Know one thing about one person, don't hear it. It is said that Germans are too rigid, and what I have seen and heard is ~ they will help me when they see me carrying my children with my luggage, and when I see me walking around in confusion, they will ask if they need help? Yesterday’s red line tour (Hannover’s tour route was drawn with a red line on the ground and just walked along). Because I couldn’t see the road construction, I met a biker and they would help me find it by bike until I found it! Look at the pasta in these small street shops, they are actually very lifelike!
Hannover is a place very close to the city center. There are many beautiful things to enjoy here. The architecture is also very simple, all made of masonry and the atmosphere is quite distinctive.
Entrance fee is 6€/person, it is said that there are many flowers in summer and the fountains big and small are very nice, but this year it was winter, it used to be the palace, it was a pleasure to see, have a chance to visit it in summer.
The Hannover Grand Garden is one of the most famous European Baroque gardens. The Duke of Calenberg started to build this garden as early as 1638. Over the past three centuries, the owners of the garden have changed their dynasties, and the garden has been rebuilt and expanded to a large extent.
It's a very large estate, and it's said to have a long history, and it's quiet and rich in vegetation, and it's worth a walk.
There are many beautiful things in the Hannover Grand Garden. You can also enjoy the vegetation and flower coverage in this garden. This garden is also a huge green belt in Hannover with good air.
A great garden with fresh air and unique greenery
Preston_Dominguez: Herrenhuser Str. 4, 30419 Hannover
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended herrenhauser Garten,Berggarten,Jewish Cemetery,Kulturzentrum Faust,Museum Schloss Herrenhausen