Once a royal seat, Celle, regarded as the gateway to the Lüneburger Heide, has a picturesque old town with over 400 half-timbered houses and is the largest assemblage of this type of building in Europe. This is not the only thing that makes the town such an attractive place to live: Celle is a modern, cosmopolitan and lively town with plenty of international flair. This is a particularly good place for families. The town’s cultural highlights include the famous ducal palace and the quirky "Sprechende Laternen” art installation as well as the Hoppener Haus. The Bomann-Museum houses, among other artefacts, the Tansey Collection, an impressive selection of miniatures. Celle’s castle theatre, Europe’s oldest regularly working baroque theatre, is certainly worth a visit. Sports fans will be attracted to the “Celler Wasa-Lauf” race or the Lower Saxony State Stud and its annual parade of stallions. Day-trippers and commuters will also benefit from the good transport connections to the major cities of Northern Germany – Hanover, for example, is only 40 kilometres away.
Offering you the choice of prime locations - your real estate consultant in Celle will be happy to advise you.