Lower Saxony GuideLower Saxony is a federal state in northwestern Germany. It is the second largest state by area and fourth largest by population among the country's sixteen states. HotelsFind hotels in Celle, Hannover, Goslar, Braunschweig, Luneburg and more.
Popular in Lower SaxonyCelleCelle is an historic town in the Lüneburg Heath in Lower Saxony. With its rows of timber-framed houses, its imposing ducal palace and historic old town, it is easy to see why Celle is such a popular tourist destination for German and foreign visitors alike. HanoverHanover, is the capital of Lower Saxony in Germany. Having a huge exhibition complex built for the World EXPO in 2000 and being host to several of the biggest exhibitions in the world, Hanover calls herself the "EXPO City" or "Exhibition City". GoslarGoslar is a medieval town in Lower Saxony and serves as a regional hub to the wider Harz area.
In Lower SaxonyLüneburg HeathThe Lüneburg Heath is an extensive region of heath and farmland in the state of Lower Saxony which has become a popular holiday and excursion destination. Brunswick LandThe Brunswick Land is in Lower Saxony, Germany between Lüneburg Heath and Harz. Hanover RegionHanover Region is in the state of Lower Saxony in Germany. Region Hanover has a network of public transportation. Western PlainsWestern Plains is in Lower Saxony. BraunlageBraunlage is a town in the Harz National Park in South Lower Saxony. Braunlage is a town located in the Goslar region of the southern Harz mountains. Clausthal-ZellerfeldClausthal-Zellerfeld is in the Upper Harz in Lower Saxony. Clausthal-Zellerfeld is situated in the Oberharz. Middle WeserMiddle Weser is in Lower Saxony. GöttingenGöttingen is a city in the southernmost part of the German state of Lower Saxony, bordering Hesse and Thuringia. Elbe-Weser TriangleElbe-Weser Triangle is in Lower Saxony. KoenigslutterKönigslutter am Elm is a city in Niedersachsen. The city Königslutter developed from the village of Lutter, 1150 was the first witness, but certainly much older. Bad HarzburgBad Harzburg is a town in the Harz Mountains of central Germany. Bad Harzburg is a small spa town nestled in the foothills on the northern edge of the Harz. TorfhausTorfhaus is a small village in the Harz mountains of central Germany. Torfhaus is a popular tourist village in the mining town of Altenau in the Harz mountains of Germany and lies at a height of about 800 m above sea level. East FrisiaEast Frisia is a region of Lower Saxony in Germany. East Frisia has a very large per-capita average consumption of tea: 300L/person/year, according to the New York Times. EinbeckEinbeck is a town in South Lower Saxony, Germany. Einbeck is located between the Harz mountains and the Weser Uplands some 30 km north of Göttingen.
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