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Built in 2006, the Maritim Hotel and International Congress Centre maintains state-of-the-art architecture and conference facilities. With panoramic views over the river Elbe, the hotel’s various halls and rooms are spread over four levels and can accommodate up to 6000 visitors.


To stand out from the crowd, avoid dining in the Altstadt, or the Old Town, where pricey restaurants and cafes tend to be abundant. Instead, head across the Elbe for more authentic dining. Tables are highly sought-after at Das Caroussel within the Hotel Bulow, a restaurant specialised in Mediterranean cuisine.


The main shopping streets are Prager Strasse and Wilsdruffer Straffe. The Altmarkt area is up-and-coming and if you are visiting in December, do not miss the chance to visit the Christmas market. Konigstrasse is home to exclusive stores and designer boutiques but it also specialises in craft shops, which are ideal for souvenirs or gifts to take home.

Major Points of Interest

The iconic Frauenkirche, the solid stone Church of Our Lady, which the locals call Fat Lady, is the centrepiece of the Altstadt. You can spend a delightful day on one river Elbe, home to one of the historic paddle steamers, or just have a ‘coffee cruise’ where German cake seems limitless.


SG Dynamo Dresden is the local football team founded in 1950 as the sports arm of the Stasi, the Communist East German police. Sports you can try in the area are swimming, cycling and ice-skating at the 1600 square metre rink in Dresden.