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More than just an alley
Kunsthofpassage is an inner court between Görlitzer Strasse and Alaunstrasse in Dresden Neustadt. At first it appears to be just an alley, but you can find several small boutiques, a coffee shop and even a restaurant at Kunsthofpassage. That's not what makes it so interesting though. Interesting is the art. Several of the houses here are painted with animals and shapes, making Kunsthofpassage, indeed, a open art gallery.
Bundeswehr Military History Museum
Plan at least half a day here!
I've visited quite a few Military Museums already, but nothing like the Military Museum in Dresden. This museum is huge and divided into themes and a chronological military history of Germany. The information on display is interesting, but especially moving. However scientifically presented, whenever stories of people slip in, the reality of past horror strikes.
I'd planned two hours in this place, but couldn't even see half of it because closing time approached. Make sure you take enough time for this museum, it's definitely worth it and a bargain at the €5 entrance fee.
Great view over the Elbe
Albrechtsberg Castle can easily be reached by taking Tram 11 from Dresden Neustadt. The castle itself can only be visited on reservation, but the park is freely accessible and great for a stroll. The highlight of the castle, however, is that it's located on higher ground by the Elbe. The river side of the park gives you a great view and seems like the perfect spot for a summer picnic.
Cobblestone streets and a castle
Meissen Altstadt is pretty small, but quirky. Walk up to Albrechtsburg Castle from where you have a nice view over the city and visit the exhibitions in the castle.
Meissen Porcelain Museum
Not at all kitsch!
The Meissen Porcelain Museum was so much more than I'd expected. It has an amazing collection of not just the typical flowery porcelain, but also very modern looking pieces and representations you wouldn't associate with porcelain. The museum also does demonstrations to show the production process from "clay" to end product. Super interesting and highly recommended!
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Saxon food... in the basement!
I had to search for a while before I found Pulverturm as the address is "An Frauenkirche", but that's not really one street. It's the buildings on the back of the Frauenkirche. So, if you're looking for it: Pulverturm is located behind the Frauenkirche, in the basement of the big yellow building.
Yes, in the basement.
That's not a bad thing though, it contributes to the "Saxon atmosphere" the restaurant has created. You'll see wooden furniture, flags and poster from bygone Saxon times. The menu has some typical Saxon dishes on it, but also spaghetti and even three vegetarian options.