Am Terrassenufer Hotel

Address: Terrassenufer 12, Dresden, Saxony, 01069, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Pirnaische Vorstadt area of Dresden, is near Frauenkirche, Grunes Gewolbe (Green Vault), Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, and Transport Museum (Verkehrsmuseum).
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsAm Terrassenufer Hotel Dresden

          Reviewed by ayjay68

          It had what I needed

          Reviewed Dec 28, 2012
          by (4 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

          I came with few expectations as it was a late booking through Wotif, the same day I decided to go to Dresden. My room is comfortable enough, and quite large compared to some rooms.
          The hotel is located conveniently enough - it's only a couple of minutes' stroll to Altmarkt, and although I haven't gone there yet, probably the same across the bridge to Neustadt.
          No room service, and bar and restaurant are both somewhat limited, but what they do provide is good.

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          A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Dec 04, 2015

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          Dresden has a long history as the capital and royal residence for the Electors and Kings of Saxony, who for centuries furnished the city with cultural and artistic splendor. The city was known as the Jewel Box, because of its baroque and rococo city center. The controversial British and American bombing of Dresden in World War II ...

          Dresden - Day 4

          A travel blog entry by dani.rebecca on Oct 27, 2015

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          Inside of a road side stop, we got to go into Dresden for a bit less than 2 hours. The city is really beautiful and the contrast between old and new is amazing. There is an old/new Church there and the reconstruction since it was destroyed in the war only finished a decade ago. They've used as many of the old blocks as possible and you can see the scorch marks from the bombs but the rest of ...

          Dresden to Munich

          A travel blog entry by sixjessica on Oct 01, 2015

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          ... I thought they tasted like popcorn, really dry popcorn lol. Sightseeing done it was time for a beer. Julia and Korbi had reserved a table at both a vegetarian restaurant as well as at lowenbrau (which I now know is pronounced loovenbroy). Mum and I chose lowenbrau as it is a German icon and we really wanted a beer haha. It was great to have people that speak German with us. They did everything. We got an English menu but there was only one vegetarian dish in ...

          Dresden - A time of sadness for the family

          A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Dec 15, 2014

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          ... as well which
          have been built since the unification. We spent our time exploring the city and visiting the obligatory Christmas Markets whilst making time to support each other during this sad period.

          A highlight of the trip so far was visiting the beautiful Bastei Bridge which is located a short drive
          from Dresden. The engineering feat to build this bridge and ...

          A visit to the former East Germany.....

          A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 03, 2014

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          ... the fortress was pressed into service again as a bomb shelter for the local population.

          It took me a few minutes to find the entrance as it was just a small doorway in an obscure corner of a courtyard. There appeared to be some school groups visiting that day, so there was a short wait to enter. I got an Audio Guide and proceeded to tour the 14 separate rooms of the facility. It was fairly standard for medieval fortresses, with thick stone walls, ...

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