Hotel Suitess zu Dresden

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An der Frauenkirche 13, Dresden, Saxony, 01067, Germany
Hotel Suitess zu Dresden
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Forum Posts

Desden steam railway depot/museum

by malkit41

Location of site and opening times 29/30 april 2007.

Re: Desden steam railway depot/museum

by abalada

but on the 28. and 29. April there are special trains between Dresden Hauptbahnhof and the museum

28. and 29. April the museum will be open from 10am till 5pm.
Monday, 30. April the museum is not open.

Travel Tips for Dresden

Spend as much time as you can...

by tom0990

Spend as much time as you can walking around the Altstadt admiring how beautiful it really is. Try to walk down the Elbe to get a great view of the city skyline. I found it fascinating to compare photos of Dresden at the end of WWII to the way that it appears now. Sitting outside in a cafe near the Semper Oper drinking a Felsenkeller Dunkel one beautiful evening watching people go by.

Dresdner Christstollen - Unique Christmas Cake

by Ekaterinburg

This has to be the food most associated with Dresden at Christmas and there were signs and shops selling it and advertising it everywhere. One of the trams was decorated with stollen images and kept flashing by like an enormous, animated, wiggling cake.

Like most things in Dresden Augustus the Strong had something to do with this tradition and in 1730 he got the members of the Bakers Guild to make a giant stollen weighing 1.8 tons. This laid the basis for the festival which happens in Dresden each December and over the years a legend has emerged which suggests that the stollen with its white layer of icing sugar is a symbol of the Christ Child wrapped in swaddling clothes. Definitely a little far-fetched but as I once considered a bottle of wine wrapped in a white cloth to be like a swaddled new-born, I can't really refute the idea.

The Stollen Festival is a huge and colourful affair with a procession through the Old Town and the election of a Stollen Maiden. A giant stollen is carried through the streets and the Grand Stollen Knife, which looks big enough to chop off a few heads with.

It all sounds way over the top but I was not surprised to read about this because every where I looked in Dresden I saw Stollen. Eventually I got to taste some and it was indeed light and delicious. There is a basic recipe but apparently every baker has his own variation usually handed down as a family secret.

Later in December, seeing stollen for sale in our local Lidl, I was quirte excited. However, it wasn't made in Dresden so I didn't buy it.

Castle and parc Grossedlitz

by Antji

Grossedlitz is a nice place to visit. It´s a little bit outside of Dresden in direction of the Town Pirna. But its beautiful to every saison. I had my last trip in octobre 2004 to Grossedlitz and I loved to jump through the leaves with the doc of a friend.
If you wanna go to this parc you have to pay a little bit but not at the winter time.

Take a Ride on Johanna or another Elbe Ferry

by Kakapo2

We tried Johanna. Johanna is one of the 19 ferries that provide regular, efficient and cheap transportation across the upper part of the river Elbe (Oberelbe). In total there are about 30 such ferry connections. On the 52 kilometre stretch between Dresden and the Czech border they have 13 ferry sites, so one each four kilometres.

Johanna connects Neustadt and Johannstadt where you have these famous and fabulous Elbwiesen and Elbauen, those meadows and grassy floodplains. We walked to the ferry site in Neustadt from Pfunds Molkerei (not very far) and on the city side back to the centre (a bit further… more than 1 km).

More than 10,000 people use the ferries daily, often more. They often are the essential and short links for villages on the “wrong” side of the Elbe to the railway stations on the other side.

Of course, the ferries are also tourist attractions. When we were on the ferry there were only tourists on it. Some ferries also criss-cross the Elbe, so you can get from place to place, especially along Saxony’s vineyards. The ferry from Schöna to Hrenska is even international.
The fare inside the Dresden tariff zone is included in the Transportation Passes – and is cheap if you have to pay.

A single trip costs 90 Euro cents, a return trip 1.50 Euro.
Car transportation costs 1.50 Euro, bigger vehicles 5 Euro..


by pieter_jan_v about McDonalds

Yes, McDonald is in Dresden too with the following branches:

Altmarkt - ECE-Center - 01067
Wilsdruffer Strasse 19/21 - 01067 (McCafe)
Pragerstrasse 4A - 01068 (McCafe)
Hansastrasse - Neustadt - 01097 (McCafe + McDrive)
Peschelstrasse 38 -A4 Autobahn- 01139 (McCafe + McDrive) A salade


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Address: An der Frauenkirche 13, Dresden, Saxony, 01067, Germany