Why spend hours in overcrowded trains or buses, if you can make your traveling customized and pleasant?9:00 Leaving Prague11:00 Arrival to Dresden, a guided walk and free time for lunch, shopping and art in the historical centerYou'll see Frauen Kirche, the Residential Palace, the State Opera, Zwinger15:00 Heading to Berlin17:00 Arrival at your hotel in Berlin
Discover a piece of history and admire the fascinating architecture of the Semperoper in Dresden on a 45-minute guided tour. Explore one of the most beautiful and prestigious opera houses in the world, and learn about the history of this grand building.The Meetingpoint and Entrance to the Semperoper Dresden for voucher holders is at Door No. 2, Theaterplatz 2, 01067 Dresden. The Entry is granted at the beginning of the tour.
We take you to your destination comfortably and safely, in a private service. Pick up at your hotel with a welcome sign under your name. End at your hotel in destination city. You can opt to have 1 hour guided tour + 1 hour free time to discover Dresden, a beautiful german city betwen Berlin and Prague, called "The Florence of the Elbe". The service does not include a guided visit of the city por Dresden.If you wish a guided visit, please inform this on your booking. Extra costs apply. The distance between Berlin and Prague is 355km, with an approximate travel time of 3.5 to 4 hours. Dresden is located almost exaclty in the middle of the way.
Get a full commentary of Dresden's origins and life in the post-communist eraLearn about the importance of Meisen pottery to the regionExplore the Old Town, the Semper Opera house, and the Balcony of EuropeDiscover the Zwinger PalaceEnjoy the journey from the comfort of a coach hired just for your tour group with a local expert guide
This guided 10-hour day trip from Dresden will take you right into the heart of the Bohemian and Saxon Switzerland National Park. Combine the best of both parks and see Saxon Switzerland National Park in Saxony, Germany as well as Bohemian Switzerland National Park in Bohemia, Czech Republic in one day.
An exclusive tour for all the romantics of the world! Together with the professional local guide, you will visit the most romantic places in the city. What is so special about Zwinger palace? You will feel spellbound in a charming atmosphere. What is considered as one of the best places to have a date in the city? Where can you make lovely photos? You will be surprised how many historical love stories are hidden in the streets, buildings, parks of the city. From heartbreaking and tragic, to the hilarious or spicy ones. What is the most famous historical couple of the Germany country? This tour is especially recommended in the Saint Valentine period!
Maximise your time in the Czech Republic with a private guide, a driver at your disposal, and a full-day tour custom-made for you. You will be guided to the very best spots of Saxon Switzerland National Park in Germany only 2 hrs drive from Prague such as Bastei Bridge and Dresden. Experience the local cuisine, enjoy walks in the most preserved part if the National park and take dozens of pictures while exploring our natural heritage. Lunch and entrance fees are included.
The most demanded tour with the length of daily stages 50 km offers an optimum balance of cycling and discovering of regional peculiarities. The tour speed leaves you a lot of space for your personal experiences. Especialy appropriate tour for those who can aprreciate an active way spent holidays combined with some serendipity.
Ein Blick - Drei ZeitenZu Beginn des 18. Jahrhunderts lässt August der Starke Dresden zum barocken Gesamtkunstwerk umbauen. Im Zweiten Weltkrieg wird das Florenz an der Elbe großflächig zerstört. Seit der Wiedervereinigung kehrt das alte Dresden mehr und mehr zurück. Dieses Buch zeigt 25 Dresdner Orte in drei verschiedenen Zeiten und macht dadurch die Stadt mit ihren geschichtlichen Kontinuitäten und Brüchen erfahrbar. Deutsch-englische Ausgabe mit Stadtplan und geführtem Spaziergang---------One View - Three ErasAt the beginning of the eighteenth century, Augustus II (known as "Augustus the Strong") had Dresden rebuilt into a complete work of Baroque art. Often referred to as "Florence on the Elbe", much of the city was destroyed during the Second World War. Since the reunifi cation of Germany, the Dresden of the past has been gradually restored to its former glory. This book shows twenty-fi ve sites in Dresden from three different historical perspectives, making it possible to see the city in times of both peace and destruction.German-English edition with map and guided tour