Once you arrive at Dresden airport, then airport shuttle by coach charter Europe will be your host that will drive you for your journey in Dresden. Bus Company will be the best partner to explore Dresden, the city of Baroque wonders that have been resurrected since the last world war. Chartered bus’s team confirms due to Dresden’s rich history and carefully restored city center it is becoming an important destination for travelers in Germany. Tour bus Dresden offers a perfect mix of historic sites and modern luxuries from the restored neoclassical architecture in Inner Altstadt to the shopping malls in the surrounding neighborhoods. Coach Charter Europe bus rental is genuinely your consistent support to ensure brilliant holidays in Dresden.
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Do you need ideas where to go in Dresden? Please find here our top 10 sites to see in Dresden:
Crested by one of the highest church domes in Europe, the magnificent Frauenkirche church demands attention, and located at Neumarkt. Chartered bus found that in 1945 the Frauenkirche was demolished completely by allied air raids. Initially the rubble was left as a war memorial in Neumarkt, but was eventually moved to storage in the 1980s to prepare for reconstruction.
2. Zwinger Palace
One of the most celebrated baroque buildings in Germany, the Zwinger palace was commissioned in the late 16th century by the Saxon Elector Augustus II the Powerful as a venue for luxurious court festivities. The Zwinger's pavilions are home to museums focused on the state collections. Bus Company will be best partner to drive you to this amazing palace and garden.
Named after its architect Gottfried Semper and opened in 1878, the magnificent Dresden Opera House is one of the most popular venues for the performing arts in the world. In the 19th century, Wagner and Richard Strauss (Elektra, Salome, Der Rosenkavalier) staged world premieres for operas at the Semperoper. Bus rental recommends using guided tours of the exuberant interior.
4. Dresden Cathedral
After the Albertine Wettins under Augustus II the Strong converted to Catholicism to make them eligible for the Polish throne in the 18th century, they set about building a new church in the city. Chartered bus confirms the cathedral houses the last survivor of four organs designed by the master Gottfried Silbermann in the early 1750s.
Consisting of a neighborhood on the banks of the Elbe, the Neustadt is the Dresden district that was rebuilt after a big fire in the 1730s, which is why it's called "new." Bus rental guarantees lots of fun with some 150 restaurants and bars, as Neustadt is one of best places to enjoy leisure time in Germany.
You could come upon a passage through a chain of courtyards in the Neustadt, all with creative designs. Tour bus recommends take the Hof der Elemente (Courtyard of the Elements), which has a mesh of downpipes formed like musical instruments on the façade.
7. Pillnitz Palace & Park
The Summer Residence for the Electors and Kings of Saxony is few kilometers up the Elbe from Dresden. In reality, Pillnitz is a complex of three palaces: the Wasserpalais (Waterfront Palace), the Bergpalais (Upper Palace) and the Neues Palais, the 1820s Neoclassical Palace. Hire a bus with driver from our bus company and take a few minutes drive to enjoying 28-hectare grounds of Conifer Garden and Dutch Garden.
The Austrian artist Yadegar Asisi conveyed his "Panometer" idea to Dresden in 2006, installing a 27-meter high panoramic picture and 127-meter diameter in a disused telegraphic gasometer in the Reick area. Bus rental informs the attraction takes advantage of the fully empty interior of the gasometer to display past panoramas of Dresden.
9. Transport Museum
This 5,000 square meter museum accommodates an impressive collection of the first commonly used automobiles for transportation. Chartered bus guarantees the Dresden Motor Museum is a journey through motoring evolution, from steam engine trains to aircraft, cars, motorbikes and much more.
10. Brühl’s Terrace
Brühl's Terrace, situated on the banks of the Elbe River is regarded as the Balcony of Europe. It is a panoramic architectural ensemble that extends over the river bank and houses one of the popular places for locals and tourists alike to have resting time, with picture perfect scenery.
No matter where you stay, Coach Charter Europe’s airport shuttle will drive your group and assist during all your travel time in Dresden.
Coach charter Europe’s airport shuttle will pick you and your group from Dresden Airport or any other place in and around the city. With our airport shuttle it will take just a while to get to the city and start to enjoy your holidays in Dresden. We are the tour bus that gives you flexibility where you can create your individual tour with your group. Our airport shuttle service would be the wise partner to have when taking airport transfers in Dresden.
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