The capital of the state of Lower Saxony is well known for its trade fairs and major events, for example CeBIT, the leading IT-exhibition. Science has a major role here. Approximately 37,000 students study at universities and other higher education institutions, of which the Medical College is not the only one, which is among world’s leading universities. Visitors and the locals enjoy the diversity that Germany's greenest city offers: in addition to the colorful party scene, traditional folk festivals, as well as high-class sport and music events, the city offers a wealth of art and culture.
The most famous landmark of Hanover is the Herrenhausen Gardens, which are an impressive ensemble of the best preserved baroque gardens around Europe. The so called „Rote Faden” (red thread), a 4,200-metre guideline for exploring the city, leads to the sights of the city center. Another attraction intended for children and adults is the Adventure Zoo, where more than 3,000 animals in seven themed worlds live. Visit Hanover and travel inexpensively, quickly and safely by the comfortable buses of Deutsche Touring.