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Hanover can easily compete with other major cities in Germany for RV rental. You can book city sightseeing tours with a double-decker bus with an experienced tour guide in Hanover. Festivals, art exhibitions, museum visits, and events are being offered throughout the city are great to see when you rent a camper in Hanover. Highlights in Hanover are, for example, the so-called “Herrenhäuser Gärten” (manor house gardens). They comprise altogether of four different gardens: the center attraction is the “Große Garten” (big garden), which ranks among the most famous gardens in a baroque style in all of Europe. The lavishly landscaped and meticulously laid gardens are certainly worth a visit. The Altwarmbüchener Moor (moorland landscapes) that spreads over 15 km2 is also worth a trip – you can either walk or bike there. Hanover's locals and visitors like to finish their daily doings and adventures with a glass of “Lüttje Lage” – a cocktail that is consumed out of two glasses and is extremely popular in that region.
Getting there with your camper rental Hanover, the A2 is perfect if you're coming from the direction of Berlin and from Dortmund/Cologne as it leads directly to Hanover. Coming from Kassel/Frankfurt or Hamburg/Bremen you can take the A7. The federal highways B3 and B6 go straight through Hanover. The city’s main railway station has good connections locally and for long-distance trips. The ICE (Inner City Express) takes you to Hanover in 4.5 hours from Munich; from Hamburg, it takes you only one hour. The airport in Hanover is in the city district of Langenhagen; it connects the city with international and domestic destinations with 55 direct flights by airlines such as Condor, Eurowings, Lufthansa, Ryanair, and SAS.
Parking with a RV rental in Hanover is possible in the center in Maschsee car park. The lot is located directly on the lake and free of charge. Other parking for RVs include Am Großen Garten 3. This lot is also in a central location, however, there is a fee of €20 per day. If you travel to Hanover during trade showtimes, parking is available for campers at the exhibition grounds opposite Hall 13 for a fee of €9 and €12 per day. You may also find parking for your RV at the lake Altwarmbüchen – in a pleasant location and free of charge. If you are lucky and find a sufficiently large enough space, you may also park directly on the roadside in Hannover, which does not cost anything.
Lower Saxony’s state capital is Hanover, which has a primarily oceanic climate. The months with the highest average temperatures are July and August, averaging 170C. But June also features already warm temperatures, with averages around 160C. This month has the sunniest hours in Hannover, however, it also has the most precipitation rates. The coldest months are January and February, with average temperatures reaching only 0 – 10C.
Tourism in and to Hanover has consistently increased in previous years and attracts more domestic visitors and tourists from abroad to the city. Day tourism to Hanover is especially high, with more than 50 million visitors annually. RVs outside of camping lots and permanent campers account for 450000 overnight stays per year.
The mild weather allows one to explore nature in and around Hanover, making it the perfect place to rent a RV Hanover for the summer months. Though Hanover is a major city, it has a natural environment with splendid gardens, moorland landscapes, and small ponds and lakes (such as the Silbersee or the Altwarmbüchener See) with sandy beaches and campgrounds. All that creates this city’s unmatched charm for you to explore and enjoy the fine weather. Popular events such as the Deistertag (a festival of and in nature) or the SNNGT-Festival with art, culture, and music happen in the summer months. Hannover’s zoo is well-known for its variety and attracts local visitors and tourists alike. Unfortunately, all these attractions increase the rental prices for a RV during these times. But wintertime also attracts visitors who stop by Hannover to enjoy the beautiful Christmas markets and sites such as the 400 square meters large “Wunschbrunnen Wald” (wishing well forest).