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This is a great place to take the whole family if you are in Dresden. Lots of paths, a kid size train with three different types of engines, places to eat and relax, botanical displays and the Dresden Zoo.
The park is large, with a range of terrain from lawns, woodlands, thick forest, and lakes. It is suitable for picnics or just to escape from the city. The park in itself does not have a lot of facilities, but I found it reminiscent of...More
Close to the city centre this is a fabulous green area of lovely walks. Perfect place to spend a restful few hours away from the hustle and bustle.There is a miniature train children would love to take you around part of the park.
It's a great location for a sunny day. It's located next to the city center and easily accessible by tram. The garden is taken care of very well, the palace with the pond make for a great picture. There is even some open mini theatre,...More
We walked from the city centre and it was well worth it. It covers a huge area and you can walk through the trees. The English garden was beautiful and so colourful in May.
Lots of seats and you could really spend a day there....More
It's my first time going to the park when it's sunny. The weather was so perfect for a walk in the park. It's a huge area where you're allowed to cycle or skate. No cars are allowed to drive in the park except of those...More
This is a great place to go for a walk in the early spring as many crocuses of differing colors (the purple are especially pretty) are in bloom. The inside of the Palais is being renovated, but the exterior is lovely to look at.
We started our first day in Dresden by hopping off the tour bus and walking through this garden. The layout of the long alleyways is beautiful, and there is also a kind of woody part as well. Delightful to see so many young children and...More