Walking in old Dresden


Explore Dresden in all its facets with the official city tour. Discover the architectural, historical and cultural highlights with 22 stops. You can hop-off and return on the next bus with a day ticket for public transport.

Old Dresden is very interesting and fraught with many secrets, which an experienced guide will definitely tell you about, which can be ordered here - cityplanet.org

After the tour, we recommend renting a car and going on a trip through the expanses of Dresden - bookingauto.com

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Semper Opera House

The Semper Opera House, or “Dresdener Semperoper” in German, is one of the most famous landmarks in Dresden. It was built by star architect Gottfried Semper after the first theatre burned down in 1869. He supervised the construction of the new building in exile from Switzerland, as he was banned from returning to Saxony at that time.

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This stunning venue has an outstanding reputation for its acoustics. When Christian Thielemann and the Staatskapelle Dresden were invited back to perform Wagner’s rousing Das Rheingold, tickets sold out in just one day.

Discover the glamour of Dresden during a guided tour of the Semper Opera House. Visit this world-famous opera house after an informative city tour, or combine your trip with a visit to the Residence Palace and Zwinger.

Residence Palace

The palace, which is part of the DomQuartier complex and also hosts European Union meetings, is a major attraction in the city’s old center. Its impressive exhibitions are a sight to behold and you can explore them on a tour of the complex.

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In the early 18th century, Elector Augustus the Strong sought to establish Dresden as a major center for arts and culture, inviting talented sculptors and goldsmiths to his residence and commissioning a series of magnificent rooms to display his precious treasures. One such room, the Green Vault Treasury, or Grunes Gewolbe, features an extraordinary collection of historical jewelry.

Guests have reported that their visit to the castle was enjoyable and that the gardens were breathtaking. However, there are some who felt that their visit was a waste of time and money as they had to wait for a long period of time before being allowed inside the palace.

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Panometer Dresden

Located in a former gasometer, the Panometer Dresden houses one of two panoramic paintings by Austrian-born artist Yadegar Asisi. The 27-meter-high smouldering cityscape of Baroque Dresden in 1945 and its reconstructed form since the wartime bombings are displayed in this unique venue that was converted into a panorama exhibition in 2006.

The exhibition also features scenes of daily life from Baroque times, with historic residents such as Tsar Peter I or strongman Johann Karl von Eckenberg as well as market women and everyday citizens dotted about the scene. The detail of the images is so amazing that it’s worth bringing your binoculars to spot the many little details, from house fires and funerals to a cat on top of a church roof.

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The panorama shows not only tragedy, but hope as well – a city that broke with tradition and was rebuilt from scratch.


One of the most renowned museums in Dresden, it houses a priceless collection of precious treasures including jewels, ivory and silver. It is home to the famous Dresden Green Diamond, which was purchased by Augustus III of Saxony and Poland in 1742.

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It is one of the world’s largest military history museums. It showcases a collection of art created by Holocaust victims in concentration camps, ghettos and during flight. These works are paired with the traditional art of the Dresden state museum, reflecting on how European culture and intellectual history was shaped by barbarism.

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Escape Rooms

Escape Rooms, also known as Escape Games or Exit Rooms are a growing leisure trend. During the game, you and your team will be locked in a room for a set time and need to solve a series of challenging tasks. Use your creativity, wits and team spirit to complete the mission in time.

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Our live Escape Games are ideal for teambuilding or a private group. The games are designed for all age groups, but children under 14 years must be accompanied by an adult.

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Simply book your online Erlebnis and receive your ticket immediately after ordering. All you need is a computer or smartphone, an internet connection and an open browser. No app is required. Then start your adventure. Enjoy an unforgettable experience.