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#1 Dresden Frauenkirche
Visit the Frauenkirche or the Church of Our Lady which has gone through many reincarnations and was finally rebuilt in 2005.
#2 Semper Opera
Watch an excellent programme of ballet and opera at the Semper Opera, which was also an unfortunate victim of the bombing of Dresden.
#3 Elbe River Boat Cruise
Go for a cruise on the Elbe river on a paddle steamer boat which is a historic way of doing it.
#4 The Balcony of Europe
Stand at the Brühl's Terrace (Balcony of Europe) and look down at the promenade, the Elbe river and the Old Town of Dresden.
#5 Zwinger Palace
Swing by the old Baroque style Zwinger Palace with it's picturesque gardens and number of museums including the Old Masters Gallery.
#6 Dresden State Art Collections
See the Dresden State Art Collections that comprises of 12 museums, and it includes porcelain, folk art, sculptures and many paintings ad...
#7 Dresden Castle
The Dresden Castle was home to many Saxon leaders but is now a museum complex including the Green Vault and the Coin Cabinet.
#8 Volkswagen Transparent Factory
Visit the heights of transparency when you see the Volkswagen factory with it's glass walls specially designed to see the final stages of...
#9 Pillnitz Castle
See the Pillnitz Castle along the banks of the Elbe river and the several museums alongside it.
#12 The Furstenzug (Procession of Princes)
The Furstenzug (Procession of Princes) is the largest porcelain picture in the world that shows all the Saxonian kings, dukes, princes an...
#13 Augustus Bridge
Bridge the gap between the Old Town and the New Town when you cross the Augustus Bridge over the Elbe river.
#14 Konigstrasse (King Street)
Take a walk in the New Town which has small cafes and shops, as well as the Japanese Palace and the Konigstrasse.
#15 Dresden Walking Food Tour
To curb the foodie in you, take a walking food tour of Dresden with it's gastro pubs and cafes on almost every street in the city.
#17 The Martin Luther Statue
See the statue of Martin Luther who was a hero of the Reformation Movement with a copy of the Bible in his hand which he translated into ...
#18 Dresden Striezelmarket (Christmas Market)
Feel the essence of Christmas at the Striezelmarket (Christmas Market) which is the oldest and has not been too commercialized by tourists.
#19 The Taschenberg Palais
Come and visit the Taschenberg Palais which has now been converted to an upmarket hotel with luxurious surroundings.
#20 Blue Wonder Bridge
No wonder the Blue Wonder Bridge is a famous suspension bridge here in Dresden because of it's changing colour from blue to green and vic...
#21 Pfund's Dairy
Have your fill of fresh dairy products and moo like a cow at the Pfund's Dairy and see the elaborate porcelain tiled interiors.
#22 Bundeswehr Military History Museum
Go through the annals of history of German military and warfare conquests at the Bundeswehr Military History Museum, which is on of the c...
#23 Dresden on a Segway
Whiz past the old and traditionally charming buildings of Dresden on a Segway, and see how the old and the new have nicely combined with ...
#24 Prager Strasse
Stroll along the classical shopping mile of Dresden called the Prager Strasse, that starts right outside the train station.
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