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    Lower Saxony is a German state (Land) in northwestern Germany. It is the second-largest state by land area, with 47,614 km 2 (18,384 sq mi), and fourth-largest in population (8 million in 2021) among the 16 Länder federated as the Federal Republic of Germany.

  2. Lower Saxony, Land (state) of Germany. The country’s second largest state in size, Lower Saxony occupies an important band of territory across the northwestern part of the country. It is bordered by the North Sea and the German states of Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg to the north and by the states.

  3. Lower Saxony offers bustling metropolitan life in cities such as Hannover, Brunswick and Osnabrück, yet also peace, quiet and relaxation in secluded countryside. And our cultural heritage is just as varied as our landscapes.

  4. Things to Do in Lower Saxony. Explore popular experiences. See what other travelers like to do, based on ratings and number of bookings. See All. Fun & Games (5) Historical Tours (16) Castles (43) Day Trips (6) Walking Tours (13) Nature & Wildlife Areas (76) Escape Rooms (4) Audio Guides (3) Historic Sites (194) Half-day Tours (6) City Tours (9)

  5. Holiday Destination Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony) is the official tourism portal for Niedersachsen and your very own personal travel guide: Niedersachsen stretches from the mountains to the sea, and lends itself equally well to active holidays, city breaks, wellness holidays and family adventures.

  6. Lower Saxony, a region that is home to diverse natural scenery and must-visit towns and cities, is located directly between the Ems and Elbe Rivers. Lower Saxony is the only German state with both sea and mountains, and it boasts one of the country's most beautiful seashores with the North Sea coast and the seven East Frisian islands.

  7. Lower Saxony is the only German federal state that covers both mountainous and maritime areas. The sandy, boggy northern half of the state backs onto the sea, covering the East Frisian Islands, and is almost entirely flat except for some gentle hills around the Bremen geestland.