Take advantage of the enviable location of art’otel dresden
Our modern art’otel dresden enjoys a great location in the city centre. Thanks to its enviable location, you are able to take a short walk to many landmarks like Residenzschloss Dresden, one of the most important Renaissance palace complexes in Europe or Köngistraße, famous for its numerous restaurants and shops. The Neustadt district with its bars, restaurants and shops is also within a short drive and Dresden’s main railway station is not more than five minutes away.
Dresden is a beautiful city with lots of exciting sightseeing opportunities and art’otel dresden offers you the perfect base to explore the culture and the history of the city.
art’otel dresden puts you near these attractions:
- Semperoper (Semper Opera House) (1.1 km)
One of Dresden’s most impressive structures, Semperoper, was designed by Gottfried Semper and completed in 1841.
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- Zwinger (1.1 km)
Built by Augustus the Strong in the 19th century, this Rococo-style palace features well-dressed gardens and fountains, as well as the Porcelain Museum and Armoury Museum.
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- Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) (1.4 km)
The Frauenkirche has a 1000 year old history, since it was first built in the 11th century. Today the church is a place for non-violent protest and a symbol of peace and forgiveness after war.
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- Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister (1.1 km)
The Old Masters Picture Gallery hosts the art of many famous artists like Dürer, Holbein, Rubens, Rembrandt, Poussin, Claude Lorrain, Murillo and many more. Here you can admire masterpieces including Raphael’s “Sistine Madonna” and Giorgione’s “Sleeping Venus”.
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- International Congress Centre Dresden (0.6 km)
If you are staying at art’otel dresden, you will be just a few minutes’ walk away from the ICC Dresden, which is equipped with the latest technology and is considered one of the most modern congress centres in Europe with a great location.
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- Königstraße (1.5 km)
The Königstraße is famous for its Baroque houses and it is the most famous shopping address in the city where you can find many antique shops and galleries and taste the rich Saxon cuisine.
- Porzellanmanufaktur Meissen (7 km)
Established in 1710, Meissen became the first porcelain manufactory in Europe. Today it stands for stylish elegance and excellent quality. The Meissen museum opened in 1916 and it still contains the Exhibition Hall in its original form.
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- Residenzschloss Dresden (1 km)
Located in the heart of the city centre, the Residenzschloss Dresden is one of the most important Renaissance palace complexes in Europe and it reflects more than 800 years of history. Residenzschloss Dresden hosts the Staatliche Kunstsammlung Dresden, one of the oldest museum institutions in the world.
- Russisch-Orthodoxe Kirche (3.7 km)
The Russisch-Orthodoxe Kirche (Russian Orthodox Church), which is built in the 1870s, has long served as the centre of Russian Orthodoxy in Dresden.
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