What a great way to see a walking tour. We picked up the map from the info booth and map and we followed the red line. It was fun and interesting. Well worth the tour.
The Red Thread
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I tried The Red Thread in addition to a Hop on Hop off bus ticket as I had limited time in Hannover (3 days) and I wanted something to do that allowed exploration at my own pace as well as a safe route by which...More
Starting from opposite the main station the tour takes in most of the city centre sights. The really great thing is that you can stop and start at will; have a coffee brak; find a toilet etc We did both of these, but the real...More
I had heard about the Red Thread via a travel vlog and was keen to give it a go when in Hannover, as we only had a short time in the city and wanted to see and learn as much as we could. The Red...More
Pick up your Red Thread guide book at the tourist office or purchase the app (search Roter Faden on the App Store). The Red Threads walking tour is a great way to see the city! Essentially there is a painted red-line on the ground throughout...More
Make sure you have the guide book in case you get lost as the line is missing in a couple of places. However in getting lost you also find other interesting things. I did this twice, once on my own at a slow pace and...More
Had great fun completing the red thread trail. It's a great way to see the city. The red line is missing in places but we didn't get lost as we purchased the guide book. We did have to make a detour due to building work....More
I bought the app and followed the self-guided walking tour. I thought the landmarks were interesting and pretty easy to find most of the time. It would be helpful if the several sections where the paint has worn away or disappeared due to construction on...More
We really enjoyed following the read thread all over Hannover. We picked upa guide book at the tourist info centre near the train station, which was very helpful.
If it is you first time in the city than I would suggest to follow the path. With the brochure that you can buy at the tourist information, you learn a lot about the city. We did few hours to walk the entire path because...More