I've been at this for over a month and I'm tired of it :) It's almost impossible to find a good place to rent in Dresden. I've had enough of the Immobilliens and Internet searches. I prefer to find a place through a real person. Not the internet or an immobilien. If anyone knows of a place to rent (70-90 sq. met.) near a park or forest that is available now please let me know :)
Once I find a place I'm ready to partner with a German Makler and go into the immobilien business for expats. The competition is ridiculous :)
Hi, I intend to visit Dresden the last week of this month. I read that Dresden was affected by the recent flood. Is everything alright now ? I will probably stay in Cologne and visit Dresden for a day. Thanks in advance.
Hi all, iam interested in the area of Weißer Hirsch. Are there some nice places for shopping? I heard about an old and very nice shop Dresden Grünschnabel there with old tiles, very nostalgic anyone been there already? I found some pictures in the web www.gruenschnabel-dresden.com but would be pleased if its worth to go there? Thanks!
I will be in Dresden for two days in early June and want to buy some small lace items. Can anyone recommend me a good place to buy, preferably in the Altstadt where we will be staying or easy walking distance across the river in the Innere Neustadt?
Have been looking at the Saxon Switzerland rock formations. We are traveling mid-December, so not looking at hiking. Are the S-Bahn routes from Dresden towards Bad Schandau mostly over ground as to offer scenic route across Saxon-Switzerland - or will I already get a look at this region if I'm taking the train from Dresden to Prague?
... planning to return for some hiking in the summer ...
We are planning a 3 hour stop over in Dresden between train trips. My first question is, are the lockers at the main Dresden Hbf. Secondly we would like to visit the Old Town, is it easy to get there from the train station. Any advise on making the most of our 3 hours in Dresden would be greatly appreciated.
Please help me with a tip: I want to go from Prague to Dresden by bus and back from Dresden to Prague by train (convenient hours). Cannot find on the Dresden city map where is the bus station. Can anyone tell me that? And also if the train station for Dresden is the main station, Hauptbanhof? I have a good map of the traffic system, I can find it if there is another one.
Thanks for your time,
Please can you help me If I take a normal ticket from Prague to Berlin can I use it next day to Dresden Hauptbahnof o I have to buy another one???
Where i have to go to wtch company of trains in Prague to take the tickets and in DResden
Thank you very much Its my first trip to German
Sorry about this rush but I´m trying to buy a train ticket to go from Dresden ( I want to see the center ) and Berlin , I´m staying in Park Inn Alexanderplatz but there are so many stations that I don´t know where to stop. I´m leaving from Prague , where do I have to stop both times? Thanks a lot.
Hi ! I shall be leaving Dresden for Bayerisch Eisenstein on the above date. Will there be fewer trains than usual this being a public holiday? and any idea if supermarkets or shops will be open ? appreciate any kind of help.
Also how do I get from dresden airport to dresden main train station? read somewhere it is by subway. Can i buy a group ticket and how long is the journey? many thanks
Hi fellow VTers,
Will be flying into Dresden. Never been there before.Have 21 days to spend in europe. thinking of definitely visiting prague. any other suggestions as to where i can go in the area where there are lots of lovely alpine scenery, pretty quaint villages all accessible by train. dont know if it is too much to think about denmark or switzerland.help! we intend to wind down for about a week before flyinng back home from Dresden again. Is there a village near Dresden where we can go for quieet walks amidst stunning scenery?:)
Whereabouts in dresden is the Russian Orthodox Church. I will be arriving by train at the Hauptbahnhof.
I've got about an hour maximum to spare in Dresden. I'm trying to work out what would be a nice, roughly circular, tram route. If we use the same road back and forth from the Old City to the station that's OK, but there's obviously a lot of options for something circular.
Tram 11 from Hauptbahnhof all the way to Albertplatz, then back again on a #3, might do the job (it doesnt have to take an hour, less would be good).
I guess the question might be better put "what's the best bridge to cross over on, and what's the best street that you really should do" and I can work it out from there.
If you could also point me in the direction of some info on how and where to buy tickets and what the cost is, and the quickest way to get tickets for 15 (there's a whole gang of us) that would be nice but I'm sure I'll work that out eventually.
