Dresden, the baroque city of culture at river Elbe:

Dresden

Baroque magnificence on the Elbe

Today, the Elbe metropolis is a regular feature as one of the most visited German cities. In 2013, it was even the seventh most popular city in terms of overnight stays. Visitors simply can't get enough of the historic town centre, with its impressive baroque and renaissance facades, the famous museums and the splendid views of the banks of the Elbe.

 

In the evenings, the lively new part of Dresden, the trendy part of town in 19th century style, attracts visitors to its pubs, clubs and cinemas.

Radisson Blu Park Hotel & Conference Centre, Dresden Radebeul
Radisson Blu Park Hotel & Conference Centre, Dresden Radebeul
First class conference & wellness hotel close to Dresden offering event facilities for up to 1.100 people
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City Hotel Dresden Radebeul City Hotel Dresden Radebeul Spa Hotel Saxony
City Hotel Dresden Radebeul
Hotel Villas with a large baroque garden and event locations at Dresden - Radebeul.
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Wyndham Garden Dresden
Wyndham Garden Dresden
First class conference Hotel with event capacity for up to 550 people and large car park in central location of baroque city Dresden
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Hotel Villa Weltemühle
Hotel Villa Weltemühle
Art Nouveau hotel in Dresden's scene district Neustadt
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Full programme in Florence on the Elbe

All year round, 48 museums, 60 galleries and exhibition centres, as well as 36 theatres and stages offer a full programme for visitors. In the winter, the Striezelmarkt, one of the most beautiful Christmas Markets in Germany,

enchants its visitors. Dresden also has a lot of greenery and open spaces for people to relax and recharge their batteries. For anyone who wants to get back to nature, the Elbe Cycling Route (the most popular long-distance cycle route in Germany) is sure to please.