Aparthotel Muenzgasse

Muenzgasse 10, Dresden, Saxony, 01067, Germany
Aparthotel Muenzgasse
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  • Families90
  • Couples77
  • Solo100
  • Business40

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Forum Posts

Place to stay

by bugulma

Hi
I’m planning to go to Stuttgart in May and then to have some voyages in some cities near by.
Would you advise the place to stay in Dresden or in suburbs for 1-2 nights for 2 persons? First of all I’m interesting in cheap places.

Re: Place to stay

by tini58de

Dresden is a fabulous city for a visit, so I would highly recommend going there! We stayed at the Mescalero Guesthouse, which is fairly new, centrally located and not too expensive. Have a look at their website (which you can find in the accomodation tip on my Dresden page).

Enjoy your stay!

Christine

Re: Re: Place to stay

by Sympathisant

check hospitalityclub.org
this was founded in that city and there is a lively scene there

Travel Tips for Dresden

Dresden Tip

by Ansgar

If you like to go out of Dresden and discover the surroundings, Rathen in 'Saxon Switzerland' would be a good try. You get there by S-Bahn from the main- or Neustadt station or from Bad Schandau (if you are on your way from Praha to Dresden you can stop there). The station to get off is named 'Kurort Rathen', then you have to take the ferry across the river 'Elbe'. There are beautiful sights from the mountain top, as you can see on the picture, I will put in there tomorrow - it is really worth climbing them. There are several ways to the Bastei (on top), my favourite is one that leads through a narrow ravine. To find this way you have to go straight through the village in the valley until the end of the street, then turn left. (I know this is rather vague, but just try it, you really can't miss the Bastei. It is a real tourist spot). You can also just walk around the area, it is nice all over the place. There are also many very well known spots for freeclimbing.

PROHLIS: The Charms Of Socialist Housing

by Kathrin_E

Prohlis is a suburb in the southeast of Dresden that contains entirely of Plattenbauten, uniform apartment buildings made from prefabricated slabs. Here you can see and feel how ideology wanted the New Socialist Human Being to live.

Most of the houses have been renovated in recent years. The quarter has got a modern shopping mall and tram connection. Anyway, the atmosphere is still somehow depressing, even on a bright sunny spring day with the pink cherry trees in bloom.

The little protestant church and community centre, built in 1982, almost disappears among the surrounding multi-storey houses. According to the parish's website, it want s to be "the Lord's modest hut among His people." This is one of the few new churches that could be built after a change in GDR politics towards the Churches in the late 70s. The bell tower, however, has only been added in 2005.

The Sächsische Schweiz

by richiecdisc

The Sächsische Schweiz or Saxony's Switzerland, Saxony's renowned National Park, is also its most beautiful asset. Formed during the Cretaceous period, between 1444 and 66 million years ago, by sediment deposits that grew over the course of time to up to 600 meters, the Elbsandsteinbegirge (sandstone mountains) has been the playground of nature lovers for some two hundred years. With over 1200 hiking paths and some 1100 peaks, the park offers something for everyone. The romantic intermingling of man-made structures and those of nature is perhaps its most intriguing feature. It's just a short drive from Dresden and well worth the effort to get out there.

bike-Taxis are a lot of fun

by globetrott

In the centre of Dresden you may take one of these funny Velo-Taxis that may take 2 persons around the town and is driven by muscular-power of a student.
That kind of Taxi is certainly a good equivalent to ordinary taxis, especially for tourists, not beeing in a hurry during their vacations, and they may go at streets, where ordinary cars wre not allowed to drive through.
The price of the ride is per person:
2,50 € for up to 1000 meters
1,00 € for each additional Km

A ride of 30 minutes is 7,50 €uros
children up to 2 years are free
from 2 till 12 years they pay half price

History served ... with potatoes :-)

by mauro_pd about Pulverturm

Impossible to be more than central located than this restaurant !!!!!
In the basement of an old historical building beside the Frauenkirche, several rooms each one decorated in a different style ... but everything is about recalling history.
People singing and joking can makes your dinner a funny one or an horrible as well :-) Wuerzfleisch !!!! ... and skip the starters unless you have a cubic meter stomach.

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