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Dresden

Dresden, the former seat of the Saxon kings, is a city of art and culture. Explore the Baroque architecture, world-famous museums and fascinating history of this German city known as the "Florence on the Elbe". Read more

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Dresden, the capital of the state of Saxony, is known for its rich history and magnificent Baroque architecture. The city was badly damaged during World War II, but most of its historic buildings have been carefully restored. The most important monument is the Zwinger, a magnificent palace with spectacular gardens and museums. Also visit the Semper Opera House, the Frauenkirche and the Royal Palace. Dresden is also home to the famous Grünes Gewölbe Museum, which preserves the unique treasures of the Saxon kings. The city is also known for its strong art and music scene, which is complemented by galleries, theatres and concert halls. Enjoy a stroll along the banks of the Elbe and discover the beauty of this picturesque city.

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What to do in Dresden

Zwinger

A majestic Baroque palace with magnificent gardens that hosts many museums, including the Old Masters Gallery and the Porcelain Museum.

Frauenkirche

An imposing Protestant church that was destroyed during World War II and later rebuilt, a symbol of peace and the rebirth of Dresden.

Semper Opera

A magnificent Art Nouveau theatre that is home to the Saxon State Opera and hosts many exceptional performances.

Royal Palace

Historic residence of the Saxon kings, home to several museums including the Grünes Gewölbe, Türckische Kammer and Münzkabinett.

Grünes Gewölbe (Green Vault)

A world-famous museum that preserves the unique treasures of the Saxon kings, including gems, gold and silver artefacts.

Pfunds Molkerei

The most beautiful dairy in the world, offering a wide range of dairy products and delicacies in a picturesque setting.

Panometer Dresden

A unique cultural attraction that displays the world's largest panoramic painting depicting Dresden in 1756.

German Hygiene Museum (Deutsches Hygiene-Museum)

An interesting museum dedicated to the history and importance of hygiene, health and the human body with interactive exhibitions.

Johanneum

Historic building that hosts the Dresden Transport Museum with a rich collection of historical means of transport, including cars, trains and planes.

Brühlsche Terrasse

A picturesque terrace offering breathtaking views of the Elbe River and the historic centre of Dresden, the perfect place for a stroll or a rest.

What else to visit
In and around Dresden

Pillnitz (10.28 km)

Located on the eastern outskirts of Dresden, along the banks of the Elbe River, Pillnitz Castle & Park is a stunning blend of Baroque and Chinese architectural styles.

Moritzburg (13.64 km)

Nestled amidst enchanting forests and tranquil lakes, Moritzburg is a picturesque town in Saxony, Germany. It's most famous for the stunning Moritzburg Castle, a Baroque masterpiece that appears to float on water.

Weesenstein (15.61 km)

Discover the poetic charm of Weesenstein Castle, a fairytale-like fortress dramatically set atop a rocky hill in the Müglitz valley. The castle's romantic allure, intriguing history, and panoramic views make it a must-visit gem in the Saxon landscape.

Meissen (22.36 km)

Meissen is often referred to as the "Cradle of Saxony," renowned for its high-quality porcelain, medieval architecture, and lush vineyards. Nestled along the Elbe River, this charming town offers a mix of art, history, and natural beauty.

Bastei (25.55 km)

Located in the heart of Saxon Switzerland National Park, the Bastei is a stunning rock formation that towers above the Elbe River. Known for the breathtaking Bastei Bridge, it's a haven for photographers, hikers, and nature lovers.

České Švýcarsko (47.66 km)

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