1 - 30
1 hr 30 mins
After a short introduction to the history of Dresden, you will experience a varied and entertaining walking tour through the historical old town.
You will the Theatre Square with the Semperoper, the Semper Gallery, the Italian Hamlet, the Schinkelwache and the Residenz Castle.
Afterwards, we continue with a visit of the baroque Zwinger Palace with the Nymph Bath.
We pass the Taschenbergpalais and the Castle Square with the Georgentor and the Cathedral and continue up the perron to the Brühlsche Terrace from where you have a great view over the new town of Dresden.
Via the Münzgasse, the "pub mile" of the old town, I will lead you to the Frauenkirche on the Neumarkt. Here you will also see the Coselpalais, the Albertinum and the Johanneum at the Jüdenhof.
After a quick side-trip to the Stallhof, you will see the famous Fürstenzug.
Our tour ends at Theatre Quare, where you can subsequently spend some time in one of the many nice cafés.
Take pot luck what there is more to discover - e.g. beautiful patios, a letter stone, a king who translated Dante and another king of whom it is said that he had more than 300 children... but we won't reveal all that here, but only on the tour!