Tour by car or bus

If you come to Dresden with your own vehicle (bus or car) and want to explore the city with an experienced tour guide, it is obvious to hand this over to knowledgeable and reliable hands.

So you have the possibility of a very relaxed sightseeing without having to concentrate on the traffic all the time. I have decades of experience and of course I am also informed about the current traffic situation.

In very bad weather, this offer could even save the day.

With your vehicle we can (legally!) go to Neumarkt directly to the Frauenkirche, to the world’s largest porcelain mural “Fürstenzug”, to the Altmarkt with the Kreuzkirche, the Theaterplatz with the opera and the picture gallery, we drive along the Residenzschloss (Royal Palace), directly to the Kronentor of the world-famous Dresden Zwinger Palace, to the promenade of the Elbe at the congress center,  and to many more places…

Many guests believe that all of this can only be explored on foot.

These are exactly the points with our most important sights in the city center that you would not get to as a non-resident motorist or would only take a lot of effort.

Later on our tour, enjoy the overwhelming panoramic view while driving slowly over the bridges “Marienbrücke” and  “Carolabrücke” in the city center. From the bus or your car, see the “Golden Rider” on the Neustädter Markt, which you would not even notice from the old town …

And then the wonderful park “Großer Garten” with the modern “Gläserne Manufaktur” from Volkswagen, the magnificent villa suburbs, the bridge “Blaues Wunder”, the endless Elbe meadows with the three Elbe castles in the vineyards …

On a “Big Tour of Dresden” we could even go to Pillnitz Park and visit Pillnitz Castle, the summer residence on the Elbe.

On the way back to the city center, a stop at the most beautiful milk shop in the world, “Pfund’s Molkerei”, should not be missed.

Or how about driving up the winding streets and lanes of Loschwitz with me and suddenly stopping in front of the mountain station of the world’s oldest mountain suspension railway? We can climb up to the viewing platform, from which a truly breathtaking view opens up over the whole of Dresden, from Meißen to Saxon Switzerland and the Ore Mountains.

To get to know all of this, you would need hours of preparation on your own.

Your vehicle is enough with me. You would have a local guide on board who knows the most beautiful routes and destinations …