Are you looking for a trade fair accommodation for your stay in Hannover? Find a large selection of cheap trade fair accommodations in Hanover!
The trade fair of Hanover is located outside of the downtown boundaries, in the district Laatzen. Someone who is looking for a trade fair accommodation in Hanover and additionally would like to stay cheap and central should inform oneself about possible deals. Apart from the many trade fair hotels in Laatzen, private hotels constitute an interesting alternative. Especially during the CeBIT it is necessary to hurry up to get an appropriate trade fair accommodation in Hanover, because they are in high demand.
Trade fair accommodation in Hanover - A city of superlatives
Relating to trade fairs, Hanover is one of the superlatives in the world: Hanover belongs beside Berlin
to the most important trade fair cities in Germany. The exhibition center "German Mass" is with almost 500.000 square meters the largest trade fair in the world. Every year the world's largest computer exhibition, the CeBIT, and the largest industrial trade fair in the world, the Hannover trade fair, take place in Hannover. Annually attract nearly 60 national and international visitors to the city, the show then the show room in Hanover. An early booking of accommodation is recommended. Alternatively, you can look around the surrounding area. Hemmingen, Saarstedt and Hildesheim are all located south of Hanover and have easy access to the fairgrounds.
What offers Hanover beside its fairs
Anyone for whom likes to see, aside from a visit to the fair, more of Hanover, should pay the town a visit. Here is the market church from the 14th century, the marketplace and the market that are one of the landmarks of Hannover. For those with art-historical interest the Holy Cross Church, in which an altar painting by Lucas Cranach the Elder is to be seen, is worth a visit. In a guided tour of Hanover the "Red Thread" helps to link 36 attractions on a distance of approximately four kilometers. The barrier-free trail begins at the Ernst-August-Platz, across from the main railway station, and ends at the Ernst-August-memorial by the station. On the way one comes past at various churches, the Opera House, the Waterloo Column, the Historical Museum, the line lock, the old town hall and market hall. Book your cheap trade fair accommodation
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