Thanks to our wide network of professionals, we are able to offer you this interpreting service in a large number of languages.
Our interpreters, who work to and from German, are professionals with considerable experience who are specialized in their respective areas. They will work with the documentation obtained and, if necessary, prepare the meeting with the client over the telephone or face to face.
We would advise you to send the documentation a week, or at least two days, beforehand, as otherwise the quality of the interpreting service cannot be guaranteed.
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Founded in the Middle Ages, Hanover is the current capital of Lower Saxony. Around 520, 000 people live in this city on the banks of the river Leine. The name Hanover probably derived from the location of the medieval settlement on the banks of the river Leine, which was protected from high tides (hanóvere- high bank). Hanover received its town charter in 1241, and due to its favourable location on the intersection of many German roads, the city developed in prosperity.
What is there to do in Hanover?
– Hanover has a lot to offer and caters to many tastes. If you would like to explore the city, there is no better way to do it than by strolling down the “Rote Faden” (lit. red thread). This path leads you through the centre of town past all the city’s landmarks. In the city’s historic centre, you will be able to marvel at some perfectly preserved old buildings. Have a rest and a snack in the “Markthalle”, the city’s covered market. Inside the market you will be able to taste the world’s most famous food, such as Japanese Sushi or delicious Italian pasta. You get the city’s best coffee at the famous Café Kröpcke, the Hanoverians’ favourite meeting place in the city centre.
– If you would like to go shopping you should go to the new shopping centre “Ernst-August-Galerie”, it is home to more than 150 shops, and make sure to walk down the Niki-de-Saint-Phalle-Promenade. The famous French artist was awarded honorary citizenship of the city.
– The Herrenhausen Gardens are a popular destination for day trips and not only amongst the students, who are taking a break from lectures at the nearby university, but amongst people from all different cultural backgrounds. In summer people have BBQs, play pétanque, roller skate and get up to many other things. It is a lot better to visit Hanover in summer, as there are a lot of festivals such as the “Kleines Fest im grossen Garten” (a kind of cabaret), the legendary pug race or the international fireworks competition.
– And if you enjoy being by the seaside go to the Maschsee Lake, as its gentle waves will make you feel right at home. It is an artificial lake in Hanover, which attracts many sport fanatics. It is the perfect place for sailing and swimming, furthermore it is where the famous Maschseefest takes place every August, the festival consists of various concerts and hearty foods are being sold.
– Hanoverian nightlife is very varied, due to its many clubs and bars. For the night owls, the best place to start would be the Raschplatz.