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Dresden for only $100 a Day

Spend an exciting day in Dresden for as low as $100 including accommodation!*

In the Morning...
Discover Pillnitz; the former garden residence of Saxony's kings located in the east of Dresden. The palace and its park are influenced by both East Asian design and English landscape gardening. Therefore the park features a lot of unusual plants and a Chinese and an English pavilion. Pillnitz Palace can be reached by bus, ship, walking along the river or by bicycle.
Costs: free admission to the park

For Lunch...
Zum Geruecht is a small but cozy snack bar situated close to the Elbe River. The restaurant offers good cuisine, such as grilled sausages, soups and sandwiches. You can also enjoy "Laubegaster"; a beer, which is home-brewed next to the restaurant. They have free live music every Sunday.
Costs: $12 for lunch

In the Afternoon...
Take a guided tour of the Semper Opera, Dresden's most famous sight. The Semper Opera is located in central Dresden, next to the Zwinger and was built between 1838-41 by Gottfried Semper. The building is considered to be a prime example of "Dresden-Baroque" architecture. The opera house has an excellent international reputation, a distinguished orchestra, the Saechsische Staatskapelle Dresden and a world ranking roster of artists plus a vast array of guest stars.
Costs: $8.40 regular admission for the guided tour

In the Evening...
Let the day fade away in a cozy atmosphere at the Elbe Bank Festival. The street festival takes place in Dresden on the last weekend of June each year since 1990. Alonge the water front between a bridge in Dresden-Loschwitz and Pillnitz castle a variety of performers come together to entertain the crowds of locals and visitors.
Costs: $15 for the Elbe Bank Festival including snacks and drinks

At Night...
Choose the new built, three-star hotel Novalis Dresden. The hotel, managed in a family way, is located in the quite area of Dresden-Neustadt. A public bus-stop nearby and controlled parking places free of charge are available.
Costs: $64.26 per person/night

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