The city declares itself as "The Guelphs, the Hansa and the Bright Minds"!
The city of Henry the Lion was given its distinctive character in the course of the centuries through the influence of the family of Guelph, the Hansa, as well as of many bright minds such as Lessing, Gauß and Spohr. Today, Braunschweig is a lively cultural city and the centre of one of Europe's most research-intensive regions. The historic ensembles around the Burgloewe monument as well as the residential palace, contrasting with modern buildings and passages, characterise the townscape with its bustling squares. Perched in splendour on top of the residential palace, the largest Quadriga in Europe with its visitor's platform allows a view of the city centre surrounded by the river Oker.
Source: Braunschweig Stadtmarketing GmbH
During your guided tour on Tuesday, September 10th, 2013 you will get an impression of this interesting and beautiful city with sights as Burgplatz (Castle Square) with Burgloewe monument, Dankwarderode Castle and St. Blasii Cathedral, as well as the City Hall in neo-Gothic gothic style and the Happy Rizzi House.
The Symposium Hotel is
Nimes Straße 2
Artists view of the completed building
Bird`s eye view of the builing fabric.
The hotel will be comple- ted in spring 2013.