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Highlights in Dresden
- Christmas market
- Zwinger Palace
- Brühl Terrace
- Semper Opera House.
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Dresden
Dresden is a large city in northern Germany. Its territory is very spread out: there are holiday rentals over a large area. Nevertheless, all are easy to reach. The city is served by an international airport located on the edge of the city. Shuttles provide a link to the city centre. Dresden also has a central station that can be reached directly from France. Off-centre locations are also easily accessible, thanks to Dresden's dynamic and dense transport network.Spacious and elegant holiday rentals
The accommodation available in Dresden is a charming residence. Wherever they are located, they inherit a typical architecture. They have high windows and beautiful parquet floors. The emphasis is on common spaces. The kitchens are often American style and the living rooms are spacious. Rentals are characterised by the volume of their spaces. As is often the case in Germany, the surfaces are large but there are few parts. Small families and couples will be able to live with it. But for larger groups, it is better to target modern rentals with several rooms.
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Location and orientation
Dresden is one of the greenest cities in Europe. It is located in Saxony, on the border with Bavaria. These regions are characterised by their natural environment and beautiful forests. Part of the city is located on the banks of the Elbe. The city was originally a small Slavic fishing village. The city thus benefits from an ideal location between sea and mountains. But this situation also made it a strategic weapon during the Second World War. The city was largely destroyed during the conflict.The most beautiful districts of Dresden
The necessary reconstruction imposed by the bombing of Dresden has worked in the city's favour. The city centre has been very nicely rebuilt and completely pedestrianised. It is particularly pleasant to stay there. Historic sites are nearby and there is no need to use transport or car. The modern Elbe district is an excellent alternative. It is located near the Dresden rose garden and is full of green spaces. Other options: all the districts along the Elbe, such as Tolkewitz or Johannstadt, to the south of the city.
Travellers and activities
Dubbed "La Florence de l'Elbe", Dresden boasts buildings as splendid as its Italian cousin. Among the most beautiful are the Zwinger Palace, the Hofkirche (also called the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity) or the Japanese Palace. Located in the hypercentre, these masterpieces of neoclassical and baroque architecture provide an opportunity for a cultural stroll. If you love music, you will be amazed by the Semper Opera House, a magnificent 19th century building. The Dresden Palace, very beautiful from the outside, also deserves to be entered for its collection of works of art.Dresden for families
Families will be delighted by the green spaces that Dresden has to offer for walking. Along the Elbe or in the city's gardens, it is easy to find something to spend a good time in peace. The Elba Valley, on the edge of the city, is an ideal place for a small extra-urban escape. The hilly and green landscapes of the surrounding area are very pleasant. The city also has a huge zoo within it
We know the mythical celebration of the Christmas Market in eastern France and Germany. But we know less than in Dresden, this tradition goes back to... 1434!
Top 5 things to do in Dresden
The Church of Our Lady is one of Dresden's architectural jewels. This baroque masterpiece is particularly stunning at night.2. Enjoy the view from the Brühl Terrace
Nicknamed the "balcony of Europe", the building overlooks the city. Many symbols of the city can be seen from above.3. Embark for a cruise on the Elbe
To change your perspective, you can board a beautiful boat. The Elbe thus reveals its charms and shows those of the city.4. Enjoy the Christmas Market
By choosing the right period of your stay, you can discover the excitement that reigns during the Christmas Market.5. Buy tickets for an opera play
What could be more romantic than a moment at the Semper Opera House? The magnificent building is also renowned throughout the world for the quality of the pieces it plays.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Dresden
You have chosen the most budget-friendly city in the whole country, at only£102.37 per night (2019 data).
If you would like to save the maximum amount during your visit to Dresden, go there in March (£86.38 per night on average), February (£91.5), or April (£96.65) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
It can be concluded, analysing the data for the year 2019, that the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of December (£128.48), August (£111.11), and June (£106.43).
When going on holiday to Dresden we recommend you to be proactive, as 70% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
The most available months, on average, are March (with an availability of 66%) April (58%), and February (49.25%), according to the trends observed in 2019.
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is December (only 8.75% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by August (13%), and June (14.8%).
In Dresden we have an extensive catalogue of approximately 580 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 19 local and international partners.