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religions room | 6-bed dormitory
religions room | 6-bed dormitory

Centrally located

The hostel is situated right in the heart of the Dresden Neustadt quarter. This is the lively trendy district in Dresden, with lots of pubs, clubs and small stores.
The baroque downtown is situated on the other side of the river Elbe, a nice walk away.

It's 4 tram stops to the historic downtown, the closest train station "Dresden-Neustadt" is in 20min walking distance, the main train station is about 30min away by tram. The next tram stop is only 2min away from the hostel.

Our district, the "Neustadt", is Europe's biggest contiguous Gründerzeit quarter. Because it was hardly destroyed in the war you will find here some of the actual oldest buildings in Dresden. In the socialist times the district was neglacted, it was close complete demolition. The situation gave lots of space to young people, artists and students. After the change in 1989, the neighborhood developed into Dresden's trendy disctrict, similar to Berlin Friedrichshain or Hamburg's Schanzenviertel. Today the Neustadt is still the most lively area in Dresden, with lots of pubs, bars, street life and street art.

In Dresden, the downtown is not one compact area like in many other towns. On an axis from South to North, first after the main train station comes the shopping area, then the historic baroque downtown followed on the other side of the river by the "new town", where it's particulary lively in the evenings.

While there is not much going on in the area around the main train station (except shopping during the day) and the historic part is mainly deserted after dark, in the Neustadt area is always something happening (though not so much in the mornings :-))

train station "Dresden Neustadt"

  • 20min walking
  • 5min by bicycle
  • 20min by tram/bus/train
  • 5min by car

airport Dresden

  • 35min by tram/bus/train
  • 40min by bicycle
  • 15min by car

National Park Saxon Switzerland

  • 60min by tram/bus/train
  • 2h by bicycle
  • 60min by car

Zwinger

  • 35min walking
  • 20min by tram/bus/train
  • 12min by bicycle
  • 12min by car

Pillnitz castle and garden

  • 60min by tram/bus/train
  • 40min by bicycle
  • 25min by car

trade fair

  • 60min walking
  • 45min by tram/bus/train
  • 15min by bicycle
  • 15min by car

main train station

  • 60min walking
  • 30min by tram/bus/train
  • 18min by bicycle
  • 15min by car

Meißen

  • 40min by tram/bus/train
  • 40min by car
  • 1:30h by bicycle

Dresden castle

  • 35min walking
  • 20min by tram/bus/train
  • 12min by bicycle
  • 13min by car

suspension railway

  • 60min walking
  • 35min by tram/bus/train
  • 20min by bicycle
  • 12min by car

Hygiene museum

  • 45min walking
  • 20min by tram/bus/train
  • 15min by bicycle
  • 13min by car

venue "Alter Schlachthof"

  • 30min walking
  • 20min by tram/bus/train
  • 10min by bicycle
  • 8min by car

next tram stop

  • 2min walking

Elbe river and cycling path

  • 15min walking
  • 8min by tram/bus/train
  • 5min by bicycle
  • 10min by car

Church of our Lady

  • 35min walking
  • 20min by tram/bus/train
  • 11min by bicycle
  • 11min by car

art yard passage

  • 1min walking

dairy "Pfunds Molkerei"

  • 12min walking
  • 3min by bicycle
  • 4min by car

shopping

  • 5min walking

club "Scheune"

  • 10min walking
  • 2min by bicycle

cinema

  • 5min walking

sauna

  • 5min walking

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