Celle is a small town situated near Hannover (60 km away). It is well known for the decoration of the facades of the houses, which are made of wood, and also for the gables on the roofs. It is the perfect place to go for a wander and get lost admiring the decorations of the 400 typical houses that you can find in the old town (Altstadt). The village also has an art museum (Kunstmuseum)-the first in the world to be open 24 hours, and a castle (Schloss Celle) Renaissance and Baroque style.
The church of St Marien is most characteristic of Celle, located in the old town, is the village church and dates back to 1292. It is easy to find thanks to its white tower, from which sounds a fanfare twice a day as a tribute to an old tradition, which has now become a popular tourist attraction of the town's people. During the summer months you can climb the tower which is as high as 74 metres.