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DURATION: approx. 247 min

DISTANCE: approx. 355 km

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Berlin to Carlsbad

Czech republic, Germany

Transfer from Berlin to Carlsbad in representative cars at a low price with your own individual trip setup. Visit Dresden, Bastei and more popular destinations along the way. Try our Trip Planner and explore much more from Europe with REVOCARS!

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There is a lot of popular places along the way to Karlovy Vary! They can make your trip more interesting!

Berlín, Německo



Explore one of the largest cities of eastern Germany. The tour to Dresden can be pure sightseeing or you can…

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Explore one of the largest cities of eastern Germany. The tour to Dresden can be pure sightseeing or you can link it to the great shopping opportunities. The history of the city is very rich and is definitely worth exploring. Most of the city centre got bombarded at the end of World War II. but the city managed to repair most of it and now you can admire the unique architecture and the marvels of the city. 


Do not miss in Dresden:

- Zwinger
This gallery was created in 1709 and offers paintings that are linked with the greatest names. You can be excited to see the Sistine Madonna by Raffaelo, but also paintings created by Giorgione, Titian, Correggio, Mantegna, Botticelli, Parmigianino. One of the large exhibitions of this gallery composes painting from Rembrandt.

- Frauenkirche
This church is a dominant landmark in the city. It was bombarded and almost razed to the ground. The remainings of the church were left untouched to remind the horrors of World War II. After the reunion of the West and East Germany, the church had been restored. 

- Hofkirche
Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, and the largest temple building in Saxony.

- Procession of Princes
This 394-foot mural along the wall in the Royal Mews courtyard depicts a parade of Saxony rulers, mainly the Wettings family. The mural was made in 1876 from porcelain tiles and it incredibly survived the 1945 bombing that destroyed most of the surrounding buildings.  

- The residential mansion and courtyard Stallhof
The SKD (Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden) complex, is one of the most important and oldest museum complexes in the world. There you can explore the Green Vault Museum, the world-renowned largest and richest treasury in Europe. Don't forget to also explore the courtyard of the Stallhof Castle Riding Hall, which used to serve as a venue for many riding tournaments. 

- Semperoper
It was built in the style of the Italian High Renaissance, destroyed twice during the history and nowadays it serves as a State Opera and Orchestra.

- Lipsiusbau
It is a marvellous building with a distinctive glass dome where contemporary art exhibitions take place.

- Volkswagen glass factory
The unique e-Golf factory. This factory that has glass walls gives you a unique experience to see the car production first handed. 

- Neumarkt Square
It is the most famous square in the centre of Dresden in the original 18th-century Baroque style. Around the Frauenkirche church, there are many narrow streets that invite you to walk, shop or sit in restaurants and cafés.

This unique building that was built to look like a mosque in 1906 used to be a headquarters and factory for a tobacco company. 


For shopping in Dresden:
(Sunday closed!)

- Dresden Gallery Center

- Globetrotter

- Barockviertel

- Karstadt

- Altmarkt Gallery Dresden

- Prager Strasse


See something more around Dresden

It is possible to extend this trip with additional locations. The final price will be calculated individually. We recommend the following locations: 

- Bastei
The impressive Bastei Rock Bridge is located in a nature sanctuary area with perfect views of the cliffs and the Elbe Canyon. This unique place is definitely recommended as an addition to your trip at any time of the year, definitely worth it!


- Königstein
Königstein Fortress was built on a tableland and became the largest military fortress in Europe and the oldest surviving German barracks. The walls reach a height of 42m and have never been overcome. A great attraction is also a well deep 152.5m.

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Time at destination: 360 min Add

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Saxon Switzerland has many beautiful landmarks, from the biggest one is the local rock formation Bastei on the…

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Saxon Switzerland has many beautiful landmarks, from the biggest one is the local rock formation Bastei on the right bank of the Elbe. It rises to a height of 305 meters above sea level and its main attractions are the stone bridge and the viewing platforms. The original wooden bridge led to the castle of Neurathen and spanned across the deep abyss of Mardertelle. The castle was built in the 13th century as a defensive castle for nearby trade routes and was repeatedly besieged, conquered and burned. From 1485, the castle was unoccupied and began to fall apart. In 1851 the castle was made accessible by the unique monumental rock bridge Basteibrücke with a length of 76m and the remains of the castle together with the bridge form a very popular tourist destination with unique views of the river the Elbe and nearby table mountains and Königstein.

You can also find a hotel with a restaurant on top of the plateau behind the rock formation.

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Time at destination: 60 min Add

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Several table mountains arise in the local landscape, however, the Königstein Fortress was built on the largest…

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Several table mountains arise in the local landscape, however, the Königstein Fortress was built on the largest one and the construction started in the 12th century. On the 247m high rock were gradually build over 50 buildings and 42m high fortifications. You can also visit the oldest surviving German barracks that was constructed in 1589-1590, castle chapel, dungeons, or the deepest well in Saxony with a depth of 152.5 m. The fortress served as a hideout for dukes, a depository of state reserves, secret archives and from 1591 until the end of the First World War as a prison. Since 1955 it has been used as a unique military museum.


The fortress is open every day except 24.12. from 9 am to 5 pm Opening hours may be adjusted on some holidays.

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Time at destination: 120 min Add

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