Hotel Bayerischer Hof Dresden

Antonstrasse 35, Dresden, Saxony, 01097, Germany
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Forum Posts

need advice

by chienjoo

Hi,

I would like to get advices on places to visit. I am reaching franfurt early morning on 10 june,going to berlin directly on 10 june for 3days 2 nights, however, due to airline company cancelling the flight i need to bring forward one day, hence i will reach frankfurt on 9 june instead. Shall i
1. spend one more day in berlin, or
2. stay a day to explore franfurt,or
3.spend a night in dresden before going to berlin, or
4. spend a night in marburg before going to berlin? Or do you have any recommendation ? Thank you

Re: need advice

by mgmarcus

Dresden is past Berlin from where you are coming from so you would be spending a time going away from Berlin only to come back to it one day later. Saying that though Dresden would be a good adventure but it is worth more than a part day. I would not spend the time in Frankfurt when you can spend more time in Berlin instead.

Consider the palaces, town and dutch quarter at Potsdam which you can easily do as a short day trip by public transport from Berlin.

Re: need advice

by chienjoo

thank you very much!!!

Travel Tips for Dresden

Kunst genießen :-)

by Gillianina

Gemälde Galerie Alte Meister. (Old Masters gallery). This is a museum located in the Zwinger, with several wonderful and precious paintings by painters like the Italian Carracci, Raffaello, and also German, as the romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich. This was the place I liked the most in Dresden and the one of which I have the most beautoful memories :-) Our guide was great, a man who really loved his job and made all what he said really interesting. He surely contributed to make my trip in Dresden so beautiful.

Christmas in Dresden

by Ekaterinburg

Dresden's Christmas Markets are legendary. The Striezelmarkt on the Altmarkt Square, in existence since c.1500, is one of the oldest and most famous in Germany. We visited on the 30th of November which was the day most of the markets opened for the season. At lunchtime, walking round the Neumarkt we came upon the small but vibrant market at Mungasse Lane and stopped for lunch.

At the entrance to the market was a large yellow object which looked like something from The Magic Roundabout. This apparently is an Erzgebirge Christmas Pyramid and the one at the Striezelmarkt is the largest in the world. The base of this pyramid is a bar where you can get Gluwein and other drinks. I've seen a lot of Christmas Markets over the last few years but this was the first time I'd seen one of these large colourful pyramids.

Later in the afternoon I crossed the river and visited the Christmas Market on the Haupstrasse. There was no pyramid here but it was far less crowded and not thronged with tourists. Families were shopping, little children were riding on the carousel and it was unbelievably festive and atmospheric. There was plenty of room to move here and space to admire the merchandise. Great crafts and food as well as bags, scarves and traditional beverages.

A really lovely feature of Christmas in Dresden is the Paddle Boats on the River Elbe, all decorated with lights and Christmas trees. The Christmas trees around the city were not all up and while visiting the Frauenkirche a truck trundled on to the square with the biggest tree I'd ever seen, tied on the back. Much later in the evening I came back and the tree had been erected. The square and Christmas market stalls were now absolutely buzzing and the crisp, frosty air was laden with delicious smells and sounds.

There are several Christmas Festivals in Dresden. I have details on the most unusual of these in one of the tips below.

BLASEWITZ: Europa Fountain

by Kathrin_E

The bronze sculpture of Europa riding the bull was made by Georg Wrba in 1922/22.
The original was heavily damaged in World War II and could not be repaired. The Sculptor Lothar Janus made a copy of the sculpture when the expressionist fountain was reconstructed in the 1990s.

Location: Königsheimplatz in Blasewitz (tram 6 and 12)

Dresden by night

by tini58de

Dresden by night

as seen from the bank of the Elbe river
when we were there on a late May weekend, there was music playing and partying going on as we sat there and enjoyed view and atmosphere!

In Berlin, Dresden, and probably Everywhere!

by grishaV1 about Maredo

Its suppose to be an authentic Aregentinian Steakhouse, but most of the items on the menu were not because of host had visited Argentina many times and told us this, but everything was very good. The tables were very good in that you never felt people were so close to you, you cannot have conversation or something. The interior was mostly done in red and warm orange so that was very relaxing but simulating at the same time. You see these restaurants in Berlin too but I had never been to one there. I had a steak with hollandaise sauce, pomme frites and salat, it was cooked just right. Though I didn´t finish it all, my companion did :-)

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Address: Antonstrasse 35, Dresden, Saxony, 01097, Germany