Accommodation & Apartments in Dresden
Dresden has a long and fascinating heritage, and as the capital of the Saxony region of now modern Germany a history that has great importance in both regional and European history. After surviving a devastating 20th century, which included being 75% destroyed by allied bombing in WW2, and the subsequent Soviet occupation, Dresden still remains an important city in Europe. Visitors pour in to see the famed surviving or rebuilt architecture. Arguably the most popular and beautiful of which is the stunning Frauenkirche, also well worth the visit, is the equally breathtaking Opera House and Zwinger Palace. Dresden has 10 million annual visitors and many of those will use the city as a hopping point to other destinations, check out our vacation rentals in nearby Prague and Berlin. Apartments and bed and breakfasts in Dresden are plentiful, an typical Dresden apartment offers more space and freedom than a guesthouse but Dresden bed and breakfasts tend to be right on the door stop of the main attractions. During the Christmas period accommodation can be hard to find as the city hosts its annual Striezelmarkt, Germany's oldest Christmas market. For this period make sure you book your Dresden apartments early. During the summer the city also hosts Europe’s largest Jazz festival and bed and breakfasts in Dresden centre tend to be booked very early.