The domed Frauenkirche – one of Dresden’s most beloved symbols – has literally risen from the city's ashes. The original graced its...
Beneath the Brühlsche Terrasse promenade is the Renaissance brick bastion known as the Festung Dresden , now a museum. The free...
West of the Albertinum is the Brühlsche Terrasse , a spectacular promenade that’s been called the ‘Balcony of Europe’, with a pavement...
'Twist' is indeed the name of the game at this sky bar where classic cocktails are given – often radical – new interpretations. The...
Dresden's top sushi restaurant, inside the Hilton.
Lonely Planet review
The cakes and imaginative mains are good but they almost play second fiddle to the gold-trimmed baroque Coselpalais, which makes for a stylish refuelling stop after climbing the Frauenkirche dome.