Visiting the most beautiful Christmas markets in Dresden is a must. And we have a lot of them here. For some time now, there has been no getting tired of the Advent season in Dresden: we have the most beautiful and diverse Christmas markets only a few streets away from each other. You don't actually leave the mulled wine and light swarms any more when you're out and about in the city. Christmas muffles should be looking for a way out: Dresden calls itself to be THE Christmas City! Continue reading »
Intermission is a journey through emotional states, the interference between vulnerability and authentic emotions and attempts to explore, deny and avoid dialogue in society that is often unwilling to understand and accept severe emotional states. Continue reading »
Many were amazed when just two weeks ago the streets of Dresden turned into a huge dance floor and a colourful and dancing crowd of people rolled through the city like a happy caterpillar. Under the motto "Do we always have to get loud first? - Vote and dance for Tolerance" the fifth Tolerade took place and demonstrated with a lot of heart and even more bass for an open and tolerant togetherness. What this is all about and why every year hundreds of Dresden women* put their time and energy into the Tolerade project is what this post wants to reflect once again Continue reading »
When the bass pulsates in the rhythm of the heart, people dance in the streets of Dresden for humanity and solidarity. Because this city is much more colourful than the brown mishmush of pegidists, racists and old reactionaries sometimes makes us believe. Making this visible and tangible is the declared aim of the Tolerade, a dancing demonstration that is taking place on 4 May... Continue reading »
A Free Tour is a city tour, for which you don’t buy a ticket. In our case, you just meet Clara at the hostel (usually on Tuesdays and Thursdays) and have a nice guided walk through town. At the end (Church of Our Lady) you tip your guide depending on how you liked the tour (and how much budget you got left).
Here we go: Continue reading »