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Dresden single bar

On the north bank of the Elbe River is the Neustadt, which accounts for most of the trendy pubs, bars and clubs, and the majority of the restaurants in the city. Striezelmarkt, located at Altmarkt in Altstadt, is Germany's oldest Christmas market and is the largest in Dresden. There is a tour English language offered by Volkswagen. Try to get a room with view on the Elbe river. Peanut shells are scattered on the floor and as the name suggests, peanuts are the central theme.

Modern yet comfortable hotel situated a

Introduction The city Dresden, capital of Saxony, is famous for its barock riverfront. Seats which do not have a good view are very cheap, and you can sit on benches behind the seats, right at the top of the auditorium, for free.

On my first visit in I could only find one place to drink in the Altstadt. Entry is free to the palace but some collections such as the porcelain exhibition have an entry fee.

The prices are higher than elsewhere

The prices are higher than elsewhere, but still affordable. Modern yet comfortable hotel, situated a short distance from the city and the airport. The former Waldschlösschen premises now house a brewpub, while the old Feldschlösschen brewery functions as a brewery tap. Has a nice view of the Elbe and outside seating.

Has a nice view of

Bus to the airport in front of the house. Villas and Villages - stroll arround through the many villa neighbourhoods like Blasewitz, Loschwitz, Kleinzschachwitz or Radeberger Vorstadt. In addition to the standard rooms, the hotel offers studios for up to three persons and apartments for up to four persons. Filmnächte Film nights Jun-Aug - on the banks of the Elbe, just across the castle on the other side of the river.

Wasserwerk Trachau, Aachener Str. Warm up with delicious mulled wine from the Glühwein Buden. When in Germany make sure to try a speciality that is not regarded particularly as German at first sight. It normally takes place within the second week of May from May in and attracts bands and visitors from all over Europe, America and the world. The bikes come in handy because it's in the north area of the Neustadt.

On my first visit in I

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The former Waldschlösschen premises

Radeberg - a small town a short S-Bahn ride away from Dresden. Extremly busy on weekends and mondays studentsday with cheaper prices and always a guarantee for a wild party. Although Dresden is larger than Munich when measured by area, the historic centre is quite compact and walkable. Good menu of regional beers and mixed drinks, as well as non-alcoholic drinks and coffees.

From the entrance, go into the main floor bar and straight to the back. Their fried potatoes are excellent, though their green vegetables are overcooked. Serves currywurst, a Berlin invention, with several flavors of sauce. Dedicated to Erich Käster who was born and grew up in Dresden.

There is always very good music. Very nice, lively neighbourhood. Contemporary art gallery hotel with restaurant and bar as well as a healthclub and free wi-fi access. Home of the Radeberger Brewery.

You can also go on a ride on a miniature train through the park. Beer is cheap and there's a small dance floor for those who feel like dancing. Again - in summer it is difficult to get in.

Today, doner kebab is typically served as a kind of sandwich in pita flat bread. Located on a hill with a splendid view over Elbe riverside from the outside garden. During this period, many Christmas markets open up throughout the whole city. They have pictures of Mozart on the walls and his music playing in the background.

The remains of the old fort. Gives you a glimse of what a fort in a medieval European town was like.

Entry is free to the