Decorative arts through the ages are the focal point of the Kestner Museum, where you’ll see everything from Bauhaus-style cutlery to a...
This 46.3m column commemorates the victory of German, British and Prussian forces over Napoleon in the Battle of Waterloo in June 1815.
The Renaissance façade of the Leibnizhaus is a reconstruction; the house was once the home of mathematician and philosopher Gottfried...
A great place to sit and have a summer-afternoon coffee overlooking the central Stadtpark .
This huge covered market of food stalls and gourmet delicatessens is fantastic for a quick bite, both carnivorous and vegetarian.
Waterloostrasse 1 · interesting places nearby
Hanover’s most popular beer garden has a lovely stand of trees, low prices and a large screen that shows German League football (soccer) matches, and always the Hannover 96 game.