Northern Germany GuideNorthern Germany includes the states of Germany that border on the North and Baltic Seas. These states are popular tourist destinations for their beaches and gentle rolling, windswept hills. HotelsFind hotels in Hamburg, Celle, Hannover, Goslar, Braunschweig and more.
Popular in Northern GermanyHamburgThe city of Hamburg has a well-deserved reputation as Germany's Gateway to the World. CelleCelle 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".
In Northern GermanyLower SaxonyLower 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. Mecklenburg-Western PomeraniaMecklenburg-Western Pomerania is a federal-state in Germany, located in the northeastern corner of the country between Brandenburg and the Baltic Sea, and the neighboring country of Poland. Schleswig-HolsteinSchleswig-Holstein is the northernmost state of Germany. It borders Denmark and has coasts on both the North and Baltic Seas. BremenBremen, located in northern Germany, is the smallest of the German states. The State consists of two separated enclaves the River Weser.