What’s On In Dresden
until New Year’s Eve

What’s On In Dresden? (Photo: M. Hultsch) The Christmas market season! Around Christmas time, Dresden is full of fairy lights, decorations and Christmas markets. If you walk through the city from the end of November until New Year’s Eve, Christmas markets will be waiting for you around every corner. Over the next few weeks, we’re going to give you some hot tips for the most beautiful Christmas markets and locations. Last week, we reccommended the very tiny and cute market the Neustädter Gelichter! Today we want to share Dresden’s romantic Christmas market Anno 1900. It’s daily from 11:00 am – 10 […]

What’s On In Dresden
13-19 December 2019

What’s On In Dresden? (Photo: M. Hultsch) The Christmas market season! Around Christmas time, Dresden is full of fairy lights, decorations and Christmas markets. If you walk through the city from the end of November until New Year’s Eve, Christmas markets will be waiting for you around every corner. Over the next few weeks, we’re going to give you some hot tips for the most beautiful Christmas markets and locations. Last week, we reccommended Dresdens biggest and most popular market the Striezelmarkt! Today we want to share a very tiny and cute market: Neustädter Gelichter, where you can spend an […]

What’s On In Dresden
6-12 December 2019

What’s On In Dresden? (Photo: M. Hultsch) The Christmas market season! Around Christmas time, Dresden is full of fairy lights, decorations and Christmas markets. If you walk through the city from the end of November until New Year’s Eve, Christmas markets will be waiting for you around every corner. Over the next few weeks, we’re going to give you some hot tips for the most beautiful Christmas markets and locations. Last week, we reccommended the Medival Christmas Market in Stallhof Dresden. But the by far biggest and most popular market in Dresden is the Striezelmarkt! Germany’s oldest Christmas market opens […]

What’s On In Dresden
29 November – 05 December 2019

What’s On In Dresden? (Photo: M. Hultsch) The Christmas market season begins! Around Christmas time, Dresden is full of fairy lights, decorations and Christmas markets. If you walk through the city from the end of November until New Year’s Eve, Christmas markets will be waiting for you around every corner. Last week, the first markets open their doors. Over the next few weeks, we’re going to give you some hot tips for the most beautiful Christmas markets and locations. The Medival Christmas Market in Stallhof Dresden is our first recommendation for you. The forge fires, ovens and charcoal barbecues are […]

What’s On In Dresden
22 – 28 November 2019

What’s On In Dresden? (Photo: M. Hultsch) The Christmas market season begins! Around Christmas time, Dresden is full of fairy lights, decorations and Christmas markets. If you walk through the city from the end of November until New Year’s Eve, Christmas markets will be waiting for you around every corner. Over the next few weeks, we’re going to give you some hot tips for the most beautiful Christmas markets and locations. The first markets open their doors on 27 November. Tips for the weekend This weekend is the magical digital – feminism – festival at Hellerau! dgtl fmnsm deals with […]

What’s On In Dresden
15 – 21 November 2019

What’s On In Dresden? (Photo: M. Hultsch) Happy St. Martinsday! Every year around the 11 November, mainly children with colorful lanterns wander through the streets singing Martins- and lanternsongs like “Laterne, Laterne“. But who was Saint Martin, who is remembered every year – especially in Catholic regions – with Martin’s processions and roast goose? According to legend, Martin was a Roman soldier, who rode past a starving and freezing beggar on a cold winter’s day. He felt so sorry for the man that Martin shared his warm coat with the sword and gave the beggar a half. In the night […]

What’s On In Dresden
8 – 14 November 2019

What’s On In Dresden? (Photo: M. Hultsch) We hope you enjoyed the first week of November, had lots of arty-moments at the “Kreativmesse”! Tips for the weekend The 15th International Film Festival for Human Rights and Development “MOVE IT!” will take place from 7 – 13 November. Lots of exciting films await you there, some of them in English, as well as films, concerts, discussions, and conversations. Don’t miss the festival! It’s well worth a visit. On Thursday there will be a grand opening with champagne and a party. Perfect to get in touch with people. If you like soccer […]

What’s On In Dresden
1 – 7 November 2019

What’s On In Dresden? (Photo: M. Hultsch) We hope you enjoyed a good Halloween Party, have not been too scared and had lots of sweets =) Tips for the weekend This time of the year is perfect to get creative. It gets dark early and since it is cold outside, make yourself comfortable at home and do some handicrafts. You can find the necessary inspiration and materials at the “Kreativmesse Dresden“, a trades fair all around creative ideas offering workshops or, if you are not very creative yourself, you can just buy from creative people. Maybe you have already started […]

What’s On In Dresden
25 – 31 October 2019

What’s On In Dresden? (Photo: M. Hultsch) Tips for the weekend – Staff picks The DAVE Festival for Clubculture has some more days to go. This year’s motto “Retrofuture” addresses not only the obvious aesthetic perspective but also the social relevance of club culture. Lessons for a responsible social dialogue can also be drawn from a reflected look into the past. Today, according to this, the protagonists increasingly refer to the former promises of techno on their very own playground of electronic music, the club. In addition to the function of escapism and the aesthetic confrontation with different art movements, […]

What’s On In Dresden
18 – 24 October 2019

What’s On In Dresden? (Photo: M. Hultsch) Tips and Notes for the weekend // This Friday the DAVE Festival for Clubculture starts. This year’s motto “Retrofuture” addresses not only the obvious aesthetic perspective but also the social relevance of club culture. Lessons for a responsible social dialogue can also be drawn from a reflected look into the past. Today, according to this, the protagonists increasingly refer to the former promises of techno on their very own playground of electronic music, the club. In addition to the function of escapism and the aesthetic confrontation with different art movements, the club serves […]