GERMANY  |  Lower Saxony, Germany Travel Guide
Thursday, October 1, 2020

Lower Saxony , Germany


Destinations in Lower Saxony (6)

  • Celle, Germany

    Celle is a pretty town, situated in the north-central German state of Lower Saxony. It is most famous for its half-timbered houses – there are more than 480 of them in the center of its old town! – and its picturesque...

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  • Goslar, Germany

    Goslar is a small yet lively historic town in the Harz Mountains, situated on the Gose River at the foot of the Lower Saxon Hills. It is most famous for the Mines of Rammelsberg, situated just to the south of town, which over the...

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  • Hamelin, Germany

    Hameln, Hamelin in English, is inextricably associated with The Pied Piper of fairy tale fame. The town itself is quite charming, and historic to boot, with several interesting buildings, but the famous Rat...

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  • Hann. Münden, Germany

    Hann. Münden is an absolute gem of a town, situated in the Weser Valley at the confluence of the Wera and Fulda rivers, where the two join to form the river Weser. It is filled with centuries-old half-timbered and Weser...

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  • Hanover, Germany

    Hannover, Hanover in English, is situated on the River Leine. It is the capital of the German state of Lower Saxony, and a major center of northern Germany. It is a city of greenery and cultural events, known for its...

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  • Hildesheim, Germany

    Hildesheim is one of the oldest cities in northern Germany, situated on the river Innerste, a tributary of the Leine, in the German state of Lower Saxony. It is best known for its rich store of half-timbered houses and Early...

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