One of the European miracles is coming to life just right now in Dresden (Germany). A city with almost 800 years of history was completely destroyed by bombing within 28 min in the World War II. Now it raised from the ashes after 70 years of sensitive reconstruction as a result of unbelievable effort and strong will of local people. Today you can admire its beauty. The Church of our Lady is one good example as well as the famous Semperoper, Royal palace, Procession of Princes or baroque complex Zwinger. On top of that you take a unique journey back to Dresden’s past and experience the city within World War II in a 27 m high 360° Panorama.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Brühl's TerraceYour private guide and driver will pick you up at your Prague place. After approx. 2h of comfortable drive you reach Dresden in Germany and start exploring the historical centre of city raised from ashes after devastating air raids in World War II.The importance of Dresden grew with time. From a city known as town of “people from forests and swamps” it became a royal residence and major city of Saxony. In the 1st guided part you will enjoy the exteriors of restored historical centre (Old Town) of Dresden: - Brühl's Terrace- Church of our Lady - stony bell above the city- Procession of Princes (800 years of history)- Zwinger baroque complex- Royal Palace- Semper Operaetc.Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Semperoper DresdenAfter lunch break where you can evaluate traditional German cuisine, you continue in exploring the city and visit also New Town with artistic designed courtyards. Duration: 1 hour 30 minutesStop At: Panometer Dresden, Dresden, SaxonyTake a unique journey back to Dresden’s past and experience the city in World War II in a 360° Panorama! Artist Yadegar Asisi’s panoramas tower 27 m high and have been an insider tip among exhibitions and museums in Dresden since 2006. (Optional, closed on weekedns, can be replaced by gallery, shopping, etc.; 1 admission included.) Whether you like galleries (Old Masters), museums (with crown jewels of the Saxon-Polish royalty), interactive WWII history, or souvenir shopping, in Dresden you will get your money's worth.Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes