Offers of city tours and guided walking tours through Dresden for your holiday, your vacation, your business trip, your language educational tour or your travel stay at the Elbe river. Our vacation apartments in the DresdenBaroque District as tastefully furnished and fully equipped apartments and vocations are ideal starting point for your discovery of Dresden and the surrounding area.
The city guides take her guests to the chequered history of the past centuries. During which Dresden evolved as a royal residence, a metropolis of art and culture and an international trade centre, a place of trendsetting discoveries and inventions, and melting pot of different cultures its world-famous architectural ensemble, its unique charm, and of course also its myths, mysteries and peculiarities ...
The Theaterplatz square, where basically many guiding tours in Dresden starting, gives you a brief introduction to the Dresden building history of baroque with a walk of the Dresden Zwinger Palace to Taschenberg Palace and continuing across Theaterplatz Square to the Semper Opera House, the Cathedral and to Dresden Castle. Flavoured with anecdotes about August the Strong (1670 - 1733), his policy, his mistresses, porcelain, Heinrich Schütz (1585 - 1672), Karl Maria von Weber (1786 - 1826), and Richard Wagner (1813 - 1883) you will become aware of personalities, who shaped the reputation of Dresden and with this made the town become one of the hottest cultural metropolises in the world.
Almost a classic but always something special is the round giuded tour of the Stable Courtyard to the Fürstenzug (the largest picture made of porcelain in the world) across Brühl’s Terrace and around Frauenkirche Church. You will get a general idea about the chequered Saxon history of the past centuries peppered with anecdotes from the manorial royal dynasty. The Frauenkirche Church, a symbol of reconciliation and materialisation of the new old soul of Dresden sets the end point of a fascinating historical journey of discovery, that will give you more appetite (for Dresden)!
A eventful not so long guided tour through king August’s “New King’s Town” (today the Baroque District, around the Golden Cavalier) will whisk you away to Baroque and to the Wilhelminian style. Due to written records, exciting stories and comments on the architecture this round tour becomes a journey of discovery, and an adventurous ramble of the well preserved and lovingly restored urban landscape with its narrow alleys and snug inner courtyards.
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