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Daytrip to Dresden from Berlin

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Key Highlights

  • Admire sensational, Baroque style buildings in this historic City
  • See how Dresden has rebuilt itself after the devastation in WWII
  • Hear astounding stories about the Saxon Kings including August the Strong who fathered over 300 illegitimate children
  • Activity Schedule
    When does it run?

    01 Mar - 31 Oct : Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
    01 Nov - 31 Dec : Wednesday & Sunday


    10 hours

    Start time


    Meeting Point

    Please meet your guide at McDonald's, opposite the main entrance to Zoo Station.
    Please reach the meeting point 15 minutes earlier for pre departure briefing.

    Ending Point

    McDonald's opposite the main entrance to Zoo Station.

  • Overview & Itinerary


    Embark on a trip from Berlin to the stunning city of Dresden – the royal residence of the Saxon kings. The city named ‘The Pearl of the Baroque’ due to its artistic splendour is considered one of the most beautiful places in Germany.

    Dresden is well known for experiencing sheer devastation after the Allied bombing campaign dropped bombs for a series of three days in February 1945, killing 40,000 people. See how Germany rebuilt the 13 square miles of the city destroyed by the extreme fire storm.

    See the incredible architecture in the Old Town, the famous ‘Frauenkirche’ (Church of Our Lady) and the ‘Balcony of Europe – that was once Dresden’s defensive fortification on the River Elbe. Be stunned by works from Raphael, Rembrandt and Rubens – all part of the Old Masters Collection that resides in the Zwinger medieval fortress.

    After your guided tour you will have free time to wander through the city at your leisure, see the fantastic museums, stroll through the flea markets or simply relax on the waterfront.


    Your tour begins in Berlin where you’ll be picked up in a luxury coach and driven to Dresden, one of Germany’s most beautiful cities. Your journey to Dresden will take about an hour.

    You’ll explore the immaculately restored Old Town – a remarkable achievement after the Allied bombers dropped 3,900 tonnes of incendiary bombs for three days in 1945 destroying 13 square miles of the city. Admire the Church of Our Lady, the Semper Opera House, the ‘Balcony of Europe’ and the Zwinger medieval fortress – home to Old Masters Collection.

    All the while, your guide will tell you tales of experience during the Communist and wartime era and stories of August the Strong who fathered 300 illegitimate children.

    Enjoy free time where you can explore the world-class museums, chill out by the stunning waterfront or wander through the flea market to hunt some bargains.

    At the end of your time in Dresden you will board your luxury coach to return to Berlin.

  • Inclusions & Exclusions


    • Expert local guide
    • Transport


    • Photos and Souvenirs
    • Refreshments
    • Tips for the guide
  • Please note & Additional info

    Please note

    Please call the activity operator for any logistical query you may have.

    Additional info

    The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have.

  • reviews
    • Very Interesting

      Dresden is a lovely city and our guide was great. My only complaint is that we should have gone for at least 2 days. There are lots to do and see and the day tour was a bit of a...

      DANIELA DE A ASENCIO, Brazil, 25/Oct/2013
    • Great day in Dresden

      Great day out, Alex was informative and entertaining in displaying her knowledge of Dresden. She made the day fun, and gave extra help and advice when required. Would recommend...

      Mrs Linda Singh, United Kingdom, 12/Jun/2014
    • Great trip organised by Insidertours Berlin

      Excellent trip hosted by Insider Tour Berlin. Isango are a ticket agent and not the tour operator. When we arrived at the meeting point the organisers had not got me down as...

      Mrs S J Prutton, England, 12/Jun/2014
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