathaus and travel in the curved lift to the observation platforms which, at 98 metres high, will give you unrivalled views across Hanover and over to the Deister hills.
To get a picture of what life was like under Hanoverian rule, a trip to Castle Marienburg, one of the most important neo-Gothical historical buildings in Germany, will certainly give you a taste of life at court.
Art lovers will enjoy visiting Sprengel Museum with its collection of modern figurative, abstract and conceptual art by esteemed artists such as Picasso and Niki de Saint Phalle.
If you want to experience the more laid-back Hanover, you’ll find plenty of green spaces in the city, from the baroque Herrenhäuser Gärten to the manmade Lake Maschsee. Hanover is also home to the largest urban forest in Europe, the Eilenriede.
Inspired by the gardens at Versailles, the Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen lie about 5 kilometres north of the centre, and if you’re planning a group visit to see these important historic landscapes, you may want to hire a minibus with RentABus in Hanover.
We’ll get you there in comfort and pick you up again when your visit is over. While you’re there, don’t forget to visit the Grosser Garten with its statues, maze, grotto, and the tallest fountain in Europe.
For visitors who love the natural world, a visit to Sea Life on Herrenhauser Strasse offers both a wonderful selection of fish and a rainforest, while Hanover Zoo is one of the best zoos in Europe, with over 2,000 animals from all over the world.
Whenever you need reliable and affordable transportation to get you around Hanover, simply get in touch with RentABus.com. We provide some of the most inexpensive minibuses and coaches for hire in Hanover, and we have a fleet of comfortable minibuses, coaches and limousines at your disposal.
That’s why more and more people are choosing to hire a minibus in Hanover with us and why we’re gaining an enviable reputation for being the best minibus hire company in Hanover.
Contact us today for more info.