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Dresden

Dresden



Dresden blossomed in the middle of the 18th century under the reign of the Saxon electors (kings) Augustus II "the Strong" and Augustus III. They built splendid architecture and amassed fabulous collections of objects d'art and works of art. Dresden became one of Europe's most artistic and cultural centres (known as the Florence of the Elbe). Amongst the most spectacular is the Zwinger: a magnificent Baroque complex, A superb porcelain collection and great works of art at the Old Mazsters Gallery. Of course, the music is legendary and the Semperoper exemplifies everything outstanding in the German operatic world. Of course, the Frauenkirche has just been finally, completed and we provide tickets to the 'new' Historic Green Vault restored to its original glory and displaying a veriatble treasure house of art, figurines, crystal and enamelled figurines.

Day Tour Price from £409 per person
Includes: two nights accommodation with breakfast and taxes, top-category seat for one performance, opera synopsis, restaurant recommendations and city map.
Flights are not included but lowest fares can be sourced and booked.
Hotel Bülow Palais & Bülow Residenz
Dresden
Bülow Palais is a stunning 5-star hotel in Dresden's baroque quarter. Opened in early 2010 and sister hotel to Bülow Residenz - a firm favourite of Opera in Style clients. Both are members of Relais & Châteaux.
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2017 Regent Seven Seas Cruise + Opera
2016-17 Opera Guide
2016-17 Opera Guide
Opera in Style Opera Guide 2016/17