The Nanas are a popular sight and photo motif in Hanover. The Nanas directly on Leibnizufer are three metre-high figures by the French artist Niki de Saint Phalle. "Sophie", "Charlotte" and "Caroline" have been standing there since 1974, and today it is impossible to imagine the cityscape without the three ladies. The Nanas with their polarising art represent colourfully designed voluminous female bodies with oversized sexual characteristics in a colourful dress and stand for femininity, vitality and a free life. Our Q-Park car parks are located in the immediate vicinity of the Nanas on Leipnizufer. There you can quickly and conveniently park your car and visit the Nanas.
Parking in Hanover - at Q-Park
The multi-storey car parks, Galerie Kaufhof and also Galerie Luise are only a few minutes' walk from Nanas. While you take a nice walk through the city centre to the colourful figures, you can park cheaply with us for 2 euros an hour or a maximum of 15 euros for a whole day.
Parking at the Nanas on Leipnizufer - If the city gets crowded, you can reserve a parking space for your car. This guarantees you a parking space and saves you the hassle of looking for a parking space.