Centrally located in the trendy district of Dresden-Neustadt (a lot of bars, restaurants, and funny people), this family hostel is suitable for babies and small children. Everything is provided for what a family needs, from prams, baby changing tables to toys. You can use the fully equipped kitchen (tea and coffee inkusive). Two large bathrooms and even an extra toilet are available.
Everything is new, super clean, very nice rooms, individually decorated, parking is no problem,Tram nearby, distance to old town 3.5 km on foot in 25 minutes, with the tram 15min.
Most of the famous historical sights in Dresden are situated in the Altstadt (Old Town Quarter). There you can find the Frauenkirche, the Semper Opera, the Dresdener Zwinger, the Gemaeldegalerie Alte Meister (‘Old Masters Picture Gallery’) and the Residenzschloss (‘Residential Palace’) with the treasure chamber of the Saxon kings, the famous Grünes Gewölbe (Green Vault). The nearby Park Grosser Garten is also worth a visit.
With the historic paddle steamers of the Saxon Dampfschifffahrt, you can explore the Elbe Valley. Also, it is convenient to get to the downstream cities of Meissen and Radebeul by boat. Upstream, there is the Saxon Switzerland and the fortress of Königstein. A more sporting alternative is a bicycle tour on the bike path Elberadweg. Visits to the palaces at the river Elbe are also recommended.
After a long day of activities, Dresden offers plenty of opportunities for night owls. For a pub night, you can visit "Weisse Straße" or "Münzgasse" in the old town. But cult pubs and fancy restaurants can be found mainly in the Neustadt quarter and the former industrial site, both north of the old town. The area is considered to be the new trendy district and is also the center of Dresden's club and party scene.