The story of sandstone and Japanese camelia flowers
This a tour especially dedicated to guests interested in nature. Close to Dresden there is the National Park of the Saxon Switzerland, the sandstone mountains along the river Elbe. You will find a unique nature, a fortress from the middle ages and quiet places for hiking. On the way we take you to Pillnitz, the former summer residence of the Saxon court built in the unique Chinese style. Come along and let's stroll through the outstanding Park of Pillnitz.
Do not miss getting back to Dresden by one of the old paddle steam boats. It is going to be an unforgettable experience!
For lunch we take you to a family run little restaurant with German homemade food!
Normally we leave Dresden end got to visit the fortress Königstein (see photagraphy). Later we continue to the Bastei, the most famous look-out rock. There is also a restaurant which offers the possibility for a lunch break. Later in the day we continue to Pillnitz and after having walked the park of Pillnitz there is the possibility to return to Dresden by boat, which is a very enjoyable experience!
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: There is no fixed meeting location, we will be glad to pick you up at your hotel.
End location: The tour will be finished at your hotel or any spot in Dresden you wish.
Duration: 7 hours
This tour is a little bit depnding on the weather conditions, it is almost an outdoor excursion!
The means of transport is normally a Mercedes Van or a Volkswagen Van. It is depending on the time of booking.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 Euro - The additional fee covers the entrance to the Königstein fortress and the boat ticket.
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Heidi was able to add a wonderful tour of the Galshutte watch manufacturing center. The Center's tour guide made a very good presentation. Heidi took my pictures outside the center. Later, we went to the great fortress of Konigstein. The views of Saxon Switzerland were terrific. The tour of Pillnitz was very informative. Thanks to Heidi. I loved the steamboat ride back to Dresden. It was the icing on the cake. A great tour. Keith Bankwitz