Bradt City Guide Dresden

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Bradt Travel Guides, 2007 - 310 sivua
Dresden is arguably the finest Baroque city in Europe, now fully rebuilt after the devastation of World War II. The city is fast becoming one of Germany's highlights and the riverside terraces are on UNESCO's World Heritage List.
In Bradt's new guide, the author delves into the city's musical heritage (many of Richard Strauss's operas were premiered here) and its art treasures (including some of the greatest works of the Italian Renaissance).

 

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The city a practical overview 30 When to visit and why
33
Q Walking Tours
36
City tours 35 Boat trips 37 Tourist information
39
Red tape 40 Getting there and away 42 Health 53 Safety
56
Banks 6l Media 62 Communications 62 Embassies
64
Local Transport
68
Cycling 78 Hitchhiking
83
Altstadt 85 Neustadt 9l ln the suburbs 95 Radebeul
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Entertainment and Nightlife
128
Friedrichstadt l67 Walk 4 University area l70
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Unmissables l92 Museums and galleries 2l0 Churches
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Moritzburg 23l Radeburg 236 Radebeul 237 Meissen 24l
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iA Language
278
Further Information 296 Books 296 Maps 299 Websites
299
Shopping
308
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Tim Burford writes hiking and ecotourism guides for Bradt, specialising in Latin America and eastern Europe. He is the author of Chile and Argentina: The Bradt Trekking Guide, Chile and Georgia.

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