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Dresden: 1-Day Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Tour

1. Dresden: 1-Day Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Tour

Experience Dresden, the capital of the beautiful state of Saxony, on a double-decker bus and get off as often as you like at any of the 22 stops to see the sights there. Take advantage of several activities included with your ticket, such as an evening cruise, a night watchman tour, or a children's city tour, as well as entrance fees to various monuments. Begin your journey at the main Postplatz/Zwinger stop or any of the other stops. Decide for yourself whether you would like to take part in a continuous 90-minute city tour past Dresden's most important monuments, or choose to hop off the bus at any point of interest and take a closer look at the respective attraction or monument. Visit the world's most beautiful dairy shop, Pfunds Dairy. Continue to enjoy a guided tour of the Dresden Zwinger, a baroque building complex with gardens that was one of the most important buildings of its time. Another highlight of your excursion is the visit to the Fürstenzug, a monumental image of a cavalcade on 23,000 ceramic tiles considered the largest porcelain image in the world. What's more, listen to interesting explanations about the famous Dresden Frauenkirche, which you will get to know during an outdoor tour. On sunny days, enjoy impressive views of historic Dresden and the Elbe from the open roof of the bus, a perfect position for taking dreamy souvenir photos.

Dresden: Sightseeing-Tour in German by Bike

2. Dresden: Sightseeing-Tour in German by Bike

Discover Dresden in an active way and look forward to a perfect mix of culture and nature. Experience the highlights of Dresden and places that lie off the beaten track by bike. This tour follows one of the prettiest cycling routes in Germany and is the ideal start for new visitors as well as Dresden-enthusiasts. Admire the old town along the Elbe banks, flowering gardens and the trendy founding-district of the new town. Follow quiet streets and tracks of an extensive network of cycling routes through the unique landscape of the Elbe Valley without having to cope with significant height differences. Your expert guide provides you with precious insider tips und turns your tour into a special experience.  The route leads you past the Frauenkirche, the Hygiene Museum, the Palais of the Grand Garden and the VW-factory to the Waldschlösschen Bridge, where you can enjoy stunning views of the Elbe castles. Make your way to Pfunds Molkerei (with a short break to use the restrooms) and the hip and trendy district of Dresden, the outer new town. Get a glimpse of the Baroque district, the Palais of Japan and the Theatre Square with the famous Semperoper and Zwinger.

Dresden: City Sightseeing Tour with Live Guide

3. Dresden: City Sightseeing Tour with Live Guide

Experience the many fascinating sides of Dresden on a city tour in an original red double-decker bus. Visit the famed Pfunds Molkerei dairy shop and see top sights like the "Blue Wonder" bridge.  Hop aboard the cheerfully-colored bus and make your way around Dresden's highlights. Travel in comfort with plenty of space to stretch out. View the thoroughly restored Baroque new town and Europe's largest late-19th-century district, the Äußere Neustadt. Visit the most beautiful dairy in the world, Pfunds Molkerei, and have time to pick up a light refreshment. Get to know the Großen Garten and the villa districts of Blasewitz and Loschwitz in the eastern part of the city. Capture pictures of the "Blue Wonder" bridge to share with friends and family back home. Admire the architecture that lines the Elbe river like the Albrechtsberg Palace, the cableway, and the funicular.

Dresden: Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Tickets

4. Dresden: Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Tickets

Experience Dresden, capital of the State of Saxony. Lovingly known as "Florence on the Elbe" for its rich art collections, river views and baroque architecture, Dresden is a real gem. Take a tour of this historic city on an exclusive double-decker-bus, getting off and on as you like to admire the unique cultural monuments on offer. Your journey starts on the Theatre Square, near the Augustus Bridge. Decide yourself whether to take the uninterrupted 90-minute tour, of hop on and off the bus to absorb the city's splendors at your own pace. Your ticket includes diverse attractions and entry fees to various monuments around Dresden. Hear interesting stories about the famous Frauenkirche as you tour its exterior. Visit "Pfunds Molkerei," the prettiest dairy in the world. Tour the Dresden Zwinger Museums - a range of important baroque buildings that originally served as an orangery. A further attraction is a visit to the Procession of Princes, a vast mural painted on around 23,000 Meissen porcelain tiles, the largest of its kind anywhere, depicting the Electors of Saxony on horseback. On sunny days, you will ride in an open-topped bus: all the better to enjoy the inspiring views of historic Dresden and the Elbe, and to capture those perfect souvenir photographs.

