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Even though Hannover is Germany's thirteenth largest city, its airport is now the ninth biggest - highlighting the growing tourism interest in Lower Saxony. The Airport is situated to the north of the city and connected via the A352 airport link road - an 11 km direct route into the CBD. There’s easy access to autobahns leading to Hamburg and Bremen in the north, Berlin in the east and Frankfurt in the south.
There are 8 main car rental operators at Hannover airport including Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz, Keddy and SIXT, all of whom partner with DriveNow. This allows us to provide the widest possible choice of vendors and vehicles at the airport making it easy to compare and book the best available deal. The car rental centre is located between Terminals A and B and accessible via an undercover walkway from the arrivals halls.
Established in 1952, Hannover Airport came of age in the early seventies when 2 new terminals were built using a radically new compact design that achieved worldwide acclaim and emulated elsewhere. Those terminals are still in operation today with a third, Terminal C, opened in 1998.
The airport is everything that you would expect from a modern international facility servicing destinations across Europe, Africa and the Middle East. If you are looking to enhance your experience at Hannover Airport, one standout option is the VIP Services. Covering a number of different packages, officials at the airport will meet you at the plane, help with baggage, customs and immigration - and that's just the arrival service!
In case you were wondering: Traditionally Hanover was the English spelling for the German Hannover. In recent years the German version has been adopted internationally.
While Hannover doesn't attract the great tourism fanfare of neighbouring cities such as Bremen and Hamburg, the city stands proud in the state of Lower Saxony - offering a unique perspective on northern Germany.
Certainly what stands out in Hannover is the modern architecture. During World War II, Hannover was heavily bombed by Allied Forces, which forced the city to undertake a major rebuild project across the region. As a community, Hannover lost many important heritage buildings, but regrouped to raise the city back to prominence. Today, Hannover supports more than half a million people, has a strong reputation for industrial technology, is well-known for its stance on environmental protection and hosts Germany’s second largest Oktoberfest. Hannover might not be the largest city in Germany, but it just might be the one that showcases the best of German society.
While the history of Hannover dates back to medieval times, the bombings of World War II mean that most of the city’s architecture is post 1945. Of course, this isn't always a bad thing, with New Town Hall a great example. Originally erected in 1913, the magnificent castle-like building is a major landmark in Hannover. However, it was heavily damaged before rising from the ashes in the 1950s. Now, the Wilhelm II style building with a 100m observation platform represents the strength of this city through even the toughest times.
Hannover is also known for its green, open spaces and deep connection to the environment. As such, make sure you check out these lush landscapes:
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