1. Germany
  2. Saxony
  3. Dresden
  4. Dresden Frauenkirche

Dresden: City Center Highlights Tour

Product ID: 380469
Delve into Dresden's past in an entertaining manner. Receive practical tips on sightseeing opportunities and new attractions, as well as anything else you might want to know to ensure a fun stay in Dresden.
About this activity
Duration: 60 minutes
Starting time 5:00 PM
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
German
Audio guide/headphones
German
Wheelchair accessible
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Learn helpful information for the remainder of your stay in Dresden
  • Take a special route from the old city center to new area of the city
  • Travel in a small group in which every question can be dealt with in detail
Full description
Make the perfect start to your weekend in Dresden by learning exciting information about past and present events. Throughout your experience, travel with a local guide who imparts to you information about restaurants, theaters, public transport, and much more.

Be shown the most beautiful and traditional places in the city, such as Neumarkt, Altmarkt, Postplatz (with views of the Zwinger), Theaterplatz, Schlossplatz, and the Goldener Reiter - complete with views of Albertplatz.

This is a small-group tour which is modified depending on your questions, which can even be hosted in the renowned Saxon accent upon request. At the conclusion of your experience, your detailed city tour of Dresden concludes with an indoor visit of the Frauenkirche.
Includes
  • Personal guide
  • Headsets to hear the tour guide clearly
  • Small postcard gift
What’s Not Included
  • Entry to the museums in the royal castle, the Zwinger, or the Semper Opera

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

Please arrive 5 minutes early to the front of the tourist information in the sub-level floor of the QF Passage (Quartier an der Frauenkirche), Neumarkt 2. Your guide will be holding a sign marked "Glanzlichter Dresdens".

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