Dresden, Saxony, Germany, because of its Baroque style of architectural style, and rich humanity, is known as the Florence on the Elbe.
Today, not only for foreign tourists, but for Germans, it is like their back garden. In addition to visiting the oldest Christmas market in Germany during Christmas, when the weather is good, come over the Elbe River. It is also great to have a drink and watch the opera.
In the vicinity of Dresden, you can also get in touch with nature, here is the only national park in Saxony - Little Switzerland. According to legend, in the 18th century, several Swiss painters came to sketch and discovered that the place was surrounded by mountains and waters, the geological structure was strange, and the famous paintings were widely circulated, and they blurted out: "It is like Switzerland!" (Perhaps until now), Switzerland is synonymous with paradise, the name spreads instantly, and over time, it becomes the official name.
From Dresden to Little Switzerland National Park, you need to take the Eurorail and take the Kurort Rathen from the main train station, where you should strongly recommend the European Pass! Don't think about it at all, just take the pass and start, just fill in the name and time of the departure and arrival site.
If you are buying a S bahn ticket, you need to be aware that the station from Dresden to Little Switzerland National Park has crossed three districts. If you can't buy the ticket, you will be fined in minutes. Tears, and tickets across the three districts are also expensive, minutes are more expensive than the number of days of the Eurotsutsu ticket!
One of Germany's top ten major cities, Dresden (meaning German riverside forests), is the capital and largest city of Saxony in eastern Germany, second only to the second largest city in the capital, Berlin.
Dresden is a cultural endorsement in Germany. Historically, Dresden has long been the capital of the Saxon kingdom, and for a period of time also served as the capital of the Polish capital, with hundreds of years of prosperity and splendor. The culture and art, Europe's highest urban greening rate and many beautiful Baroque architectures are considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
The entire Old Town of Dresden is full of Baroque architecture, the palace church, the gray color, the old-fashioned atmosphere, the time is a bit long, and it is really hard to identify the buildings in these photos. The beautiful and slender castle-like court church is so beautiful that the beauty of the years makes her beauty more memorable.
Dresden is a city with a long history and an open air museum. Even on the streets of the city, historical relics can be seen everywhere. Due to its cultural and artistic atmosphere, Dresden is known as the Florence on the River Elbe. Beauty is completely defined by Dresden.
The old carriage is running in the city. In this beautiful and heavy place, people have the feeling of turning back time.
A lot of roads and plazas in the city are paved with stone, and the taste of the ancient city of the millennium. The Old Town and the New Town are connected by several bridges.
If you have not been to Dresden, you must also look at the scenery of Dresden
many rare trees in the park, especially the "Dutch Garden" and the coniferous jungle garden - "coniferous forest". The grape plantation church designed by Perpelman is also a charming building with a four-sloping roof that stands tall and has many branches around it.
The most attractive to me is dandelion, full of lawns ~ now rarely seen in China.