The Saxon town of Pillnitz is a district of Dresden, with Pillnitz palace and gardens on the Elbe River. The water palace is built on the upper side of the park like the reflection of the mountain palace. Both palaces combine post-Baroque and Chinese architectural styles. Two Asian-style palaces are located on either side of the "New Palace" built by the architect Christian Friedrich Schulicht. The most beautiful attraction in Pillnitz is the beautiful Pillnitz Park. There are many rare trees in the park, especially the "Dutch Garden" and the Coniferous Forest Garden-the "Coniferous Forest". The Grape Plantation Church designed by Pepelman is also a charming building, with its hip roof towering high and many branches entwined below it. You can go to the Brühl Platform, which is also known as the "European Balcony", from which you can overlook the Cathedral and the Semper Opera.
Pillnitz Palace and Gardens is located on the outskirts of Dresden. After passing the blue iron bridge over the Elbe, it takes more than half an hour to drive to the palace. There are many Chinese elements and several exhibitions. The most beautiful one is called The palace of the Water Palace is locked with a closed gate, and the garden is still very beautiful, with towering trees, camellias just withered, and cruise ships passing by on the Elbe!
The old palace looks completely new and full of life with the surrounding green gardens, and the forest coverage rate of Dresden city and surrounding is really high!
Pillnitz Palace and Gardens is located in the northern suburbs of Dresden. Historically, it was a hunting ground for the royal family. It has beautiful scenery, dense green vegetation and many artistic statues in the garden.
Located on the banks of the Elbe River, a little distance from downtown Dresden. There is not much to see inside the palace, but the palace has a Chinese style, and the exterior and garden are quite beautiful.