QF Quartier an der Frauenkirche Dresden

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Neumarkt 1, Dresden, Saxony, 01067, Germany
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Train ticket

by jodie_

Can I travel from Cottbus Hbf to Dresden Hbf with a train ticket "Das Sachsen-Ticket" - which is a Länder ticket? Or do I need an extra ticket from Cottbus to the border of the Sachsen Land?
Thanks for info.

Re: Train ticket

by Turtleshell

You'd indeed need an additional ticket. A standard-ticket Cottbus-Dresden (one-way) sells for less than 20 Euro. Hence a Sachsen-Ticket would only pay off, would you return to Cottbus the same day.

Re: Train ticket

by abalada

Cottbus is in Brandenburg and thus not covered by the Saxony Ticket.
Map showing where the Saxony Ticket is valid for:
http://www.bahn.de/regional/view/mdb/pv/planen_buchen/liniennetzkarten/2008/MDB43868-streckennetz_suedost_2008.pdf
A few places in Brandenburg are however covered. E.g. you could buy a normal ticket from Cottbus to Ruhland and use the Saxony from there on.

Makes no sense for a single person and a one-way trip however.

Travel Tips for Dresden

old buildings

by call_me_rhia

old buildings - of which there are many in Dresden. Most of them were ruined or even destroyed by bombs during the second world War. As you walk around the town you'll see plenty of them in serious need of restauration. If you look closely, however, you'll see how incredibly nice they were... with a little fantasy you can even imagine how this city ould have looked like oin it's pre-war splendour. the little details from some crumbling down buildings. Luckily there are plans to renew them all - it will take some time since there are plenty of them - but if they don't fall down in the meantime...

Dresdner Stadtfest on the third Weekend in August

by Kakapo2

When we were in Dresden in 2007 we more or less stumbled over the Stadtfest, since 1998 celebrated on the third weekend of August.

This is Dresden’s biggest party, and entry is free. The whole inner city is full of food and drink stalls, stages for live music, and comedy. and tables and seats for your convenience. A great way to have fun, meet people, and enjoy some fresh local delicatessen at low prices.

The biggest stage shows are at Theaterplatz, which is really fabulous with the magic Semperoper in the background.

A highlight is the animation of the historic “Fürstenzug”, the Procession of Princes you see depicted on the outer wall of the Royal Stables, on the way from Frauenkirche to the castle. This pageant includes 45 horses and 90 actors in historic costumes, and takes place on the Sunday of the big party.

On Saturday evening there is a steamship fest on the Elbe.

http://www.dresden-stadtfest.de/

Another festival Dresden is famous for is the Dixieland-Festival. It takes place in May and attracts half a million people.
More info on www.dixieland.de

The Striezelmarkt in December is Germany’s oldest Christmas market (see tip about Altmarkt).

Meissen is a perfect example

by richiecdisc

Meissen is a perfect example of why the former East Germany is such a great place for exploration. Dating back as a settlement to 968 and the perfect Gothic cathedral to 1260. Its an extremely well preserved medieval city and charmingly without the number of tourists you would find in a comparable West Germany city. Since its only 27 km from Dresden, Meissen is well worth some exploration for its magnificent Gothic buildings and the wine growing region surrounding it. You can reach it by train or boat and can easily be done as a day trip. Though I've never spent the night I've seen some lovely night photos and it seems well worth it if you have the time.

Bottom's Up

by Antji about Fun with Richie & Doreen

Bottums up you will find in the Neustadt of Dresden. It´s a little pub mostly for students where you can sit outside in the sommer or inside on comportable couches. In this pub you can drink belgian beer - Duvel. I had the pleasure to have a meeting with Richie & Doreen there in 2002 and 2004. Perfectly we have drunken some glasses of Duvel.
In addition you can eat some snacks there. students look

Hefeweizen and Vindaloo??

by jglsongs about Scheune Cafe

The Scheune Café is an outdoor beer garden in the new part of Dresden...a look that's completely German with a menu that's right out of India. It's part of the Scheune.org cultural center. Find a table (easier said than done), then order drinks and dinner at the booth. Carry your drinks back and your dinner will be brought to you.

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Address: Neumarkt 1, Dresden, Saxony, 01067, Germany