Dresden is the perfect city to visit if you are a history buff, an admirer of Baroque and Rococo architecture, theatre, opera, contemporary art, or just looking to stroll among beautiful parks and cultural monuments in a place that has been reborn from the ashes of World War II. Visit the 13th century Altmarkt (Old Market) of Dresden, the Kreuzkirche, Prague Street, the City Museum, Neumarkt Square, Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), Dresden Castle, the Zwinger Palace, and other must-see landmarks that give this city its mesmerizing character.
Join the Free Walking Tours in Dresden to explore “the Florence on the Elbe”; learn about its tormentous history as you walk past the restored areas of the city. Hear legendary tales of kings and war heroes. Enjoy Dresden’s unique art scene as you visit galleries, museums, and urban masterpieces by day, but don’t forget to get a cup of coffee or a cold beer by night too! Visit this impressive city by day or night for free!
Free Tours in Dresden offer a comfortable, fun, and educational closeness to the city’s everyday life. One can find many historical footprints in its architectural jewels, museums, churches, mansions, shops, and parks. Enjoy exploring the oldest areas of Dresden and learn the most interesting oddities told by a local guide for free!
See Dresden by foot and save a few bucks! The foremost way to get a chance to explore the city and learn about its history is by joining one of the free walking tours offered throughout this amazing place. Below you’ll find two of the best free walking activities at your disposal:
In just 3 hours you’ll explore at least 18 attractions in the city of Dresden at your own pace, for free. Take this self-guided tour to wander around renowned museums, baroque buildings, palaces, bridges, squares, and galleries. Visit the Old Market Square and find a 92 meter-high tower from the 12th century. Walk up Prague Street, Neumarkt Square, the Frauenkirche, Albertinum, Dresden Castle, and more!
Enjoy a 2-hour walking tour to make the most of your visit to Dresden and get acquainted with its artistic splendor. Visit some of the best museums and make as many stops as needed. See the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, dedicated to the human body, its functions, and how to keep it healthy. Find the City Museum, Museum of Dresden Fortress, Museum of Saxon Folk Art, and the Erich Kästner Museum using this free online guide!
Please note Strawberry Tours does not operate the tours listed above, however, we are currently looking for people from all over the world who are excited to show their hometown to others.
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