Hotel Aviv Dresden

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Flugelweg 4-6, Dresden, Saxony, 01157, Germany
Hotel Aviv Dresden
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prague-dresden train

by hivaoa1

hello i am planning to visit a friend in dresden, i would like to leave from prague by train on dic. 27th evening, can anyone of you tell me the timetables? i would like to go back into prague on the 29th
or is there a link to see the several train possibilities?
thank you in advance

RE: prague-dresden train

by eledhwen


trip to Dresden could be done in this way:

> 27.12. Prague-Holesovice - Dresden 16:34 - 18:47 EC 170 Hungaria
> 27.12. Prague, main st. - Dresden 18:46 - 21:26 R60378
> 27.12. Prague, main st. - Dresden 20:06 - 22:51 EN 352 Johannes Kepler

The back route is as follows:

> 29.12. Dresden Hbf - Prague-Holesovice 13:21 - 11:09 EC 173 VINDOBONA
> 29.12. Dresden Hbf - Prague-Holesovice 15:21 - 13:09 EC 175
> 29.12. Dresden Hbf - Prague-Holesovice 15:09 - 17:21 EC 177
> 29.12. Dresedn Hbf - Prague, main st. 17:09 - 19:34 EC 371
> 29.12. Dresden Hbf - Prague, main st. 19:09 - 21:34 EC 179
> 29.12. Dresden Hbf - Prague, main st. 21:09 - 23:39 R 377 Galileo Galilei

But for the prices you have to ask at the International ticket booth at the railway station.


RE: RE: prague-dresden train

by hivaoa1

oh thank you so so much, now i can organize myself with the flights ^__^ yeppieeeeee

RE: RE: prague-dresden train

by eledhwen

You are welcome :-)

RE: RE: prague-dresden train

by elbegewa

you can find schedules and fares on either the german rail website or the czech rail website at (look at the bottom right corner for flags of various languages you'd like)

Travel Tips for Dresden

Save with Day and Annual Pass for Museums

by Kakapo2


If you plan to visit more than two museums it is well worth to buy a day or even a year pass for all museums of the city. Those passes exclude only the museum Historisches Grünes Gewölbe and special exhibitions.

A daypass (Tageskarte) costs 12 Euro, a family ticket 25 Euro.

An annual pass costs 20 Euro.

If you consider that the admission for the museum Alte Meister already costs 12 Euro, and the Porzellansammlung 6 Euro, you can see how fast it is worth to have the annual pass.

A Wecome Splash of Local Colour

by Ekaterinburg

Dresden's buildings, magnificent as they may be, are quite dark and indeed decidedly grimy looking. Standing in the centre of Theater Platz at 11.00 a.m. with a wind from the Elbe that would cut you in two, there was a distinct abscence of colour. Suddenly, this girl appeared on her bike and cheerfully propped it against the wall as she sorted out the mail. I was intrigued to see a woman as a post person, because this is something I never see at home and absolutely tickled pink at the notion of a postman/woman riding a bycicle. Here post persons haven't ridden bycicles since the 70's and would probably strike immediately if they were asked to do so. This girl lit up the morning with her bright yellow uniform and bike, not to mention her lovely blond hair.


by globetrott

Weesenstein castle is a perfect halfday-trip from Dresden or a fullday in combination with other castles and sights in the south of town, as you may easyly get there by train.
The first castle in Wesenstein dates back to the year 1300 and more and more buildings were constructed and added around the eldest part in the middle.
You may go on a tour through the castle on your own and will see plenty of great rooms, some of which have walls, covered by leather-tapestries.
These leather-tapestries may be seen best during the summer, as in winter you have to view these rooms through a glass-door :-((
2 chapels are inside the castle :
one catholic for the king and one protestant chapel for the ordinary people, beeing a lot bigger and more beautiful than the one for the king....
The castle is open daily :
09.00a.m. - 06.00p.m.
in winter they close already at 05.00 p.m. !!
Entrance-fee is 3,50 Euros
Permit for photography is 1 € extra !

More on Trains To and From Dresden

by grishaV1

The prices from Berlin to Dresden are at the moment: 33Euros one way, and 56Euros round trip for under 26 and students. Regular prices are 30.20euros one way for 2nd class, and 45.40 one way for 1st class. On weekends its also suggest you get a seat reservation for 2.60 extra to have a seat reserved for you because its busier then.

Remember if you miss the stop at Dresden most likely you go on to Prague, not a bad destination, but if you needed to be in Dresden, not so good. I almost did this not paying attention with earphones on.

A Eurrailpass, Europass or German Rail Pass can be used up to the German border but not in Czech Rep. This is the same train you take to get to Dresden. I bought my tickets at the EurAide office in Berlin Zoo Station like usual. If you are going on to Prague there you can buy a Prague Excursion Psss, its for round trip from border to Prague and back to any Czech border within 7 days. This is good if you want to go on to Munich or Vienna or Krakow or Budapest after passing through Dresden and Prague.

Café Vis-a-Vis

by german_eagle

This café, managed by the Hilton hotel, offers nice coffeehouse atmosphere. An elegant large room with stucco and traditional furniture, replicas of paintings that you can see in the Old Masters Gallery nearby, some classical music from CD. In summer you can sit in front of the Café right on Brühl's Terrace and do some "people watching". Very good (fancy) cakes, ice cream, tea and coffee.

The service is very good, attentive, competent and quick. Prices are similar to other places around Neumarkt/Frauenkirche, but that's of course a bit higher than elsewhere in the city. Darjeeling Tea, Black Forest cake or Sachertorte.


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