I'd like to know if there is a "day" ticket for public transport in
Dresden and what means of transport it includes.
Btw, I bought a ticket from Dresden Hbf to Frankfurt, but I changed
my hotel and the new one is closer to the Altstadt Bahnhof. The train
stops at the Altstadt Bahnhof and then moves to the Hbf. Do you know if
there could be any problem if I took the train in the Altstadt Bahnhof?
Thanks in advance!
I've seen on some VTers pages that there is a "Dresden Card" for museums.
Is it really worth buying? Where can I get it? Will I enter museums for free
or will only have a discount? With an international student card is the Dresden Card still worth buying?
Thinking about a 1 day trip from Prague to Dresden via train on Dec 24.
Will the city stores, tour areas be closed on that day?
Are the trains unusually crowded on December 24?
Is this a scenic train route?
I don't want to waste time on a train to arrive in a city essentially closed for Christmas Eve.
Thanks in advance for any advice on this issue.
I plan to visit dresden from 22nd Dec to 25th Dec. Will it be very cold and windy? what are chances of snow and if flights will fly during this time. I am from Mumbai, India and we really are not used to any winter as such. Thanks for sending quick answers
my parents are going to Dresden from Karlovy Vary. Apart from sightseeing they would like to do some shopping. What i wanted to ask - if there are any shops with really big size clothes in Dresden?
Thank you in advance for the answers.
Leaving Prague and have 2 spare nights before meeting friends in St Goar (via Frankfurt). We're mature-aged train travellers and have looked at Regensburg, Nurnberg, Bamberg and Dresden which are all sound appealing. Wondering what experienced VTers would recommend. Thanks for any opinions! Kathy
I am a female and will stay alone in Dresden for 4 days for a conference.
In which part of the city should I take a hotel? I want to stay is an area with a restaurant and coffee shops that will be nice and safe for me alone at night. I’m trying to pick between the Hilton at the old city and The Westin in the new city, but other option is possible, that do you think?
I have a son going to Dresden with a youth group. What are the average costs for items, like hats, shoes and shirts? He is there for 1 week and looking at an indication of consumer prices for various items, clothing and accessories or tourist souvenirs.
I am now looking at heading from Dresden to Prague in a few days,what is the best and cheapest option for transport. Seeing so much history and amazing buildings.Also can anyone recommend reasonable priced and clean backpackers.
Cheers and thanks for previous help.
Hello, we are a young couple (2o year old) and travelling for the first time in Germany. We are planning to see 4 cities in Germany which includes Dresden. We're wondering how many nights should we stay. We we're planning 4 to 5 nights but think it is too much. Is 4 to 5 nights too much ? Or maybe 3 is enough ?
Thank you very much,
Joe from Canada
I am trying to travel to Dresden with an arrival time at airport of 8:40 pm
(on a Sunday).Someone thinks there is a direct bus from airport which hopefully would reach Dresden by midnight....but so far unable to find anything online.
The timing is importent as I will be at work by 7am on the Monday
I'm going to Dresden, Germany for two days this summer. Id like to visit all the tourist attractions in the City Center (museums, gardens, etc.) and also take a Paddle Steamer to Pillnitz.
Are two days going to be enough? How many days should i spend there to see most of the tourist places?
Also, any useful information about the city or German customs would be welcomed.
Hello everybody!!!I'm coming to Dresden this July.I' ve heard about the
Dresden codex which was in the Library.What happened to it ? Is it in a museum?
I am a 74 year old female and will stay in Dresden June 2011 for 2 days, 2 nights, arriving by train. Suggestions for accommodation please, which part of the city?, hotels/hostels? I wish to do city tour and a river tour so which would be the best location. Cheers
We are probably basing ourselves in Pirna and we have a car.
When we go to Dresden, what are the best options?
- train? (I think there is an S-bahn, yes?)
- car? (if so, what would be the best place to park? and what would the cost be?)
In Dresden early OCT 2010. Two of us. Mature couple.
Any tips or suggestions as to best way(s) to do such a day trip on either a Sunday or Monday.