Saxony’s state capital Dresen -a Baroque jewel – is called as the „Florence of the Elbe” for it’s picturesque view and it’s cultural & art diversity. Dresden’s Old Town is filled with history and architecture with its grand palaces, museums and the famous Frauenkirche. These historical sites have been faithfully reconstructed and many of them display various treasures and paintings by renowned artists. The Semperoper is one of Europe’s most elegant opera houses, you can enjoy unforgettable performances here. Take a river cruise and admire the impressive city skyline from another perspective.
Wide range of accommodation is awaiting you in Dresden from tourist classs to historical palaces many of them in the old city centre within walking distance to the most important attractions of the city.
From dining in a 19th-century dairy shop to a snack or drink on the promenade of the Elbe river, from a hearty Saxon dish to fine dining, from cozy cafes, home-style traditional breweries to Michelin star restaurants, you will find a large variety of culinary treats in Dresden.
Take a trip to Meißen to the traditional porcelain manufactory with a history of 300 years. During the visit to one of the porcelain workshops, you will get to see how the handcrafted porcelain is made. If you would like to enjoy local wine, Schloss Wackerbarth, Saxony's oldest sparkling wine producer, a romantically situated vineyard is waiting for you to be discovered and experienced. From spring to autumn you can reach several castles and places to visit by a boat trip on the river Elbe. Do not miss one of the most beautiful Christmas Markets of Germany in te heart of the Old Town.
Berlin: 2 international airports: Schönefeld Airport (SXF), with easy access to city center within 30-40 minutes. The new BER (Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg) Airport is opening at the end of October.