Seven things you might not know about Hannover's railway station
The elevated station
What Berlin, New York and Co. copied from Hannover
Not the magnificent opera house and not the elaborately designed Herrenhausen Gardens: Hannover.de reveals why, of all places, Hannover's...
Why the station never sleeps
An ICE train stops at a platform, hurried travellers pull squeaking trolleys, and there is a jostling crowd at the stairs: typical statio...
Where are platforms five and six?
Harry Potter travels into a magical world from the secret track "nine-and-three-quarters" at London's King's Cross station. Where do you...
Train station and shopping mall
Shop (almost) around the clock
If a last-minute gift needs to be found on Christmas Eve or the family is overcome with the desire to have a barbecue on a summer Sunday,...
How the subway changed the image of the "Oststadt"
For many decades, the Raschplatz at the back of the station and the district around it were frowned upon: "You don't want to live behind...
The musical manhole
Where the music plays - and why
Across from Hannover's main station, passers-by sometimes stop at a gully in amazement. About a hundred metres from the Ernst August monu...