Christmas Trip to Dresden

written on 15/09/2020
by German Semester

05.12. - 08.12.2020

Come and join us to experience Dresden - Germany's answer to Florence.

Dresden thrills the hearts of lovers of art and unique baroque architecture.

Dresden is particularly beautiful during Christmas time when the Strietzelmarkt conveys an idea about traditional artisanship and the German Christmas feeling.

Programme at a glance:

Day 1:   Individual arrival, check in at the hotel and guided City Sightseeing Tours

Day 2:   Trip and visit to Moritzburg Castle and the Porcelain Manufacture at the city of Meißen

Day 3:   Tours and visits of the Historical Green Vault, the baroque Church of our Lady,
the Gläserne Manufaktur of VW (Volkswagen Transparent Car Factory), the Semperoper, individual time for shopping and Christmas Markets

Day 4:   Visit of the Old Masters Art Gallery at the Zwinger, individual departure.


Steigenberger Hotel de Saxe **** situated in the centre of Dresden in walking distance to the attractions of the historic district. For more information about the hotel have look here


Package price (minimum 15 participants required)
per person in double room (breakfast included): 650 € + City Tax (ca. 6 €/night and person).
Supplement for single room: 330 €

Travel costs to and from Dresden are not included in the price.

Please be aware to book your flights on your own. You will receive recommended travel opportunities after registration with your confirmation email.

Booking Info and Contact:

The trip is organised by Dresden Information GmbH. General Conditions here.

Contact @JRC: Friedhelm Schulz
Online booking is mandatory 

Please register HERE

Booking Procedure and Payment Conditions:

Please express your interest no later than 02/10/2020.
After having received a letter of confirmation, you can book your flights.
Deposit of 200 € per person is required to confirm the reservation, payment no later than 09/10/2020.
Balance payment until 30/10/2020.

Photo 1: ©, Photo 2:  ©Torsten Hufsky, Photo 3: ©Tomy Heyduck, Photo 4: ©Arvid Müller, Photo 5: ©Prof. .Jörg Schöner