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A good hotel 30 minute walk from Hannover center , trams stop just outside hotel and cost 1.5 euro , so everything is easy to find . Plenty of places to visit and lots of great shops .
There is no shortage of two-star hotels in Hannover, including some great-value hostels and B&Bs. And you’ll be surprised at how central some of Hannover’s two-star accommodation is, with two-star hotels available in the heart of the old town and near the main station. Wherever you want to base yourself, Expedia’s search filters will help you find your ideal two-star Hannover hotel.
If you’re visiting Hannover on a budget, you’ll want to get hold of a HannoverCard. The pass covers buses, S-Bahn trains and trams throughout the Greater Hannover transport network, helping you get around cheaply from your two-star accommodation. The card also provides discounts to many of Hannover’s museums, attractions and restaurants.
No need to splash out on a guided tour of Hannover’s historic buildings. Just pick up a copy of the Red Thread guide from the tourist centre by the main train station. The Red Thread is a one-and-a-half mile (4km) line painted on the street – follow it to see nearly 40 of the Hannover’s top sights.
There’s plenty to see and do in Hannover without breaking the bank. In the city centre, simply wander around the pretty market squares and half-timbered buildings of the Old Town, whose key sights include the Hannover Opera House and Hannover Old Town Hall. To the south of the city centre, the baroque New Town Hall gives great views across the city. To save even more money, plan your museum and gallery visits for a Friday, when some cultural attractions are free. Check websites for details.
Football fans should head to the HDI Arena, just to the southwest of the Maschpark. It’s home to local team Hannover 96, and offers guided tours as well as atmospheric home matches. Next to the arena is Hannover’s Sportpark, you’ll find a large swimming complex and the Swiss Life Hall, a popular sport and music venue. To the north is the Schützenplatz, a huge open space that hosts shooting competitions, fairs and festivals throughout the year.