About Us

Platinum Sky Travel’s goals are to create and provide our customers with a wealth of first-hand experience from all corners of the globe. We believe in going above and beyond for our clientele, as this will illustrate the factors of a reliable trustworthy business. Quite simply, we listen to what you want, and carefully design an individual trip to match, working to their budget and with an absolute commitment to quality. Our Specialists will focus on looking after our clients, total travel needs, show you the highlights in a different light, and introduce you to places and experiences that others might miss. Which will reflect on the most iconic times and create unforgettable moments, which will last a life time.

07980 123857 (24 hours)

89 Caerphilly Road, Birchgrove, Cardiff, CF14 4AE.


Hanover - Platinum Sky Travel
destinations-template-default,single,single-destinations,postid-3386,mkd-core-1.1.1,mkdf-social-login-1.2,mkdf-tours-1.3.1,voyage-ver-1.6,mkdf-smooth-scroll,mkdf-smooth-page-transitions,mkdf-ajax,mkdf-grid-1300,mkdf-blog-installed,mkdf-header-standard,mkdf-no-behavior,mkdf-default-mobile-header,mkdf-sticky-up-mobile-header,mkdf-dropdown-default,mkdf-light-header,mkdf-side-menu-slide-with-content,mkdf-width-470,mkdf-medium-title-text,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.5.2,vc_responsive


Lacking the high profile of neighbouring Hanse city states Hamburg and Bremen, Hanover is today known for its mammoth CeBit computer expo and the Hannover Messe industrial technology trade fair, each attracting over 200,000 visitors each year.

Buried within its identity, but visible to those with patience and a keen eye, is the lesser known fact that from 1714, monarchs from the house of Hanover also ruled Great Britain, and the entire British Empire, for over a century. In a cruel irony, extensive Allied bombing in 1943 wiped out much of Hanover’s rich architectural and cultural heritage and more than 6000 lives were lost.  

Perhaps it’s this paradox of once being part of something much larger than itself that makes Hanover’s character so difficult to pin down. Locals love it here for the low cost of living, good public transport, a wealth of museums and cultural sites and Hanover’s proximity to green spaces: the spectacularly baroque Herrenhäuser Gärten, southern manmade Lake Maschsee and Europe’s largest urban forest, the Eilenriede. That said, most Germans groan at the first mention of Hanover, whose dialect is regarded as the closest tongue to High German. Perhaps it’s a complex socio-linguistic thing, perhaps they’re just jealous.  

First appearances mightn’t knock you off your feet, but spend a little time here and you’ll soon be charmed.