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Dresden's main square is a pulsating centre of social and cultural life as well as a popular shopping area - you can either visit the lively outside market or one of the many boutiques located in this area.
We visited the fall market stalls here twice during our visit. There is a variety of food and craft stalls that are worth trying. There are a few rides for children as well. The market is surrounded by many shops, bars, restaurants and cafes so...More
I was in Dresden with a friend last week and the weather was wonderful. Dresden is a beautiful city which was mostly rebuilt after the second world war. There are some remains of prior to then and new buildings have been attached to them. There...More
Wonderful authentic local market, plenty of tables where to sit and taste local food and drinks.
There were even some choruses and traditional music players on that weekend.
Definitely worth a visit if you're in town!
Like many European cities, Dresden has a magnificent market square. It is large in area and is surrounded by shops, bars, cafes, restaurants and public art. It is a good place to meet others and then venturing to other areas that take your fancy. On...More
We were lucky to find a nice parking spot nearby and we decided to walk around the Old Market Square, which was quite picturesque. It was also quite crowded since it was a weekend. The place is surrounded by some of the famous monuments in...More
It is just hard not to like Dresden. Maybe it is because I had always associated it with WW2 and having been bombed out (which it was). But there is so much life here now and the Altmarkt is another area that makes Dresden vibrant.
Dresden was the cleanest city i was in during my European travel this year. I was only here for 2 days but could have stayed longer. To think they built such a beautiful city from the rubble its some credit to the planners and the...More