The neo-Renaissance Neues Rathaus has a 100m-high climbable tower.
An impractically wide square and the obnoxiously squat Kulturpalast houses the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra and the tourist office.
A cafe by day, this contempo spot morphs into a chic bar with an endless cocktail menu when the moon gets high. Cool terrace, too.
At this warm and cheerful smoke- and stress-free zone above a one-world store, you can sip delicious coffee, pick from the international...
The 1792 Kreuzkirche was rebuilt after the war. Originally the Nikolaikirche, the church was renamed for a Kreuz (cross) found floating in the Elbe River by fishermen. The church is famous for its 400-strong boys’ choir, the Kreuzchor.