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The special city tour including admission to the Dresden Chocolate Museum

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Let yourself be tempted to travel back in time! Our experienced and licensed tour guides bring Dresden's past to life with little anecdotes and big stories. We will guide you through the dark Middle Ages in an entertaining way, experience the power of the Renaissance and let the glamorous Baroque era shine for you. We go in search of traces of the Peaceful Revolution of 1989 and find out what moved the people. In small groups and equipped with a modern digital guide system, we dive into the past and present and make you a Dresden Insider.

Route of our city walk:
Neumarkt with Frauenkirche, Semperoper, Zwinger, Residenzschloss, Brühlsche Terrasse, Fürstenzug, Stallhof, Katholische Hofkirche, Taschenbergpalais, Augustusbrücke and an interesting search for traces awaits us.
The city tour takes place at 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. (Monday - Sunday) and 4:00 p.m. (Monday - Saturday).

duration: 100 minutes
Meeting point for the city tour: Dresden Information entrance area, QF Passage (basement) next to the Frauenkirche, Neumarkt 2

Chocolate Museum:
In addition to the city tour, this service includes admission to the Dresden Chocolate Museum including a tasting of the finest chocolate.
Dresden was the chocolate capital in Germany and is considered to be the place where milk chocolate was invented, which was exported from here to the world.In the Chocolate Museum you can experience the exciting history of this delicacy and what really makes good chocolate.

You will learn surprising things about the numerous chocolate factories in Dresden in the 19th century, discover one of the world's largest collections of chocolate molds by Anton Reiche and learn about the long journey from a cocoa bean to a tasty chocolate.

Then you will taste how the first bars of chocolate might have tasted and how good milk chocolate tastes these days.

Chocolate Museum address: Schlossstr. 22, 01067 Dresden, next to the Residenzschloss in the old town
Opening times: daily 11 a.m. - 6 p.m., prior registration is not necessary 

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