Dresden is a gem of European history and culture. Visit the opulent Zwinger Palace and the impressive art collection in the Semper Gallery. See the stunningly restored city center with the majestic Church of Our Lady. You have ample time to enjoy the grandeur at your own leisure.
For centuries the seat of the Kings of Saxony, Dresden is now a city in the heart of Europe, immensely rich in historical and cultural legacy. Visit the lavish Zwinger Palace and hear intriguing stories from an expert guide as you marvel and walk through the impressive baroque buildings. The splendid exhibition in the Semper Gallery contains more than 700 paintings by world-renowned masters: works of Titian, Raphael, Rubens, Van Dyck, Vermeer, and other well-known names.
Dresden is also known as the Florence on the Elbe. A remarkable renaissance took place here in recent years. Ninety-nine percent of the city was destroyed in World War II. However, due to thorough restoration there is no sign of the damage. Step inside the mighty Church of Our Lady, a glorious triumph of that effort. Explore grand boulevards and leafy riverside walkways at your own pace in the afternoon.