In 2021, we are looking forward to seeing everybody in Dresden, whose wonderful Baroque architecture has earned it the title the “Jewel Box” of Germany. Situated on the river Elbe in the heart of central Europe, it is a place steeped in history and surrounded by places of great historical significance for sport horse breeding, such as the beautiful state studs of Moritzburg and Graditz. What a wonderful way to celebrate being able to see each other again in person after a long time of separation.
We hope you enjoy our little video tour of the many beautiful places and sights you can visit in Dresden and its surrounding areas.
Dresden has its own airport, about 9 kilometres from the city centre, easily reached by taxi or public transport (tramline S2), with regular flights from a wide range of destinations, including Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, Hanover, Bremen, Hamburg and Cologne, as well as further afield.
About 90 minutes by train is also the airport Leipzig/Halle with further destinations.
Information about both airports can be accessed on this website: https://www.mdf-ag.com
Dresden is well served with direct ICE links from Berlin, Cologne, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich.
International transfer is available from Wroclaw, Prague, Liberec, Bratislava, Budapest and Vienna.
Overnight trains are available from Basel, Zurich, Copenhagen and Amsterdam.
Trains to Dresden from a wide range of destinations can easily be found on https://www.bahn.de
Dresden is well served by the German motorway network, with the A4 from the East and from the West, the A17 from the South and A13 from the North. The satellite navigation code for the city centre is 01067 Dresden. In this area, you can find some of the most beautiful attractions of the city, such as the famous Frauenkirche.