Things to in Dresden

Located in a valley on the river Elbe, near the Czech border, Dresden is the capital city of the Free State of Saxony in Germany. Dresden has been the capital, as well as the royal residence for the Kings of Saxony and the Electors. The historical center of this city was destroyed to a large […]

Dresden Castle

Dresden Castle

Dresden Castle located in the city of Dresden, Germany is a structure that dates back to almost 500 years.  Today it stands reconstructed and a centerpiece of the city where visitors can marvel at it’s unique clash of old world architecture styles.

Hofkirche

Hofkirche

As the Empire State Building is the landmark of New York City, for the city of Dresden there is no mistaking the Hofkirche! The Hofkirche, or the Katholische Hofkirche is almost dead center of the city and is one of the most spectacular churches you’ve ever seen.  A vacationer to the Hofkirche will find this […]

Semperoper

Semperoper

Architect Gottfried Semper created one of the most astonishing opera houses ever in the likes of the Semperoper which today is the opera residence of the Saxon State Opera Dresden aka Sachsische Staatsoper Dresden.

Zwinger Palace

Zwinger Palace

Vacationers in Dresden who are fans of classic German baroque architecture must take the time to visit the Zwinger Palace!

Frauenkirche

Frauenkirche

Anyone visiting the good city of Dresden is going to be overwhelmed with the Church of Our Lady, aka Frauenkirche which is one of the most astounding structures in Europe.

Dresden Christmas Market

Dresden Christmas Market

Traditionally known as the Striezelmarkt, the Dresden Christmas market is the oldest Christmas market of Germany with its origins dating as far back as 1424. It is situated between Münzgasse Strasse and the Frauenkirche, a historical portion of the city centre.

Dresden

Dresden

Located in a valley on the river Elbe, near the Czech border, Dresden is the capital city of the Free State of Saxony in Germany. Dresden has been the capital, as well as the royal residence for the Kings of Saxony and the Electors. The historical center of this city was destroyed to a large […]