The phoenix of Germany
|From Halle Saale||01:43||HK$183|
|From Bad Schandau||00:27||HK$105|
Getting around From Dresden, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To Bad Schandau||00:28||HK$105|
|To Halle Saale||03:48||HK$183|
|To Naumburg Saale||03:54||HK$183|
While you're there
Dresden, you should not miss it
On the banks of the Elbe, post-war Dresden has been working hard to rebuild its reputation as an architectural and cultural trend-setter. Start off at the painstakingly reconstructed Frauenkirche church before an evening enjoying some of Germany’s finest contemporary and classical arts.
In the city of Dresden, you will feast your eyes with the "Zwinger" (between the walls) Palace, one of the most charming example of the late baroque architecture in Europe. If you’re intrigued in jewellery and silversmith’s trade you will find interesting pieces in the" Green Vault" Museum.
On the "Theaterplatz" (Theater’s square), we advise you to discover one of the most famous operas in the world, the Semper Opera, and the Hofkirche, the court’s catholique church, housing splendid artworks.
Follow the bicycle path through pastures and reach the Pillnitz Palace and its lovely Park. Eventually, enjoy wandering on the Brühl Terraces, known as the "Balcony of Europe".
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Dresden can be found.
Address: Bayrische Straße 2 1069 Dresden
Address: Hansastraße 2 1097 Dresden
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- "Not a nice choice if u " Pui Chi l. 15/07/2014
Not a nice choice if u want to sleep better Thee area is small No bathing as well
- "Nice travel" Pui Chi l. 15/07/2014
- "Wonderful trip" . 01/04/2014
Very comfortable. I like it very much
- "Good and satisfying " Shashank s. 09/10/2013
Good work keep it up !!!!
- "Convenient but pricey" Tan c. 08/10/2013
it was really convenient to be able to take a direct train from dresden, but it was too pricey. Basically, even with a railpass the fees we paid to reserve a room was more than w/o it. What is the point of selling the pass if the direct sale (without the pass) was cheaper? and considering the amount I paid, i would appreciate if it wasn't triple sharing. The cabin was too small for triple sharing: there was hardly enough space to place our luggage. Only saving grace was the very helpful staff on the train.
- "Great Trip" Andrew b. 04/11/2012
This was my first time travelling from Prague to Dresden by train and whilst I was looking forward to it, it far exceeded my expectations. As always the train service in this part of the world is excellent - but the scenery as the train winds its way along the river is fantastic. I would recommend this to anyone.