Your journey to your Hotel in the Central of Hanover

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Your journey to prizeotel Hanover-City

Hamburger Allee 50, 30161 Hanover

The prizeotel Hannover-City is centrally located on the Hamburger Allee and is only around 800 meters away from the Hannover main station. From the hotel, it's super easy to explore the city by foot, including trips to the old city district with its beautiful Marktkirche, to the "Old City Hall" ("Altes Rathaus") or the Kröpcke. The Maschsee, the Hannover adventure zoo or the Herrenhäuser gardens can easily be reached by bus or train. 

The best way to reach the prizeotel Hanover-City if you're travelling... foot from the main station:
Please take the exit Raschplatz at the main station and then take a left in the direction of the TV tower. After around 200 meters of walking along the left side of the Hamburger Allee, you'll cross the street when you arrive at the end of Rundenstraße and then just follow the street leftward. In about 400 meters, you'll find the prizeotel Hanover-City on your right side. bus from the main station: 
At the main station, you'll take the exit Ernst-August-Platz and then get on the bus line 128 in the direction of Nordring. After four stops, please get off at Welfenstraße and you'll be right in front of the prizeotel Hanover-City.

...from the Hannover airport:
Right at the airport, please take the S5 in the direction of Hameln. After six stops, you'll reach the Hannover main station and from there you can either take the bus or walk (see above).


Parking at the hotel

Should you arrive by car, our parking lot, which is under video-surveillance, will be available for you. You can purchase the parking ticket at a price of 12 EUR per night, the payment and activation of the ticket will be made directly at the machine. 

In case our parking lot should reach its maximum capacity, you can try looking for a spot in the Welfenstraße or Bonsastraße behind the hotel. Alternatively, you can also use the third lane of the Hamburger Allee to park between 7 pm and 6 am. There, parking is not prohibited during that time period. 

Of course you can contact our team at any time, at the reception you'll receive more tips
on alternative parking possibilities all around our location.

Here, we've put together some highlights in Hanover for you.

You can go for a relaxed stroll through the city center to the Kröpcke and then pass by the famous Niki-de-Saint-Phalle-Promenade. The direct path to the city will lead you to the Hamburger Allee in the direction of the TV tower/main station and as you keep walking along the main station, you will end up right in the middle of the city. 

From there, it's only a short walk to the old city (you absolutely have to check out the Kramerstraße!), the Marktkirche and the Old City Hall (altes Rathaus). If you don't feel like walking the entire way, you can get on the subway line U3 in the direction of Wettbergen at the main station and get off after two stops at "Markthalle/Landtag".

You are guaranteed an awesome day if you plan on checking out the Hanover adventure zoo. To get there, take the bus line 128 (the stop is right in front of the hotel) in the direction of Peiner Straße. After nine stops, you can directly get off at the "Hannover Zoo". 

The Nanas are one of the most famous tourist attractions in Hannover. The easiest way to get there is to take the U17 at the main station in the direction of Wallensteinstraße and get off at Clevertor. Now you're right on track and you just need to follow the shore along the left side. After a short walk of around 300 meters you'll have reached the Nanas. 

You'd like to go to Maschsee just take the bus line 100 at the Opernplatz/stop Kröpcke in the city until the Sprengel museum. It will lead you to the north shore where you can decide for yourself if you prefer walking through a cute little grove or rather stroll along the promenade. A beautiful place for a short or long break is the restaurant Pier51.