Free Walking Tour Dresden

Free Walking Tour Dresden is the perfect way to discover the gorgeous city of Dresden, located in the eastern region of Germany, known for its rich cultural heritage and beautiful baroque architecture. Visitors can explore the city’s history by visiting landmarks such as the Zwinger Palace, a beautiful baroque palace that houses several museums and the Frauenkirche, a magnificent church that was rebuilt after World War II. The city is also home to several world-class museums such as the Green Vault, which holds a large collection of treasures and the Albertinum, which houses a collection of European art from the Middle Ages to the present. Dresden is also famous for its lively atmosphere, with a variety of shops, cafes, and restaurants to explore.

General information

Meeting point: Zwinger Palace

Start times: 11:00 hrs / 18:00 hrs

Duration: 2 hours

Availability: Everyday

Price: Tip only basis

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Free Walking Tour Dresden – Itinerary

Begin the Dresden free tour by meeting at the Zwinger Palace, a beautiful baroque palace that houses several museums and is one of the city’s most popular tourist destinations. Visitors can take a tour of the palace and learn about its history and architectural significance. The palace also holds several exhibitions and events throughout the year.

Next, head to the Frauenkirche, a magnificent church that was rebuilt after World War II. Visitors can take a tour of the church and learn about its history and architectural significance. From the top of the dome, visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of the city.

Then, walk through the Old Town and visit the Royal Palace, a beautiful baroque palace that dates back to the 18th century. Visitors can take a tour of the palace and learn about its history and architecture.

Finally, visit the Green Vault, a museum that holds a large collection of treasures, including gold and silverware, precious stones, and a variety of other artifacts. The museum is known for its intricate details and the masterpieces of craftsmanship.