Year after year, the Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), the Semperoper (opera house), the Sistine Madonna and many other historical monuments and castles attract visitors from all over the world. And don't forget the unique landscape and vineyards and the distinctive Elbe valley. The Elbe River is the city's hub, exuding almost a Mediterranean flair. No wonder that Dresden is also called the Florence of Germany.

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From the airport to Dresden

Name: Dresden International Airport (DRS)
Location: 9 km northeast of Dresden

All information is subject to change.

 

Information Time Price
parking Parking garage






Short term parking


(other parking available)
1 hour
Each subsequent hour
8-24 hours
Daily rate starting with the 2nd day
Daily rate starting with the 8th day

30 min.
Each subsequent half hour
Maximum 2 hours
3 €
2 €
17 €

8 €

6 €


2 €

1 €
by taxi trip to Dresden city centre approx. 20 min. approx. 16-18 €
by bus Bus line 77 to the stop at the Infineon factory; transfer to tram line 7 to the main Dresden train station

Bus line 97 via Käthe-Kollwitz-Platz (and with tram line 7); Dresden-Klotzsche (and with "S Bahn S2" tram and regional transportation)
approx. 30 min. 1.80 €





1.80 €
by tram "S-Bahn S2" tram from Dresden airport station to main train station 23 min. 1.80 €