Dresden Neustadt: Scavenger Hunt Self Guided Tour

5. Dresden Neustadt: Scavenger Hunt Self Guided Tour

Take part in the city game of Dresden and explore the city with fun and good vibes How the city game works: In the game box, you find eleven sealed and numbered envelopes. In these, you find small tasks that need to be solved. Led by clear directions, you walk around Dresdner Neustadt. You have to solve the puzzles in order to get to the next station. As solution for the puzzles, you get a number that tells you what envelope you have to open next. You don't know in advance, in what sequence the tasks of the scavenger hunt have to be solved. Detailed background information on the history, current use and much more is provided for each sight. You decide for yourself, when you start your scavenger hunt tour of the city of Dresden and how long you want to linger in every place. Enjoy an enigmatic and extraordinary tour. You can pause the game at any time and even continue your scavenger hunt on a different day of your choosing - whatever works best for you. On your path, numerous cafés and restaurants invite you to linger, if your feet are tired or you need some time to think. Experience the trendy and cultural district with this scavenger hunt in an extraordinary way. An adventure for the whole family. What sights are waiting for your? The Neustadt Route of the city game Dresden guides you through the neighborhoods of inner and outer Neustadt, located right opposite the wonderful old town of Dresden. In inner Neustadt, you can discover landmarks such as the Golden Rider (Goldener Reiter) and the baroque district around Königstraße. Also climbing up the tower of the Dreikönigskirche is worth it. From there, you have wonderful views of Dresden's old town. But outer Neustadt is worth a visit as well. Primarily known as scene district with countless bars, it also boasts the world's most beautiful dairy shop: "Pfunds Molkerei". Kunsthofpassage with its unique themed indoor courtyards will enchant you. Additionally, there are a variety of small and unusual shops to explore during the city game. You will experience the way of life of the residents of Dresden's Neustadt and let yourself be enchanted by the flair of the quarter. During your scavenger hunt, many cafés, pubs and restaurants invite you to linger. Take a break, whenever you like. The start and end point of the Neustadt Route, the original tour of the city in the manner of a scavenger hunt, is the Albertsplatz. The Neustadt Route of the city game is perfectly suited for strollers and for wheelchair users. All of the attractions on this route are wheelchair-accessible. You don't need a date for your scavenger hunt. Simply order the city game box and let it be shipped to you or pick it up during opening hours (after prior arrangement) and your tour can begin.

Dresden: Neustadt & Erich Kaestner Group Walking Tour

6. Dresden: Neustadt & Erich Kaestner Group Walking Tour

Start at the Goldener Reiter Horse Monument at the Neustaedter Markt. Discover the city's Baroque and Roaring Artists' Neustadt areas as you learn about the life of Erich Kaestner, born in 1899 in Dresden.  See the church where he was baptized, the house he was born in, and the secret corners and sites where he spent his childhood. Experience the vivid district of Albertplatz as you stroll through its lovely lanes and hidden courtyards. Learn about corresponding Kaestner quotations and poems as you walk. Visit Pfunds Molkerei, the most beautiful dairy shop in the world. You may end the tour with a visit to the Erich Kaestner Museum to deepen your understanding of his life.

