Booking airport transfers in Dresden
Dresden is a city in the east of Germany, the capital of Saxon lands (Sachsen Freistaat). It is an important governmental, industrial, and cultural center located on the Elbe River. It is widely known throughout the world for its art gallery, terrace Bruhl and historical monuments in Altstadt (the Old Town). In 2006 it celebrated its 800th anniversary.
The city can appear a bit grim, because the majority of pre-war houses are still not restored, but it is also one of the attractive sides of the city, because there is no other place in Europe, except for Berlin, where the results of the Second World War is as visible as it is here. If you are planning to come to Dresden, you are welcome to reserve the transfer from the airport to the city.
Dresden International Airport is situated to the north of the city. From here you may get to almost all large German cities, as well as to some European, such as Zurich, Vienna and Moscow. After appearing of low-cost air companies, such as Germanwings and Air Berlin, tariffs on the tickets to Cologne, Stuttgart, Hamburg, Düsseldorf and Munich become lower. Lufthansa Airline serves mostly domestic flights. The Air Berlin Company offers direct flights to and from Barcelona and Rome. For those wishing to go to these cities from Dresden we offer to book the transfer to Dresden International Airport from the city.
There are two major rail stations in Dresden: one of them (Dresden Neustadt), is situated on the north side of the river Elbe and the other on the south bank of the Elbe, it is Dresden Hauptbahnhof. It is the main rail station. Do not forget to check the ticket, from which station your train goes: Hauptbahnhof or Neustadt. Dresden Hauptbahnhof rail station is located in the southern part of the Prager Strasse. It is considered as the main shopping street of Dresden. It is in walking distance of the main places of interest of the old city. Public transport in the city works well: buses and the tram line can be used almost anywhere, even at night. Train to nearby suburbs, such as Pirna and Meissen go until midnight. Daily trains depart from here to all the major cities (Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, etc.), as well as to major European cities (Prague, Krakow, Budapest, etc.). If you are coming to Dresden by rail, you would definitely need to book (reserve) the transfer to the city, and we offer you such a possibility. Another big rail station is located in north of the city, it is called Dresden-Neustadt. A big amount of trains also pass through it. Some trains even go just here but not to the main rail station.
Every day 6 buses of BerlinLinienbus cruise from Berlin to Dresden. Furthermore BerlinLaynenbas provides intercity bus service between Dresden and major European cities such as Paris, Amsterdam, Prague, etc. The bus station is located next to the Altstadt. It is important to know that some buses stop in the square near Neustadt rail station. You may book the transfer to it in advance not to worry about the transportation.
There are two cable cars in Dresden. Busier and more accessible of the two is Standseilbahn, which connects the suburbs Loschwitz a residential area Weisser Hirsch. Schwebebahn, which connects with Loschwitz Oberloschwitz is more remote, with less frequent runs on Saturdays and Sundays.
In order to reserve (book) the transfer in Dresden choose location from the list above.