Take a walk and discover
The historic 'City of the Lion' combines a lively town centre with green open spaces. First mentioned in 1031, Lower Saxony's second largest city is renowned for its diverse cultural life, great shopping and a lively restaurant scene.
Nights on top of the treesBook now
For all those who are not completely free of vertigo, the tree top path Bad Harzburg is probably already a challenge during the day. At night, the high altitude rush is perceived in a completely different way. Every two weeks, during an evening round on the treetop path, you can not only enjoy an unhindered view of the night sky, but also listen to the sounds of the night. Afterwards, an apple punch will warm you up again.
Especially in the pre-Christmas period, you can browse the Magniviertel for a little treasure as a Christmas present. After the Second World War the Magnikirche with the Magnikirchplatz was rebuilt. All around, small shops and cafés settled in the historic half-timbered buildings, inviting you to discover and linger.
Climb the highest peak in northern Germany in a cosy way, while enjoying a hot cup of coffee. The historic Brocken Railway takes you through the picturesque winter forests of the Harz up to the Brocken. With clear skies, you can expect a fantastic view of the historic towns of the Harz, framed by a snow-capped, hilly landscape.
Picture copyright: Archiv HSB/ Volker Schadach
Brunswick TOP 5
First time in Braunschweig? Don't miss the historically significant Burgplatz lined by the cathedral, Dankwarderode Castle, the Landesmuseum and pretty half-timbered buildings.
THE BEST VIEWS OF Brunswick
Get a bird's eye view of the city. Climb the 153 steps to the Quadriga on top of the Residenzschloss. Or the 161 steps up the Rathaus tower. Or the 389 steps of the Südturm von St. Andreas. Braunschweig at night: take a tour of the Magniviertel quarter. Braunschweig by boat: A trip on the river Oker is a great way to see the city.
Brunswick's FAVOURITE QUARTER
With its shops, cafés and narrow streets of pretty half-timbered houses, the Magniviertel quarter is a popular haunt for visitors and residents alike. Tip: don't miss the Altstadt festival in late summer. The Michaelisviertel and the Aegidienviertel quarters are also worth a visit.
GOING OUT IN Brunswick
Night owls can look forward to a buzzing nightlife scene of restaurants, bars and clubs. In the streets around the university (known as the Friedrich Wilhelm quarter or the Kultviertel) and in the Magniviertel, revellers are often out well into the small hours.
- From Braunschweig main railway station (Hauptbahnhof):
Take bus no. 411 and get off at Staatliche Untersuchungsämter.The stop is directly in front of the hotel.
(Journey time: approx 7 mins. Fare: approx. EUR 2.30*)
- From Hannover main railway station (Hauptbahnhof):
Braunschweig railway station is on the intercity and European network. Trains run direct to Braunschweig from Hannover main railway station (Hauptbahnhof).
(Journey time: approx. 40 mins. Fare: from approx. EUR 13,-*)
Plan your journey by train.
*Price quoted is for guidance only.
- From Hannover airport:
Take a taxi (journey time 25 mins.) or the S-bahn S5 (trains run every 30 mins; journey time 17 mins.) to Hannover main railway station. The train journey from Hannover to Braunschweig takes about 40 minutes.
Plan your journey by air.
*Price quoted is for guidance only.
- From the A7:
At the Salzgitter/Derneburg junction, take the A39 towards Salzgitter/Braunschweig. At the Braunschweig-Südwest junction, take the Wolfenbüttel/Bad Harzburg turning (likewise for the A39). Then take the Braunschweig-Südstadt exit. At the traffic lights, take a right on to Salzdahlumer Strasse. After about 500 m you'll see the hotel on the right.
- From the A2:
Exit at the Braunschweig-Nord junction and take the A391 towards Kassel/Salzgitter. At the Braunschweig-Südwest junction, take the A39 towards Wolfenbüttel/Bad Harzburg. Then take the Braunschweig-Südstadt exit. At the traffic lights, take a right on to Salzdahlumer Strasse. After about 500 m you'll see the hotel on the right.
- From the A14:
At the Magdeburg junction take the A2 towards Hannover Braunschweig. At the Braunschweig-Nord junction, take the A391 towards Kassel/Salzgitter. At the Braunschweig-Südwest junction, take the A39 towards Wolfenbüttel/Bad Harzburg. Then take the Braunschweig-Südstadt exit. At the traffic lights, take a right on to Salzdahlumer Strasse. After about 500 m you'll see the Vienna House Easy Braunschweig on the right.
The hotel has 300 free parking spaces.
Via personal transfer
For a stress-free journey ask the hotel team to organise a personal transfer for you.
- Nearest bus stop "Staatliche Untersuchungsämter": 50 m
- Main railway station: 2.5 km
- Stadthalle Braunschweig (civic hall): 3 km
- Volkswagen Halle Braunschweig: 4 km
- Town centre: 4 km
- Hannover exhibition centre: 70 km
- Hannover airport: 75 km
- HCC Hannover: 75 km
Lat: 52.233455 | Lon: 10.547254