Hannover Central: Tickets, Map, Live Departure, How-to, Routes


Hannover Central(Hannover Hbf) Building

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Inside Hannover Central(Hannover Hbf)

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Hannover Central(Hannover Hbf) How to

Hannover Hauptbahnhof / Hbf will be the contender for the easiest to use for large station awards.

It consists of a large passage running under the platform and provides access to the train, but in Hanover Hbf, the elevators are not hidden, they are located between the stairs and the escalator between the atrium, as a passage to each platform . Stairs, escalators and lifts can be found in the centre of the platform when arriving by train.

At both ends of the passage is the exit to the city, there are taxi stands on both sides, and below the pedestrian road is the passage to the U-Bahn (subway).

All of the station's facilities are located in the depature hall, leading to the main city exit/entry, or passage of Ernst August Platz.

One thing to watch out for is to check your destination in the city before arriving at Hanover Hbf. The station is also located near the city centre (Mitte), which means that some areas of the city are best routed from the exit to Raschplatz, at the other end of the passage leading to the main entrance hall.


Hannover Central(Hannover Hbf) Station Plan

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Address

Gepäckcenter, Mittelhalle, Mitte, Hannover, Region Hannover, Niedersachsen, 30159, Deutschland


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