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Dresden Frauenkirche Culinary & nightlife

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Dresden: Historical Walking Tour and Chocolate Museum Ticket

1. Dresden: Historical Walking Tour and Chocolate Museum Ticket

Historical Walking Tour: Travel back in time, and immerse yourself in the history and culture of Dresden. Hear facts and stories from your experienced and licensed tour guide, who will bring the city's past back to life. Discover the dark times of the Middle Ages, the vigor of the Renaissance, and the grandeur of the Baroque. Explore the backgrounds of the Peaceful Revolution of 1989 and hear what it must have felt like to the people of former East and West Germany. The walking tour through the historic old town starts at Neumarkt. See Dresden's most famous attractions, including the Frauenkirche, the Semperoper, and the Baroque Zwinger. From Dresden Castle, head to Brühl's Terrace and the Procession of Princes and Stallhof, until you arrive at Dresden Cathedral. Then, follow your guide to the Taschenbergpalais and Augustus Bridge, before ending your walking tour near Frauenkirche. Chocolate Museum: Included with your tour is entry to Dresden's chocolate museum, which you can visit either before or after your walking tour. Dresden was known as Germany's "capital of chocolate" and is considered to be the place where milk chocolate was invented. From here it was exported worldwide. Experience this delicacy's fascinating history and what really good chocolate is all about. Learn surprising facts about the numerous chocolate factories in 19th-century Dresden. Discover one of the world's largest collections of chocolate moulds by Anton Reiche and trace the long path from cocoa bean to delicious chocolate. Afterward, find out what the first chocolate bars may have tasted like and what really good milk chocolate tastes like today.

Dresden Bike Tour with Wine Tasting

2. Dresden Bike Tour with Wine Tasting

Experience an interesting tour through the inner city of Dresden on a ConferenceBike. After a short introduction, start right at the Frauenkirche and ride along the Elbe to the incredible Elbschlösser. During the tour, learn about the bygone history of Dresden. After a short break, take a walking tour through the Lutz Müller vineyards. Enjoy a fantastic panoramic view of Dresden and sample some wine made on site. During the wine tasting, learn more about wine making in Saxony. Then, return to the historical inner city and Neumarkt on the ConferenceBikes.

Dresden: Elbe River Cruise to Meissen (Line 21)

3. Dresden: Elbe River Cruise to Meissen (Line 21)

Explore the picturesque Saxon Wine Route on a boat trip from Dresden to Meissen and back. On board the boat you can discover interesting facts about the cathedral town, the cozy wine taverns, and the wine villages in the region. Set off on the paddle steamer in the morning and reach Meissen at midday for a break of 3 hrs. Even from a distance you can discover the silhouette of the town characterized by its castle hill and surrounded by the hills in the Elbe Valley. In the town itself, you can visit the Albrechtsburg with its cathedral. Heading from the pier, simply take a right turn down under the bridge and you'll reach the castle after a 10-minute walk or by using the lift. Take a stroll through the town with its historical wall and visit the town museum or the porcelain factory. Meissen's Frauenkirche is also worth a visit. The church, built in the 15th century, is located in the center of the town, a few minutes walk from the Albrechtsburg. Ride on the paddle steamer back to Dresden and reach the city in the evening.

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What people are saying about Dresden Frauenkirche

We had booked a city tour and our guide had a lot of information ready for us, which she conveyed in a lively and descriptive manner. Questions were also answered comprehensively and willingly. Thanks to the small "hearing aids", we were able to understand our guide well at all times and at the same time look at everything in peace. That was really good, because at the beginning I asked myself what do we actually need the parts for? The chocolate museum belonging to the booked tour was small but nice. We had booked the small chocolate museum, but I probably wouldn't have paid the €6 entrance fee for it.

Highly recommended! We were traveling with a small group and the leader. All in all it was very informative and especially for the day of arrival in Dresden it was very good to do the tour first. So you could get a rough overview of Dresden's old town. We couldn't make it to the chocolate museum on the same day, but we were able to visit it 3 days later. There was still a chip for a free café, which we were able to redeem a few days later in the café in the department store, where the meeting point for the tour was also on the ground floor at the tourist information.

At short notice to Dresden with a €9 ticket. On site, a quick look at what is possible on a tour or guided tour of the city. Lo and behold, the Semperoper and city tour was free, quick and uncomplicated, as always booked. The lady explained a lot very well, including insider knowledge. So the time flew by, we got to know downtown Dresden. 3 euros photo fee for the photo license in the Semperoper is a good investment.

Very informative and interesting tour. Our guide had a lot of knowledge and was able to answer any questions. It was a little confusing that our guide would meet us 5 minutes before the entrance to the Semperoper, which was not the case. We were invited into the Semperoper and only there was a guide assigned to us.

We traveled with our children and grandchildren. Both grandchildren felt very comfortable. There was a lot of interesting things to see. The service was super nice. The prices for food and drink were also reasonable. No excessive prices. We look forward to the next time.