One of the first places to visit in Hanover is its center, Stadtmitte, where you can see the central railway station plus many typical restaurants and shops open every day of the week. Near this point is the old town, Altstadt, where you can see old buildings in the Kramergasse and some other Hanover attractions.
Some other things to see in Hanover are the Old Town Hall (Altes Rathaus), built in the fifteenth century, and Marktkirche, the church market, built between 1349 and 1359 in brick Gothic style. The New Town Hall, from which one can get a panoramic view from the tower, is in the south and is one of the well-known attractions in Hanover. If you prefer to relax or take a quiet stroll, the city offers the Maschsee, an artificial lake, where you can enjoy some Hanover activities such as a walk or a party on a nice summer night.
One of the other popular things to do in Hanover is to stop by Lister Meile, an attractive shopping area in one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the city. Don't forget that Hanover is one of the greenest cities in Germany and has charming spots, like Eilenriede, Europe's largest urban forest, and the Gardens of the Manor House, one of the most beautiful baroque gardens in Germany.
Other stuff to do in Hannover includes taking a trip to surrounding areas of great beauty and interest such as Wedemark in the north, Burgdorf in the east, Springe or Hamelin in the south, or Wunstorf in the west, near Lake Steinhude. Are you still wondering what to do in Hanover? Don't miss the self-guided tour through the city, known as the "Red Line", which shows tourists some of the best stuff to do in Hanover. Visit Minube to learn more about this beautiful city.