An impractically wide square and the obnoxiously squat Kulturpalast houses the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra and the tourist office.
You'll find a superb collection of vehicles, including penny-farthings, trams, dirigibles and carriages, at the Verkehrsmuseum .
Historisches Grünes Gewölbe
The Historic Green Vault displays some 3000 precious items in the same fashion as during the time of August der Starke, namely on...
Karl May Bar
Cocktail connoisseurs gravitate to this sophisticated old school bar inside the Taschenbergpalais hotel. Sink into a heavy...
The 1730s theme with waitresses trussed up in period garb may be a bit overcooked but the local specialities certainly aren't. Most of...
Dresdner Philharmonie information
While its permanent home, the Kulturpalast, is getting a facelift and is due to reopen in 2016, Dresden's renowned orchestra performs at venues around town. The website has all the dates and details. Buy tickets by phone or online.