It's best to get to know the city from the outside: Whether you go walking across the lively plazas and blooming parks of the inner city or enjoy the lovely landscape in a beer garden on the banks of the Elbe on a mild summer evening, you can feel the “Mediterranean” flair that makes Dresden so unique.
Living and working in “Florence on the Elbe”
It’s not without cause that Dresden is called “Florence on the Elbe.” This name refers to the multitude of architectural and artistic treasures that are the reason Dresden is frequently compared to the Tuscan metropolis. Dresden is a true total work of art, one in which many outstanding artists from all over Europe have had a hand. In addition to brilliant German architects, the Italians and the French have also left their mark on the city. Whether the magical architecture of the Zwinger, the Italian spirit of the Catholic Hofkirche [Cathedral] or the world-famous Frauenkirche with its stone dome, Dresden is a feast for the eyes. In addition to the Dresden State Art Collections, there are more than 50 museums in the city that feature unusual exhibits. The museum density can be compared to that of London.
of the most beautiful views of Dresden
Our modern valantic office in Dresden is in the middle of the Hafencity on the Neustadt harbor on the Elbe River, very close to Dresden’s historic old town. From the balcony, where the team likes to grill in the summertime, you can enjoy the wonderful view of the harbor while you’re taking a coffee break. If you want to get some fresh air or need a change of scene: The lovely Elbwiesen, Dresden’s largest local recreation area, is directly on the doorstep. The historic old town and many bars, restaurants, and cafés in Dresden’s beloved Neustadt district are just a 10- to 15-minute walk away.
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