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Dresden: Neustadt & Erich Kaestner Group Walking Tour

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Walk in the footprints of the famous author and poet, Erich Kaestner. Discover places of interest related to his early years and childhood as you stroll through the pretty lanes and hidden courtyards of Dresden's artist quarter on a 2-hour group tour.
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Duration: 2 hours
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  • Learn about the life of Erich Kaestner
  • See places of interest relating to his childhood
  • Visit the most beautiful dairy shop in the world
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Start at the Goldener Reiter Horse Monument at the Neustaedter Markt. Discover the city's Baroque and Roaring Artists' Neustadt areas as you learn about the life of Erich Kaestner, born in 1899 in Dresden.  See the church where he was baptized, the house he was born in, and the secret corners and sites where he spent his childhood.

Experience the vivid district of Albertplatz as you stroll through its lovely lanes and hidden courtyards. Learn about corresponding Kaestner quotations and poems as you walk. Visit Pfunds Molkerei, the most beautiful dairy shop in the world. You may end the tour with a visit to the Erich Kaestner Museum to deepen your understanding of his life.
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What’s Not Included
  • Public transportation €2-5 per person (may be useful during wet or cold weather)

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Monument to the Goldener Reiter on Neustaedter Markt, Hauptstraße 2, 01097 Dresden, Germany

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From £143.85 Per group up to 20

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Product ID: 200215