Dresden is a city of jewels restored from the ashes.
In the 13th century, the history of the construction of the Dresden Castle, one of the most beautiful buildings of the city, began.
The old town in Dresden is very compact and is grouped around the Theater Square with its wonderful Dresden opera in the center. Nearby - Zwinger with its diverse collections, the residence of the Saxon ruling dynasty of Wettin. And along the Elbe - the terrace of Brühl, which in Dresden is called the "balcony of Europe". The famous "Old Master" gallery - Alte Meister, is where the "Sistine Madonna" Raphael, the richest collection of paintings by Rembrandt, the Italians, the small Dutchmen are ... In addition to the Old, there are also "New Masters" - a collection of 19th-century painting, the main way, the German Romantics led by Kaspar David Friedrich; there is a magnificent collection of porcelain (the Museum of Porcelain), ancient measuring instruments (Physics and Mathematics Salon), weapons and armor (Armory Chamber), the Kunstkammer and the Museum of Treasures. February 13, 1945 the city was destroyed by British and American aircraft.
08:00 - Departure from Karlovy Vary (170 km).
Stop for 15 minutes in the toilet at 10:00.
11:00 - Arrival in Dresden (Taschenberg 3, Dresden)
11: 00-12: 10 - Walking tour of the city - Theater Square, Hofkirche, Palace Square, Bruhl Terrace, Neumarkt, Frauenkirche, Residence, Taschenbergpalac.
12:15-13:40 Independent visit to Zwinger museums (ticket 10 Eur):
- Galleries of Old Masters
- The Museum of Porcelain
- Physics and Mathematics Salon
13:40 Meeting the group for dinner at the fountain.
13: 45 - 14: 30 - Lunch (optional) 16 Euro/pers.
After lunch - free time.
- Additional visit to the Residence Museum Historical Green Vaults : diamonds, sapphires, ivory, gold, amber (ticket 12 Eur) or shopping.
17:00 - Group gathering (Taschenberg 3, Dresden) and departure from Dresden.
19:30 - Arrival to Karlovy Vary.
Transfer on a comfortable bus, Russian-speaking guide, excursion program.
The price does not include entrance tickets to museums and lunch.
The travel company reserves the right to make changes to the program.