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Day Trips

Our most recommended Lower Saxony Day Trips

Heide Park Resort: Day Ticket

1. Heide Park Resort: Day Ticket

Heide Park Resort is Northern Germany's largest amusement park and offers over 40 attractions, shows, and extraordinary adventures for everyone. From families with children to fearless action fans: depending on age and interest, each guest can choose their individual experience. Experience more than 30 attractions especially for children under 10 years at Heide Park, and enjoy an adventure for the whole family. Children can experience the unique theme world based on DreamWorks' “How to Train Your Dragon," meet Toothless, and become real dragon trainers. Courageous ghost hunters from six years can join the team of the world-famous Ghostbusters in "Ghostbusters," an interactive indoor adventure of the fifth dimension. Roller coaster fans can experience the thrill on seven major rides. Take a flight on Germany's only Wing Coaster, the "Flight of the Demons." Thrillseekers should also not miss a ride on “Colossos – Battle of the Giants” – the fastest wooden coaster in Europe.

From Hamburg: Private Guided Day Trip to Hanover

2. From Hamburg: Private Guided Day Trip to Hanover

Take a city break in Hanover and discover a mix of old-world charm and green areas and parks. Learn about this city’s history and culture from your guide and relax knowing that private transportation to and from the city is taken care of. Adjust the tour according to your preferences. Begin by getting picked up from your hotel and get taken to Hanover. First stop off at the 300-year old Herrenhauser Gardens, and enjoy the beauty of the most distinguished Baroque gardens in Europe. Spend a couple of hours exploring the fountains and sculptures as well as the Herrenhausen Palace. Follow your guide down Herrenhauser Alley to Hanover city center. Take a look at some of the very few buildings that survived the WWII bombings – including the Market Church, which dates back to the 14th century. Check out the Old Town Hall, with its gothic gables and ornamental frieze. Next, walk towards the castle-like New City Hall. Take in the picturesque landscapes surrounding the building. See the elegant neo-Renaissance building of the Landesmuseum, which hosts 7 centuries of art and history. End at Schützenplatz, home to the Frühlingsfest fairground.

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What people are saying about Lower Saxony

Should cost €38 online instead of €46, but it didn't work, why also i

Some things could be improved online, first of all the price (instead of 46 € only 38 € didn't work), secondly putting closed attractions online, quite disappointing if you can't drive some things and were looking forward to it!!!!! Staff is very helpful and friendly, no matter in which area! It's also good that the park is clean, the visitors seem to get it too. Long waiting times are not so exciting after a difficult journey (many construction sites and accidents), but you have to go there outside of the holidays!

A good amusement park measured by European standards. Was very hot when we were there, needed many breaks to replenish fluids and energy. Would not have wanted to be there on a day with many people, then the queues are unbearable. Now we managed in between 5-45 minutes, most in 10-20 minutes. Limit o Bobbahn were a bit jerky and unsightly, don't ride with older children on your lap on the Bobbahn.

Bought tickets online but when hi arrived we should also have bought the parking ticket, this did not appear anywhere. There was a long queue and we would have liked to use the EXPRESS queues, but we could not find info about this in some places either.

It cost 1650kr at the entrance but we went online and after 2min our tickets had arrived via email for 1,100kr in total, just to Scan and we went in