Location and surroundings
The BMC is located on the north bank of the Mittelland Canal at km 217.5. Use Google Maps to find your way to us.
Co-ordinates of the habour entrance
N52°18.679' E010°27.154' 65 m above MSL
City portrait Brunswick
Brunswick, the city of Henry the Lion, is grown in more than 1000 years. History is still alive. In contrast you find modern buildings representing the architecture of the 21st Century. Enter the large and car free pedestrian zones, covered by malls with attractive shops and elegant boutiques to stroll. The magnificant green areas of the city, the Botanical Garden and the extensive recreational areas invite you to relax and to slow down.
Brunswick, with about 240,000 inhabitants, is the largest city in southeast Lower Saxony, and cultural and economic center of the region. A vibrant, interesting and varying city is inviting you with its extensive pedestrian areas for a walk through. The traditional "Five Islands" and numerous other attractions are awaiting you. Enjoy the charming and picturesque scenery of the city and its arcades full of cafes, boutiques and specialty shops.
Brunswick offers ...
... every day a complete program. Events for all tastes, the "Staatstheater" with its more than 300 years old history, the "Kunsthochschule" (College of Fine Arts) as the origin of young artists, and cultural treasures in the many museums. Brunswick's cultural life is diverse and exciting. Past and present join its hands. A visit is always worth it!
The village of Watenbüttel offers ...
... after a 15-20 minutes short walk, you'll find many shops for food, a petrol station and several restaurants. For an extensive shopping in city of Brunswick you should enter the bus 416 at station "Am Grasplatz". After a 20 minutes ride you'll reach the city's center at the bus station "Rathaus".
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