Astonishing Dresden – Guided Walking Tour
Explore the best of Dresden on a guided walking tour through the city. Discover Brühl’s Terrace, an architectural gem surrounded by fascinating landmarks. From outside, admire the beautiful Frauenkirche Dresden and learn about its heritage that goes back centuries in the past. Explore Neumarkt, Dresden’s cultural melting pot where every corner carries a dose of inspiration and views that need to be admired. Also, learn about its hardships from the past that correlate to events from the Second World War. Through storytelling and sightseeing explore the fascinating Dresden Stable Yard, a place where inspiration, art, creativity, and beautiful sites combine. Become familiar with some of the most intriguing events of Saxony’s history as you pass by a captivating mural from the 19th century. In Dresden’s historic center, witness the astonishing Cathedral from the 18th century and admire Dresden’s royal palace. End the tour near one of the most beautiful opera houses in the world where incredible landmarks, monuments and centuries-old heritage is found.
- Professional local tour guide
- Admission fee to Frauenkirche Dresden: 8 EUR
- Admission fee to Residenzschloss: 4 EUR
- Admission fee to The Dresden Zwinger: 10 EUR
Route & Duration
The Brühl's Terrace is well known for being the home of the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts where you can find many artists out selling their unique pieces of handmade art made right on the spot. The many colorful cafes and shading around the terrace made it a fine place for visitors to sit down somewhere and enjoy a light lunch or drink while immersing themselves in the atmosphere of the place.
A reconstruction of the once destroyed church in World War II, Many visitors have come from around the world to view the numerous verbal events and music concerts that have taken place here & to take a walk to the rooftop for a panoramic view of the city.
A historic square that mixes elements from both the old and new to rebuild this place into a bustling market next to the Frauenkirche. Many of Dresden's attractions lead up to this place, making it a photogenic spot for tourists who want to decide on where to go.
The Dresden Stable Yard
This stable was once the storage place for the horses from the royal palace, with many sides of the interior decorated with carvings depicting the nobles on their steeds on the racetrack. In the present, the stable now functions as a Johanneum and Transport Museum to showcase the Renaissance times and the popularity of jousting back then.
A 102-meter-long mural that was once commissioned back in 1889 depicted the Wettin house of margraves, electors, dukes, and kings to celebrate the Wettin Dynasty's 800th anniversary. The mural also features farmers, craftsmen, scientists, artists, children, and even the mural's creator himself, Wilhelm Walther in this expansive tapestry of the past.
Kathedrale Sanctissimae Trinitatis
This cathedral is considered the most important catholic church in the city and has been the burial site of the House of Wettin and Polish monarchs. Along with the crypts, the church boasts a collection of statues and the fine art of people who had played a significant history in catholicism in the world.
This museum showcases the largest collection of art, history, armor, and more creative items made in the Baroque era for people interested in the treasures of Europe. Those enamored by knights and swords can find their time spent well observing the many historical battle weapons and collections found in this museum.
Theaterplatz links to three of the major landmarks of Dresden, the Semperoper opera house, the Zwinger place complex, and the Hofkirche can all be viewed in this place. This vibrant square is proud of its musical culture, accompanied by street musicians and outdoor concerts alike & features a memorial for a composer who worked as the Court Music Director for Dresden.
Ranked as Germany's most well-known Baroque buildings, these large enclosed pleasure grounds function as museums that cover the country's artistic, mathematical, and physical history of the country & as a public space for staging music and theater performances.
In front of Brühl's Terrace
(Georg-Treu-Platz 1, 01067 Dresden, Germany) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.