In this topic, we will look at public transport in Dresden and around and several welcome cards that can be used here.
Saxon Switzerland is for those who like to climb rocks, and for those who just like to walk in the mountains without performing the feats. What to see in Saxon Switzerland? The mountains are not too high, but the landscapes with rocks of different shapes are amazing. As a cultural program, there is a fortress and a number of castles, and Dresden with its museums is within easy reach. Over the past decade, the entertainment infrastructure along the Elbe has also grown. And if you then go further north, then mountain holidays can be combined with water holidays – there you will find the Upper Lusatian region with many lakes.
The attractions near Dresden are no less curious than the city itself (read more about Dresden): these are natural attractions – the so-called Saxon Switzerland begins here, and palaces, castles, and museums. I managed to visit two places – the Bastei rocks and the Königstein fortress. About them in more detail, about the rest briefly with a map.
Dresden was once called Florence-on-the-Elbe for its beauty and for being considered the cultural capital of Germany. Dresden attractions include some important museums and churches. But don’t just think of well-known cities: in Germany you also have to look around. Around Dresden you will find beautiful surroundings along the Elbe.