Loccumer Hof-vch

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Kurt-Schumacher-Str. 14/16, Hannover, Lower Saxony, 30159, Germany
Hotel Loccumer Hof
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All means of transportation PASS

by mtandon

Hello,

I am going to be coming to Germany for the first time. I do not know much about the train/buss passes etc. However, I was wondering what would be the cheapest deal that would include easy/anytime transportation on any means of transport, especially on weekends, when I would like to go outside of Hannover as well as Germany, to the neighboring countries.

Re: All means of transportation PASS

by abalada

Hannover and surroundings:
GVH (Greater Hannover Transport Association)
http://www.gvh.de/index.html?&L=1
GVH tickets cover regional trains, trams and buses.
There is a wide range of tickets: single tickets, day passes, monthly passes ...
The GVH area is divided into zones

state Lower Saxony:
Lower Saxony Ticket (2-5 persons) EUR 27,00 or Lower Saxony Ticket Single (1 person) EUR 19,00
This is a day ticket covering all regional trains in the states Lower Saxony, Bremen and Hamburg. Also all networks like the GVH, i.e. all means of local public transport there. These are the colored areas shown on the below map.
http://www.bahn.de/regional/view/mdb/pv/planen_buchen/liniennetzkarten/2008/MDB43631-liniennetzplan_niedersa_br_2008.pdf
Validity:
Mo-Fr from 9am till 3am next day
Sa,Su from midnight till 3am next day

Please note that the above tickets do not cover far distance trains like IC/EC or ICE.

Germany
One option is e.g. a German Rail Pass
http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/prices/intercontinental/german_rail_pass.shtml

Eurail offers also various passes for 2 or more countries
http://www.eurail.com/

These passes make not always sense. If you plan ahead you can also get cheap special tickets in advance. Just check with the DB timetable for offers. At earliest 89 days before traveling. Latest 3 days for most specials - albeit most will be sold out by this time.

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: H

You can use "H" as a shortcut for Hannover Hbf (main railway station).

Travel Tips for Hannover

Herrenhäuser Gärten (Royal Gardens)

by chancay

The baroque garden and park ensemble of Herrenhausen in Hannover is a remarkable example of the traditional art of landscape gardening.

The baroque garden ensemble, one of the greatest and most beautiful in Germany, , was founded in 166 by Duke Johann Friedrich of Calenberg. Ist preservation and further development are owed mainly to one remarkable woman: Sophie, princess-elect of Hannover and mother of the first "Hanoveranian" on the English throne, was of english descent and needed a garden. And so the baroque ensemble was created, with trees, hedges, numerous special and model gardens, a great fountain with surrounding waterworks, maze garden, open air theatre, many statues and sculptures, cascades, a grotto and a palace (destroyed in 1943), gallery und orangery buildings.

Today, even without the palace, it is one of the city's most popular attractions, with its garden festivals, the baroque fireworks and theatre performances during the summer months. have a look at my travelogues, some more pictures

Silence belong the road

by elgin99

Inmidst the town centre or on the way to the Welfenschloss (and to University buildings) you watch some old cemeteries. Anyway, everywhere you find in the centre suddenly some peaceful and green places, like that. Streets wirh noise... and suddenly silence. Because of such green isles or one old church, little park or if you reached the big Town Park, or belong the river Leine.

I like Hannover because that town is really a "green" one, also with many lakes and forests, parks and silent (romantic) corners. And after some miles you are "outside" in the nature.

I flew to Hannover from Paris...

by lavell

I flew to Hannover from Paris on a direct flight - very simple.
Getting around Hannover was remarkably easy, once I had worked out where the hotel was situated.
- train from Hannover airport to the main train station downtown
- bus from the train station to just by my hotel
Couldn't be easier
Walking has a lot to recommend itself - the centre of Hannover is compact and very interesting, and some of the old streets can only be explored on foot

Markthalle

by nepalgoods about Markthalle

Markthalle is not really a restaurant but a market hall, where you can buy many different kinds of fruits and vegetables. If you need something very exotic, you'll find it here!

But you can also just have your breakfast at one of the many foodstalls, your oysters at the fish shops or a soup or what ever you like to eat. Most meals are very cheap and fresh. Markthalle is also the place, where people meet after fleamarket on Saturday or just have a beer or a glas of wine. I recommend specially "Bei Toni", where you find the best Capuccino in town and some Italian specialities.

Quite the mishmash

by jayhawk2000

They have flung together a lot of different exhibits here, from natural history and prehistory to fine art and ethnography.

The vivarium is a treat with its many fish tanks full of colourful specimens (we found Nemo) as well as toads, lizards and snakes (yech).

We passed the 'bones and stones' section in favour of the art which began with a series of medieval gilded altarpieces and worked its way up to the Impressionists. There were far more rooms than I expected and to be honest fatigue set in after a spell. There is rather a lot of dull Flemish landscapes, awkward Mannerist allegories and a poor Monet which combined to overpower the Masters like Cranach, Raphael, Holbein, Durer, Rubens and Rembrandt who also are on view here.

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Address: Kurt-Schumacher-Str. 14/16, Hannover, Lower Saxony, 30159, Germany