Hostels In Dresden

6 Hostels in Dresden, Germany
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MEININGER Dresden Zentrum
8.9Fabulous
(202)
Hostel- 1.68km from city centre
The MEININGER Hotel Dresden Zentrum is perfect to start exploring a city that combines the vibrant with the tranquil, the classical with the modern.
Privates From
€13.83
Dorms From
€17.50
Lollis Homestay
9.5Superb
(2991)
Hostel- 2.13km from city centre
We colour your stay!! Free (old, but roadworthy) bicycles Free WIFI Free city map Free tea & coffee We offer our guests daily changing social events. On the blackboard at the reception, you will always find the exciting daily event. That might be a breakfast...
Privates From
€18.00
Dorms From
€19.44
Hostel Mondpalast
9.4Superb
(1580)
Hostel- 1.81km from city centre
Your safe, clean and easy hostel right in the heart of Dresden's trendiest district.
Privates From
€24.28
Dorms From
€18.05
a&o Dresden Hauptbahnhof
7.6Very Good
(1625)
Hostel- 1.67km from city centre
The a&o Dresden Hauptbahnhof is located near central train station and central bus stop. The historic city centre, Semperoper, Frauenkirche and Zwinger are all within two kilometres of the hostel
Privates From
€15.44
Dorms From
€15.44
Kangaroo-Stop
9.2Superb
(3910)
Hostel- 1.74km from city centre
More than an inexpensive overnight stay amidst the heart of Dresden! Just a 3 min walk from train station Dresden-Neustadt
Privates From
€21.84
Dorms From
€12.65
Casa Pirna Hostel
10Superb
(18)
Bed and Breakfast- 16.15km from city centre
Casa Pirna Hostel is a wonderful hostel in Pirna.
No Privates Available
Dorms From
€23.00
Guesthouse Mezcalero
0.0
(81)
Bed and Breakfast- 2.28km from city centre
Our Guesthouse Mezcalero is centrally located in Dresden-Neustadt. We are only a few minutes away from th
Privates From
€18.00
No Dorms Available

About Dresden

Dresden, in eastern Germany, is a picturesque city on the River Elbe with lots of beautiful architecture. Its skyline is filled with the ornate spires and grand domes of Renaissance palaces and Baroque churches that have been expertly reconstructed. The city's collections of art, jewels and artefacts sit in its many museums and galleries. This historic place has a young vibe too, in neighbourhoods where streets are lined with artisan coffee shops, vegan eateries and offbeat pubs and bars.

At the hostels in Dresden, you can expect budget-friendly extras like free Wi-Fi and parking, with some places even offering free dinner, tours and bikes. Get to know other travellers on a rooftop terrace with views of Dresden's Altstadt at one city-centre hostel or around a campfire in the gardens of a 100-year-old house. You can also stay in a colourful Dresden hostel with a quirky Mexican spirit and an on-site bar serving tequila and caipirinhas.

Each of Dresden's neighbourhoods brings something different to the city. Wander around the 18th-century cobbled streets of Altstadt (the old town) to see grand architectural sights. Along the riverside promenade of the Striesen and Blasewitz quarters, find a laid-back beer garden to spend an afternoon in. Äußere Neustadt is one of the city's coolest districts, with a buzzing energy. Here, artists and students order from food trucks or shop in independent boutiques during the day and choose between over 100 bars and clubs on nights out. 

For things to do, head to the old town to see the grand dome of the Baroque Frauenkirche church and the three museums, including the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister (Old Masters Picture Gallery) within the ornate Zwinger palace, inspired by Versailles. There's also the Grünes Gewölbe, or royal treasury, to visit at the Renaissance palace Residenzschloss, where grand chambers display collections of ancient coins, gold and diamonds. Unwind in the open parklands along the River Elbe for an al-fresco lunch or to catch a film at its pop-up outdoor cinema.

Dresden International Airport is less than 10km from the centre, which can be reached via the S2 train in about 20 minutes. The S2 will take you into Dresden Central Station along with fast trains from Berlin-Hauptbahnhof and Leipzig. With its many flat roads, bikes and scooters are popular choices for nipping around the city, or you can jump on the buses and trams.

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