Dresden has long been considered the cultural capital of Saxony. For tourists, it is one of the most interesting German cities. This is a picturesque oasis in the valley of the Elbe River – surprisingly harmonious, calm and elegant. Numerous attractions of Dresden have been artfully restored after the destruction of the Second World War, so today thousands of tourists can admire its unique atmosphere.
The cultural treasures of the Dresden museums were carefully preserved for future generations and taken outside the city during the terrible bombing. After the reconstruction, many collections were returned to the city. Nowadays, guests can still enjoy the expositions and study the history of ancient Saxony from them.