Baroque Metropolis on the Elbe: Dresden
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Dresden, the capital of the German state of Saxony, is a popular holiday destination for those interested in history, culture, and architecture. The city is known for its stunning baroque and rococo-style buildings, many of which were destroyed during World War II but have since been rebuilt. The city’s most famous landmark is the Frauenkirche, a 18th-century church that was reduced to rubble during the war but has since been reconstructed to its original splendor.
Dresden’s Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is home to many other historic buildings such as the Zwinger Palace, an 18th-century palace complex that houses museums and art galleries, and the Royal Palace, the former residence of the electors and kings of Saxony. Visitors can also take a stroll along the picturesque Brühl’s Terrace, which offers panoramic views of the Elbe River and the Old Town.
The city is also known for its museums, including the Green Vault, one of the oldest museums in Europe and home to a vast collection of treasures and precious artifacts, and the Dresden State Art Collections, which houses an impressive collection of European art from the 15th century to the present day.
For those interested in culture, Dresden has plenty to offer. The city is home to several theaters and opera houses, including the famous Semperoper, which is home to the Saxon State Opera and the Saxon State Ballet. Visitors can also enjoy a concert at the Frauenkirche, which has a rich musical tradition and regularly hosts classical music concerts.
Dresden is also a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts. The city is situated on the banks of the Elbe River and is surrounded by beautiful countryside, making it the perfect spot for hiking, cycling, and boating. Visitors can also take a boat trip on the Elbe to explore the surrounding region and admire the stunning countryside.
The city also offers a great range of restaurants and cafes, serving traditional German cuisine as well as a variety of international dishes. Visitors can also sample the local wine and beer, which are produced in the surrounding region.
In conclusion, Dresden is a city that has a lot to offer as a holiday destination. Whether you’re interested in history, culture, or outdoor activities, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. The city’s stunning baroque and rococo-style architecture, its impressive museums, and its rich cultural scene make it a must-see destination for any visitor to Germany.
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Hotel in Dresden Kesselsdorf
free parking spaces
Bilderberg Bellevue Dresden
Stylish conferences on on the banks of Dresden’s Elbe River
20 conference rooms
Event locations (e.g. Wine Bar or Elbsegler Beer Garden)
340 rooms including 21 suites
100 parking spaces & free WiFi
Pullman Dresden Newa
VDR-certified conferences in Dresden
7 Conference Rooms
Restaurant & Bar
Cocktail & Coffee Lounge
7 Conference Rooms
Popular city hotel in Dresden’s Pedestrian Zone
612 Guest Rooms
Park Inn Dresden
Modern 3-Star-Superior hotel in Dresden’s “Neustadt”
Superior rooms with Premium high-speed WiFi, free minibar & snack articles, TASSIMO hot drinks machine
24-h lobby bar
Location in Dresden
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Highlights in Dresden
Dresden has a lot to offer. Here you will find the highlights of the baroque metropolis on the Elbe River.