The lion as a landmark of the city of Braunschweig. If you intend to visit the cosmopolitan city of Braunschweig, you will quickly find the right hotel here. It is located in southeastern Lower Saxony and as the second largest city in the state, it offers its visitors the best conditions for a hotel reservation. Through Henry the Lion it became one of the important metropolises of the trade, which is why the lion stands today as a monument on the castle square in front of the impressive castle and the cathedral. Braunschweig is today regarded as the European Center for Science and Research. In addition to the headquarters of the Industrie und Handelskammer Braunschweig-Lüneburg-Stade and the branch offices of large industrial branches such as the production of vehicles, important media and the construction of musical instruments are located here. In order to attend one of the numerous events, you should try to find a hotel to meet your needs.
Book a comfortable hotel for visiting a trade fair and more. To go on an interesting event as well as discover the exciting city, plan a few more days for your stay at the hotel. Otherwise, you will not experience Braunschweig as the city deserved it. At trade fairs there is a great variety. These include, among others, Lower Saxony's biggest wedding fair celebrations & marriages, the handmade design market herzensdinge Braunschweig, the trade fair for vocational training + studies vocatium Braunschweig / Wolfsburg and the Auf in the world trade fair Braunschweig, which is your trade fair for Auslandsaufenthalte und Internationale Bildung. A wide range of comfortable hostels will provide you with the appropriate starting point for your trade fair visit with a visit to the city. From the simple house to the luxury accommodation you have the choice. Do not wait too long with the hotel reservation.
Explore the exciting city from the hotel. To book the hotel, you only need fewer clicks on the Internet and your home is waiting for you. After the attractive trade fair visit, there are still many different impressions in the city. Many of the historic buildings have been destroyed here in Germany's once-for-most-important city center during World War II. But some houses and streets are very well maintained and partly rebuilt. The prominent Altstadtmarktbrunnen in front of the imposing Altstadtrathaus forms the center point. Of the five so-called "tradition" islands of the center with old or reconstructed buildings, one is located around the cathedral. Take a look at the Happy Rizzi House at the farm, designed by the American artist James Rizzi. The colorful facade is absolutely worth seeing. These are just a few Brunswick attractions to explore during your stay. Going from your cozy hotel, you should take a long time to experience all the extraordinary impressions.