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At the Autostadt in Wolfsburg, you can experience mobility in all its various facets. Only a few minutes’ walk from Wolfsburg main railway station, shiny classic cars, exciting driving experiences, insights into the mobility of the future, unusual events and much more await you!
Your holiday in Wolfenbüttel starts with a walk from the railway station to your selected accommodation. This will take you past beautiful Wilhelm period houses and through the Seeligerpark or along the Wallanlage (ramparts) with its ancient trees, and you can be in the Old Town in only a few minutes.
Hildesheim is well integrated within the railway network, so getting here is both easy and environmentally friendly with the ICE, the Metronom, the Eurobahn and the NordWestBahn trains as well as the suburban railway. Explore the town with its compact routes.
In 2018, Hannover was distinguished as the most sustainable large city in Germany with the Germany Sustainability Award. The quality of life within the city is appropriately high. You can find endless green landscapes in the Eilenriede, the largest city forest in Europe, in the Herrenhausen Gardens and all around the Leine and Ihme rivers and Lake Maschsee.
Conscious contact with people and nature has become increasingly important to residents of and visitors to the town of Hameln over the years. Explore the Pied Piper town in a trendy and sustainable way using an e-scooter or Segway, saunter through the weekly market or the beautiful Old Town with its little boutiques
Experience unforgettable moments in this thousand year-old imperial City and discover Goslar in a sustainable way. Experience medieval charm, narrow streets, slate-clad, half-timbered houses and nostalgic flair.
As a key location for modern science, Göttingen has always kept pace with the times. Three universities, five Max Planck Institutes and numerous other research establishments continuously strive to make our lives even more worth living.
Since 2017, Celle has been certified with the ‘Sustainable Destination’ TourCert award, thus becoming the first sustainable city in the whole of Northern Germany.
Since the city was founded by Duke Henry the Lion of Saxony, Braunschweig has been heavily influenced over the centuries by the Guelphs and the Hanseatic League, and delights visitors today as a city offering attractive shopping and a lively cultural scene.