Admire the treasures of the Saxonian kings at the Green Vault. Come up on world known paintings like the Sistine Madonna in our art galleries. Explore milestones of architecture, from the baroque Our Lady’s Church to modern age, around the Military History Museum. Listen to the musical sounds of world-class artists in the Semperoper as well as in the Palace of Culture. You can find your favourite place – to stay at or to return to - between feisty Neustadt with its trendy pubs and hedonists and the historic downtown with its art treasures.
Use our special offers at the weekends for your perfect holiday in Dresden.
We gladly arrange city tours, theatre visits or trips to the appealing outskirts of Dresden. Have you already been to Meißen, Saxon Switzerland, Castle Pillnitz or fairytale-like Moritzburg?
Each Tuesday and Thursday Igeltours offers a walking city tour.
Each Wednesday you may join a sightseeing tour. The bus stops directly at the hotel entrance. For further information or to book please ask our reception team.
Be inspired by our small selection of suggestions for your visit to Dresden:
Dresden Castle, Zwinger Palace with its art gallery “Old Masters”, Albertinum with its art gallery “New Masters”, Our Lady’s Church, Golden Equestrian, Brühl's Terrace…
Theater & Music
Semper Opera, State Theater Dresden, Dresden Philharmonic, Dresden State Operetta, State Stage Saxony, Dresden “Comödie”, TJG. Theatre for young audiences, cabaret “Herkuleskeule”…
Museums & Exhibitions
Military History Museum, German Hygiene Museum, Erich Kästner Museum, City Museum, Museum of Dresden Romanticism (Kügelgen House), the Glass Manufactory, Museum of Science and Technology, Collection of porcelain, Mathematical-Physical Salon (at Dresden City Art Museum), Transport Museum…
Shopping facilities and areas
Altmarkt Galerie Dresden, Centrum Galerie, Prager Straße, Hauptstraße, Königstraße…
Experience the trendy pubs in Dresden Neustadt or stroll comfortably through the historic downtown bars near Our Lady’s Church, between “Weiße Gasse” and “Münzgasse”