The Dresden Elbe Valley

The Dresden Elbe Valley

The Dresden Elbe Valley is a place of a natural beauty with many historic and cultural sites. It was developed in the 18th century and boats monuments and parks from the 16th century until today. Due to its diverse architecture, beautiful landscapes and immense land use, it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. However, the site was delisted in 2009 due to the decision to build a new four-lane bridge that passes by. The valley has about 20 kilometres in total from the Pillnitz Palac... [ read more ]

Discover Dresden the capital of Saxony

Discover Dresden the capital of Saxony

    Dresden is an excellent European city break. In case you are travelling from Berlin to Prague, you should stop and discover Dresden the capital of Saxony. The city was founded on the site of a small Slavonic fishing village in the 15th century. It used to be the merchant’s settlement but also the seat of the local rulers. The beautiful site was the residence of the Saxons dukes, princes and kings for centuries. This city has experienced not only splendid and blooming eras... [ read more ]