Bustling tourists, not too many tourists, the air is very fresh, the lake is also very clean, a good place to get close to nature.
The sea paradise with lots of food and drinks along the lake shore makes it a popular entertainment area for walkers and joggers. The 6-kilometer-long route surrounding the lake extends along the sidewalk and is close to the water, making it one of the most visited parks in the city. The artificial inland water area covers an area of 0.78 square kilometers, is 2500 meters long and 180-550 meters wide, making it the largest body of water in Hanover. It has no natural inlets and outlets, and a pumping station provides water from the nearby Riclinger Kiesteichen (gravel pond). This is a place where various events are held throughout the year. One such event is the "Auspicious Festival", which turns the lakeside into a huge festival mile. It lasts for 3 weeks and has more than 2 million visitors. It offers concert highlights, water sports activities, open-air dance evenings, artist performances and A range of cuisines. We have been told that people can rent rowing boats, enjoy dragon boat races, participate in swimming, yacht races, diving, boating, water polo, kayaking, horse riding, jogging and cycling. In winter, visitors can have fun from skating and ice hockey. In short, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations and entertainment areas in the city.
Marsh Lake is especially recommended by the front desk of our hotel. It is said to be the largest artificially excavated lake in Europe and the surrounding ecology is very good. Today, I walked for almost three and a half hours, stop and go, and I was very tired. It can only be said that the surrounding area of the lake is not very interesting, but the ecology is excellent. Many people walk, run, ride bicycles, roller skating, etc., and there are people playing sailing and kayaking on it. There are the new city hall, a museum, and a university in the surrounding area, and transportation is relatively convenient. There is a lack of food and water, as well as toilets.