From Berlin: Private Guided Day Trip to Dresden

7. From Berlin: Private Guided Day Trip to Dresden

Dresden is the capital of the German state of Saxony. It was the heart of the Wettin monarchy – a bastion of culture and architectural splendour in the north-east of Germany. The city also became notorious during the Second World War as the victim of savage Allied fire-bombing raids in February of 1945, which effectively wiped the city centre off the map. You will be met by your guide (experienced in leading tours in both Berlin and Dresden) at your hotel in Berlin. From there, you will either travel with a private car, or public transportation, to the city of Dresden. Your guide will provide a commentary of any sites of significance you pass, and also background information to prepare you for your visit to the Saxon capital. When you reach Dresden it’s time for a walking tour of the city centre. Prepare to explore the stunning gardens, colonnades and courtyards of the Versailles-inspired Zwinger buildings, and visit the part-Renaissance, part-Baroque Semper Opera House – one of the city’s cultural gems. Stand in awe of Dresden Castle, with its fairytale towers and crenellations and visit the Saxon Court Church where, legend states, the heart of Augustus the Strong – legendary ruler of Saxony – still beats. You will also walk the length of the Procession of the Princes, a dramatic mural depicting Saxon rulers through the ages, climb up to the dome of the Frauenkirche – Dresden’s most treasured monument, painstakingly reconstructed after it was destroyed in Allied bombing raids in WWII – and more… After the tour of the city you will have some time to explore more of Dresden on your own. Why not visit world-renowned porcelain manufacturer Meissen at one of their flagship stores, the Museum of Military History (widely considered the finest of its kind in Germany), or Pfunds Molkerei – self-proclaimed most beautiful dairy shop in the world? Your guide will be happy to provide more recommendations, and we are also more than happy to organise restaurant or museum/gallery reservations. At the end of the Dresden portion of the excursion you will be go back to Berlin and your hotel.

From Berlin: Round-Trip Guided Tour of Dresden

8. From Berlin: Round-Trip Guided Tour of Dresden

Start your Dresden city tour from the comfort and convenience of your accommodation in Berlin. Your friendly and informative guide/driver will pick you up here at the start of the day, ensuring you skip any of the hassle of catching public transport. The distance from Berlin city center is about 190 km, making the drive to Dresden a relaxing and scenic 2 - 2.5-hour journey. Sit back and relax during your journey in a modern, air-conditioned vehicle and let your driver/guide do all the work for you.  Upon arrival in Dresden, your tour guide will be sure to show you all the major landmarks of the city, providing you with fascinating historical information at the same time. Some of the places you will get to see are the Semper Opera, the castle, Frauenkirche, Zwinger, Turkish Well, Brühl's Terrace, Cathedral, Pfunds Molkerei shop, the Golden Horsemen and the Princes Parade. Additional hours are available optionally and in addition, the tour can be combined with a visit to the porcelain factory of Meissen. Enjoy a relaxing end to your day of adventure with a lift back to Berlin city, right to the doorstep of your accommodation. 

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What people are saying about Molkerei Pfund

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 2,364 reviews

The positive: Our guide on the city tour was called Steffen. He is also a theater actor and knows how to entertain his audience. We laughed and smiled so much, it was wonderful! But he could also shine with expertise. Rarely had such a great city tour. Thanks for that! The night watchman tour was also great! Funny, informative and entertaining. Thanks for that too! The bus tour was negative. We weren't in the blue bus (as you can see in the picture), but in an old red one. The last free seats were downstairs, at the very back. There are only two speakers in the area, only one of which did. The bus is so loud when you start that you didn't understand anything. Since there is a lot of stop & go in the city, we didn't hear anything about 80% of the information. When it went uphill for a while, the bus struggled a lot and we got to smell the exhaust fumes. That wasn't pleasant. Nevertheless 5* for Steffen and the night watchman!

Blue Line employees are very competent and can be found on every corner in Dresden. The Blue Line offers a lot more besides Hop on Hop Off. If I had known that, I would have only bought the tickets on site with advice and an individual compilation. Blue Line --> Top

Very funny guide/bus driver who shared a lot of information with anecdotes. It was fun and really entertaining. Actually we wanted to get off and on again in between. But we didn't do that because of the fun

This is a very relaxing way to see a lot of areas of Dresden that I wouldn't have ventured into on my own. The audio in English was very informative and clear and the staff were friendly and inviting.

Super entertaining driver and a nice tour that gives you a thorough explanation of the city.