Combination tour to Berlin, Dresden and Prague – 3 cities = 1 journey
Berlin, Dresden and Prague – Cities in the middle of Europe that could not be more different from one another! However, the pulsating metropolis Berlin, the contemplative residential city of Dresden as well as Prague, the city where the river Moldova became known through the composer Friedrich Smetana, these cities have more in common than one would suppose. Whether as a classic city trip or with thematic priority – these cities are easily combined!
Experience Berlin, Dresden and Prague in one tour
Our classic city tours to Berlin and Dresden are perfect to combine, even with a visit to the capital of our bordering country Czech Republic. On the basis of a short travel program we would like to show you how close these cities are and accordingly, how a combination could look like. No matter whether history, art or music: Every single one of these cities offer diverse possibilities for eventful city tours.
Start your combination tour in Berlin, the German capital city
The German capital would be a great choice as starting point of your combination tour. It is easily accessible and it also offers various possibilities for sightseeing. These can be discovered in the context of a guided city tour. Begin your journey of discovery with famous historic buildings such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag and East Side Gallery, which document the happenings of passed centuries. Afterwards you may visit one of the numerous museums or monuments, which inform about the fall of the Berlin Wall and the division of Germany. You can also dive into the art scene of Berlin. In the evening you could experience one of the manifold and fascinating performances of the German State Opera Berlin.
Continuation of the journey to Dresden, the Florence on the Elbe
Your combination tour leads you to the former residential city of Dresden, which is also known as Florence on the Elbe. Here you may marvel at the baroque architecture of the Zwinger Palace during a guided city tour and at the Brühl´s Terrace, you will have a nice view over the Elbe. The Church of Our Lady in Dresden, is a worldwide symbol of reconciliation and reconstruction. Subsequently a visit of the art gallery “Old Masters” with the “Sistine Madonna” by Raffael or a visit of an event at the Semper Opera House Dresden, one of the most beautiful opera houses worldwide, could artistically enhance your city tour.
Continuation of the journey to the “Golden City” Prague
After about one or two days in Dresden you can carry on with your city combination tour to Prague. The Czech capital is also known as “Golden City” and not only impresses with its magical location by the river Moldova, but also with its history and culture displayed by the UNESCO. Take a look at the historic city, in the Jewish neighborhood, at the Prague Castle and the beautiful Charles Bridge. Prague offers likewise uniqueness for art enthusiasts such as exhibitions at the National Gallery, the Local Gallery or the National Museum as the cities visited before did as well. In the evening the city comes to life as “Music town” with the Prague Symphonic Orchestra, the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and the Czech National Symphonic Orchestra.
Besides the examples highlighted above, also the surroundings of all three mentioned cities offer a variety of extraordinary sightseeing possibilities. Thus, Dresden and Berlin are also easy to combine with the Music Town Leipzig for example. Rummage in our classic city tours and let us know which places and sights your group would prefer to visit. We gladly submit a suitable offer for your next city combination tour! Please contact us.
Brandenburg Gate in Berlin © AugustusTours
The residential palace in Dresden © AugustusTours
The old Town Hall and Tyne Church in Prague © AugustusTours