This artificial lake, built by the unemployed in one of the earliest Nazi-led public-works projects, is now a favourite spot for boating...
An excellent way to get your bearings in Hanover is to visit the Neues Rathaus (built 1901–13) and travel 98m to the top in the curved...
Decorative arts through the ages are the focal point of the Kestner Museum, where you’ll see everything from Bauhaus-style cutlery to a...
A great place to sit and have a summer-afternoon coffee overlooking the central Stadtpark .
Mr Phung Kabuki
Boats bob by on the water-based sushi train, but you can order all manner of pan-Asian and wok dishes at this airy, trendy restaurant...
Sprengel Museum information
Lonely Planet review
The Sprengel Museum is held in extremely high esteem, both for the design of the building as well as for the art housed inside. Its huge interior spaces are perfectly suited to displaying its modern figurative, abstract and conceptual art, including a few works by Nolde, Chagall and Picasso. At the core of the collection are 300 works by the artist Niki de Saint Phalle, a selection of which is usually on show. Take bus 100 from Kröpcke to the Maschsee/Sprengel Museum stop.