Spread over five floors of an interesting post-modernist building on Prager Straße, Haus des Buches is the biggest ... More
Haus des Buches
Spread over five floors of an interesting post-modernist building on Prager Straße, Haus des Buches is the biggest bookstore in town. English-speakers are well catered for with a broad variety of literature including fiction, local interest books and English-language magazines. The store also offers internet access and a range of refreshments in its in-house cafe.
Former seat of the Saxon royal family, Residenzschloss Palace was built between the 12th 19th centuries and exhibits a magnificent
array of different architectural features from the Romantic, Renaissance, Baroque and neo Renaissance eras. Heavily damaged during World War ...
Madness is the ska and reggae pub in the Dresden area; a meeting point for wannabe rastas and lovers of
the summery, good time beats. Loud, proud and furnished in moody shades, the bar is always packed at the ...
Dresden's world famous landmark, Zwinger, was created between 1710 32 by architect Matthäus Daniel Pöppelmann and sculptor Balthasar Permoser. The
imposing complex, made up of a crown gate, long, winding galleries, a walled pavilion and carillon and French and ...
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