Hotels and accommodation in Dresden, Germany

Hotels and accommodation in Dresden, Germany

09. Juni 2022, 10. Juni 2022,
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What is there for you to discover in Dresden?

With a population of around 560,000, Dresden is the second largest city in the state of Saxony after Leipzig. Dresden is also the seat of the Saxon state government and the Saxon state parliament and thus the political center of Saxony.

The city is home to numerous educational and cultural institutions of the Free State, as well as the renowned Technical University, the University of Applied Sciences and the Dresden University of Fine Arts.


The city on the Elbe is world famous for its imposing old town with its sights. Among them are the Frauenkirche, the Residenzschloss, the Semper Opera House, the Military History Museum, the Zwinger and the Hofkirche. Especially in the gorgeous Old Town, there are charming hotels and accommodations that will make your stay the perfect experience!

Explore the old, the modern and the natural Dresden during your wanderings through the city quarters. Culture enthusiasts will fall in love with Dresden in no time - in the narrow streets of the up-and-coming artists' district Dresden-Neustadt, for example, you will discover an impressive architectural landscape characterized by the Baroque and Rococo styles.

Dresden - the dreamlike historical city at the Elbe river

Dresden impresses especially with its cultural offer of sights and imposing monuments. The top sights are the Frauenkirche, the Semper Opera House, the Dresden Zwinger, the Albertinum or the Brühl Terrace.

What you should definitely do in Dresden? A guided tour through the old town, where you will be introduced to the landmarks, galleries and art districts. During the tour you will be given exciting and informative insights into the history and development of the city.

Also worth seeing is a visit to the Dresden Neustadt! You can discover the Golden Rider, the Königsstraße and the Dreikönigskirche. The trendy district impresses with Königsbrücker Straße, Bautzner Straße, Prießnitz and Alaunplatz.

You should not miss a detour through the bizarre Kunsthofpassage in the Hinterhöfen.


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