Ghotel Hotel & Living Braunschweig

Dresdenstrasse 10, Braunschweig, Lower Saxony, 38124, Germany
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Braunschweig from London

by mudflaps

What is the cheapest and/or easiest way to get to Braunschweig from London?

Re: Braunschweig from London

by mayafly

i haven't researched this at all, but i would guess flying ryanair to berlin and then taking a train to braunschweig would be the simplest way, and that's probably about as cheap as it gets. braunschweig is about 1-1 1/2 hours from berlin.

Re: Re: Braunschweig from London

by sabsi

The nearest bigger airport is Hannover. You might be lucky to get a good rate to there.

The train from berlin is quite expensive.

Sabs

Re: Re: Braunschweig from London

by sabsi

I just checked at http://www.hannover-airport.de.

Air Berlin connects Stansted with Hannover once a day. British Airways has 3 flights a day from Gatwick, BM/Lufthansa have 3 a day from Heathrow!

Try http://www.airberlin.de for the best deals probably.

Sabs

Re: Braunschweig from London

by Sjalen

Yes I tried to go by train from Wolfsburg to Berlin once and that was hideously expensive!

Re: Re: Braunschweig from London

by mayafly

i'm surprised...i just went to goettingen (which is farther than braunschweig or wolfsburg) from berlin several weeks ago and it was only 55 euro roundtrip on the most expensive train (ICE).

Re: Re: Braunschweig from London

by sabsi

I just checked train connections and prices. Braunschweig - Berlin Hauptbahnhof takes 1:17 by ICE. A one way ticket costs € 41,80. If you book a train earlier you might get reductions tho!

Sabs

Travel Tips for Braunschweig

Five Cities In One - Plus A Castle

by Kathrin_E

Medieval Braunschweig had a unique structure. It consisted of five separate cities: Altstadt, Neustadt, Hagen, Altewiek, Sack. Each of them had its own constitution, its own mayor and council, a city hall, market square and, except one, its own parish church. The castle in the centre, however, belonged to the Dukes of Braunschweig.
All five cities were surrounded by a common fortification. In the run of the centuries the five formed a common council which acted in affairs that concerned the whole city. The five parts still kept their separate administrations till 1671.

Altstadt:
Market square: Altstadtmarkt
Parish churches: St Martini, St Petri, (northern part), St Michaelis (Western part)
City Hall: Altstadtrathaus (Altstadtmarkt) - medieval building still existent

Neustadt:
Market square: Wollmarkt
Parish church: St Andreas
City Hall: Neustadtrathaus (corner Küchenstraße/Höhe/Hagenbrücke) - late 18th century building restored after WWII

Hagen:
Market square: Hagenmarkt
Parish church: St Katharinen
City Hall: gone (turned into an opera house in 1690, demolished in 1864)

Altewiek:
Market square: Ägidienmarkt
Parish church: St Magni
City Hall: gone (demolished in 1752)

Sack:
Market square: Sack
Parish church: - (St Ulrici in Altstadt)
City Hall: gone (demolished in 1739)

Alter Bahnhof - Old Train Station

by Kathrin_E

The magnificent former station building was erected in classicist style by Carl Theodor Ottmer in 1843-1845. In town it is still known as Alter Bahnhof. Since it was a dead-end station, the train tracks were transferred in the 1960s, and the station was substituted by the new central station in the southwest of the city.

The front part of station hall was then turned into a bank building. All that is left of the original building is the restored facade.

Location and tram/bus stop: Friedrich-Wilhelm-Platz

Guild House

by Leipzig

At the northern side of the Burgplatz is located the Guild House. It was built in 1901 with original components of a house of 1530. The Guild House has always been the seat of the Craftsman's Association.

Magniviertel (Magni quarter)

by sabsi

Magniviertel is kind of the "quartier latin" of Braunschweig. Little shops, bars and the location near the river make it a lovely place for a walk. The Rizzi House is located here as well as Magni Church.

Landschaftliches Haus

by Kathrin_E

Landschaftliches Haus ("House of the Landscape") was the place where the estates of the country met for their sessions - in other words, the first parliament building in the Duchy of Braunschweig. The classicist building was planned by C. G. Landwagen and erected in 1794-1799.

In World War II the building was badly damaged and most of the ruin was later torn down. Only a part of the porch with the columns remained. I still remember the ruin well from my youth in Braunschweig. Reconstruction of the house did not begin until the 1980s.

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