Visit Dresden and the Frauenkirche by train
Dresden is undisputedly one of the most beautiful destinations in Germany. Picturesque landscapes, historic structures and a broad spectrum of cultural and leisure activities.
Welcome to one of the most important cultural centres in Europe!
Saxony's capital is located in the bend of the River Elbe. After having been badly destroyed in World War II, many of the historic buildings such as the Zwinger Palace, the Dresden State Opera House and several of its elegant churches were carefully reconstructed out of the debris. Come see how this fine city has risen like a phoenix out of the ashes! Celebrate with the locals at the Dresden Music Festival and the Dixieland Festival in May or the Festival of Contemporary Music in October. Music enthusiasts should not miss out on at least one of these popular annual events.
Explore the sites and scenery of Dresden see for yourself!
You can easily catch a train to Dresden and explore the famous attractions by foot, bus, Segway or bike. You can take a ride on one of the ships of the oldest paddle steamer fleet in the world - the White Fleet is celebrating its 180th anniversary. Stroll across Augustus' Bridge into the Altstadt and take in a breath-taking view of Dresden's captivating silhouette. Visit such landmarks as the Semper Opera, The Church of Our Lady, and Brühl's Terrace "The Balcony of Europe" on the banks of the River Elbe. The Zwinger Palace is also worth a visit with its impressive gardens and galleries.Book now