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On the banks of the Elbe river there is Dresden - a city full of gardens and parks, where it is possible to combine shopping with a trip for the whole family. At the first sight, it is hard to believe that the city was totally grounded in 1945.
What to visit in Dresden?
The unique Brühl terrace and also the former part of the city walls are located above the left bank of the River Elbe between the Augustusbrücke and Carolabrücke bridges. The half-kilometer long promenade with stunning views of the Elbe and the city is a frequent destination for tourists who like to rest on stone steps or hide from the sun in the tree-lined avenue.
The honorable Chateau lies near Dresden and when you look at it, you will think about where you've already seen it. Surely you would soon remember that the famous Czech film fairy tale Three Nuts for Cinderella was filmed in here. In the chateau you can see extensive hunting collections, rare porcelain or a quaint feather room with ornaments made of feather.
Thanks to its convenient location near the Czech border, Dresden is a frequent destination for shopping lovers. The offer is huge and you can easily lose the notion of time in labyrinths of department stores. "Mecca" of all shopaholiks is the Altmarkt Gallery, where you can find shops with a variety of brands and styles. Perhaps the most popular attraction is Primark, a popular low cost chain store.