Folklore © Kulturzentrum Schlachthof, Fotograf Frank Meißner
Sophienclub © Sophienclub
Dahner Felsenland © Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH
Schloss Sanssouci © DZT, Fotograf Dirk Topel Kommunikation GmbH
Wartburg © Thüringer Tourismus GmbH
HotSpots in Dresden
The nicest shop in the world
Transport yourself to XIX century visiting this molkerei, a impressive shop where you can found quality products related with the milk, like cheese and yogourt
Sajonian food in a medieval place
Nice restaurant where taste the typical sajonian food like a medieval king. Big dishes and kindle service at few meters of the Frauenkirche
Hard Rock Café - Hamburg
Let's have a drink- room 64
Room 64 is a really cool cocktail bar in Neustadt!
Nice and comfy atmosphere, but what makes this place really special is the barman!
Ask him for his special cocktail! He will cmoe to your table, ask you 4 basic questions and then go back behind the bar and prepare you a surprise cocktail based on your answers and taste! We were 5 when we went, and all cocktails tasted amazing! Mine was exactly the kind of drinks I like!
And bonus, all used juices, spices and fruits are 100% fresh and natural!
discover amazing murals
I really enjoyed walking around in the area of Friedrichstadt! At every corner there is a new artwork, mural or sometimes undefined artistic attempts... :)
The best way to discover the area is probably to simply walk around for yourself if you're already a fine streetart connaisseur, but for beginners like me I would definitively recommend a streetart tour! Great to hear the back stories and learn more about the local artists!
selfie time :)
Ok everybody, it's time to put down these terrible selfie sticks for a while and come back to basics! :) These awesome foto machines are to be seen in different places in the Neustadt. It's only 2€ for 4 B/W pictures!
Lloyd's cafe & Bar
a coffee with a view
I came accross this cafe a little bit by chance... Just a few blocs away from the main street of Neustadt I really thought the terrace and especially the view of the Martin Luther catedral made this place a bit special.
So i enjoyed the first sun rays of february and took place outside.
This cafe is really cute and has an amazing selection of teas and coffes from around the world.
I was there on my own so I did not dare try the "Afternoon soo british Tea Time", which is basically tea, pastries and small sandwiches for 2... But it looked great on my neighbors table! ;)
The Procession of Princes Mural [Fürstenzug]
the early premises of streetart
Dresden is famous for it's streetart scene, and I guess I'll have to admit this particular mural is not exactly what is usually meant when someone talks about streetart... But well, this is how it all started! ;)
In the background you can see the Frauenkirche cathedral.
Absolutely loved a one-day trip from Dresden to Bastei, climbed up to see the wonderful view... amazing!
I <3 #YoungDresden