Hannover is a major hub within the German Autobahn network.
Hannover is a major hub within the German Autobahn network, with the Hannover economic region benefitting greatly from its central location within the European transport network. With the A2 and A7 Autobahns, the main north-south and east-west road links intersect here.
The A2 provides a fast and convenient route from the directions of North Rhine-Westphalia and Berlin, while the A7 leads straight to Hannover – whether you’re coming from Hamburg or Munich.
Hannover - Lower Saxony: within a hop, skip or jump of every region!
Every region in Lower Saxony can be reached quickly from Hannover. In next to no time the A7 will take you southwards in the direction of Hildesheim, Göttingen and the Harz mountains, or north towards Lüneburg Heath and other Autobahns leading to the North Sea coast and Oldenburger Münsterland.
The A2 provides quick access to Braunschweig and Wolfsburg in the east and also heads west towards the Osnabrück Region, Emsland and Grafschaft Bentheim. Smaller A-roads then provide quick access to the surrounding areas: Calenberger Land, Schaumburger Land, Weserbergland and the Middle Weser region can all be reached in under an hour.
Hannover city centre is an environmental zone, which means only vehicles with a green environmental badge are allowed into the central “Cityring”.