The possibilities for pet-friendly holidays in Dresden
Let's take a close look at Dresden.
Dresden is a city in eastern Germany in the state of Saxony. It is one of the most important cultural centers in the country and one of the largest cities in the country where you can enjoy the beauty with your dogs. All you have to do is choose the right mode of transport and take your pet with you.
Dresden is a city of astonishing beauty, a baroque pearl, an art center on a European scale.
Nature in Dresden is a hilly plain covered by forests and agricultural land. It's interesting that Dresden is a very green city. Parks and other green spaces make up 60% of the area. The climate is temperate with some marine influence. Summer is warm, winter is cool but mild. Everyone is looking forward to the trip with your dog.
Many shops, cafes and restaurants are located in the historic city center. In general, this old town simply offers a wide range of shopping and entertainment options. It contains several large shopping malls. These include the Altmarkt-Galerie, Karstadt and Centrum-Galerie.
Dresden is one of the most beautiful German cities that you must visit with your dog.
Sights with your dog
There are many places to visit in Dresden, including world-famous attractions such as the magnificent Zwinger Palace and the Semper Opera House. This wonderful city is rich in cultural, architectural and historical sights.
You can't visit the sights with your pets, of course, but admire them from the outside!
Frauenkirche or the Church of the Mother of God icon
The Frauenkirche or the Church of the Mother of God Icon is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Dresden. Originally, this Lutheran church was built in the 18th century. In 1783 a huge dome was erected to crown the cathedral, which consists of two shells, an inner and an outer case. The church was built using the “archaeological renovation” method. On the dome you can admire the wonderful panorama of Dresden and the Elbe.
The kennel with the dog
The Zwinger is an impressive palace complex built between 1710 and 1732. Located opposite Dresden Castle, it consists of six stunning pavilions connected by galleries. Today the Zwinger houses several museums, including an interesting museum with a rich collection of porcelain; and the Weapons Museum, where you can see German ceremonial weapons, historical armor and more. In the palace there is a wing known as the Galerie von Zimper, Old Masters Picture Gallery. In the Old Masters Picture Gallery, visitors can admire the paintings of the great old masters, including van Deike, Rubens and Raphael. One of the most popular and most photographed attractions of Zwinger is the Crown Gate, the architectural masterpiece in the style of high Italian baroque and the beautiful fountain "Bath of Nymphs".
The Panneau "Princely March"
The panel "Princes' March" is the attraction that can be admired with the dog. The Panneau is a huge wall of tiles placed on one side of the former stable courtyard of the Dresden Residenzpalast. The panel shows the parade riding march of the Saxon rulers of different times, beginning with Konrad von Meißen from 1127 to 1918. At the beginning of the 20th century, the panel was destroyed by the effects of the weather. In order to obtain a unique work, the masters paved the panel out of 25,000 titmouse porcelain tiles. Today, the "Princes' March" panel is considered to be the largest tiled panel in the world.
Hyperion Hotel Dresden Am Schloss with a dog
This is a five star hotel, a pet friendly hotel as dogs and cats are welcome. It is possible to stay with 2 pets in one room, but they are allowed at an additional cost of EUR 15 per pet per night. Food and water bowls are available for them.
You must call the property in advance to arrange details as pets are only allowed in certain rooms. You need to learn if there are pet friendly rooms available.
Many sights are nearby: Frauenkirche, Semperoper, Dresden Residenzschloss, Zwinger, Dresden Zoo, Dresden Technical University, Dresden Elbe Valley. The walking distances are from 1 to 37.
Pullman Dresden Neva Hotel with dogs
This is a four star hotel. This is also a pet friendly hotel. It allows one pet per room, it is allowed with an extra charge of 10 EUR per pet per night. Food and water bowls are available for them. Service animals do not have to pay a fee. Pets are only allowed in certain rooms.
Call the property in advance to discuss details.
As far as sights are concerned, you can visit Frauenkirche, Semperoper, Residenzschloss Dresden, Zwinger, Zoo Dresden, Technische Universität Dresden, Kreuzkirche. Everything is nearby: 10 – 23 minutes walk.
Hotel on Terrassenufer in Dresden with dogs
This is a three star hotel.
A richly furnished hotel with a panoramic view of the Elbe and other sights. The classically furnished rooms, a restaurant with international cuisine and the terrace. The spacious rooms and deluxe rooms at the Hotel Am Terrassenufer are furnished in white. The rooms offer a view of the baroque old town or the beautiful landscape of Saxon Switzerland.
This is a dog-friendly hotel, but pets are only allowed on request. This service is chargeable. Pets are allowed for an extra charge of EUR 10 per pet per night.
Pets are welcome but only in certain rooms, restrictions apply. Food and water bowls are available for pets.
The Hotel am Terrassenufer is a 10-minute walk from the famous Frauenkirche, Brühl's Terrace and the harbor from which the tourist Weisse Flotte departs. Other sights that are nearby are Semperoper, Dresden Residential Castle, Zwinger, Dresden Zoo, Dresden Technical University, Dresden Elbe Valley.
Dog-friendly restaurants, cafes of Dresden
In restaurants, department stores, hairdressing salons and amusement parks without special prohibition signs, the principle applies: what is not forbidden is allowed for pets. Here you can bring your dog and keep him on a leash.
Dogs are allowed on the summer terraces without any problems. Well-behaved animals usually have sympathy for the staff and the restaurant patrons.
We offer you an overview of some restaurants and cafes with a terrace and tables outside. This means that pets are allowed, and your dog will be close to you.
Although restaurant employees claim that in Germany there are even water bowls for dogs in almost every restaurant.
Dresden coffee shop with a dog
This is a small cafe and small dogs are allowed.
This culinary art is German. Here one can find special diets as it is a vegetarian friendly cafe.
You can have a simple breakfast here with good ingredients. The rolls are particularly fresh and tasty, so they have great value. The bill for three breakfasts is less than one breakfast at other locations.
The service is friendly and helpful. English is even spoken here.
Address: Salzgasse 8 01067 Dresden, 01067 Dresden, Saxony Germany.
Restaurant Stresa with dogs
This culinary art German, European, international, modern.
The restaurant offers the special menu that is suitable for vegetarians. There are gluten free dishes.
Restaurant Stresa is pet-friendly, you can bring your dogs with you.
Address: Augsburger Strasse 85, 01277 Dresden, Saxony Germany.
Pleasure studio with dog
This culinary art is German, European. Everything is healthy, it is suitable for vegetarians. There are gluten free dishes. As the restaurant has a terrace, pets can be with you.
Address: Bautzner Strasse 149, Dresden, 01099, Saxony Germany.
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