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.
Dine outside on the pavement in front of the impressive Kreuzkirche, or retire to the cosy interior of this charming vegetarian-leaning...
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.