The city of Hannover is served by an excellent public transport network, consisting of buses, trams and trains. The transport network runs from 6am until around 1am, with reduced services into the night. Visitors might benefit from getting the ‘Hannover Card’, which offers unlimited access to the entire region’s public transport for one to 3 days, with group options available and discounted entry to some attractions. The city centre is fairly spread out, so it’s unlikely you’ll be able to see it all on foot, however it is flat and there are plenty of cycle lanes, so renting a bicycle can also be a good option.
Hanover Hauptbahnhof, the main train station, is a large transport hub where regional, national and intercontinental services. Hannover’s International airport is a base for several major European airlines, with cheap flights available all over the continent.