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Saxony for beginners (4 days)

Embark on an exploration tour through Saxony starting in ­Dresden. A 4-day “taster journey” combines rich culture and romantic spots near the state capital and up to Leipzig.

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Saxon castles and palaces
(3 days)

Feel like a princess or knight for once and explore our castles and palaces. On this tour that dream becomes reality. 

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Saxony, Land of music (3 days)

Saxony is closely linked with the life and work of some of the most famous composers in the world: Johann Sebastian Bach, Richard Wagner, Richard Strauss and Robert Schumann are prominent examples. Two of the world’s most famous boys choirs have been at home in Saxony for more than 800 years.

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On the trail of the Reformation in Saxony (3 days)

By the end of the 16th century, Saxony was already known by the name of “Mother of Reformation”. Explore the rich heritage from these times!

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Christmas Traditions in Saxony
(2 days)

During Advent time, Saxony is an especially charming destination. Century-old traditions and customs are practised here in a unique density – all-year long in manufactories, show workshops and museums, and during Advent with romantic, world-famous Christmas markets.

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Industrial Heritage in Saxony
(4 days)

Along the “Route of Industrial Heritage in Saxony” you’ll learn about how Saxony used to play an important role as economically strongest region in Germany – in museums or production sites that are still active today. Industries like mining, textiles, vehicles & transport, food and drink, printing & paper are examples of the former variety. Of course, many other branches can be found, as well as extraordinary examples of architecture.

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Cultural Heritage in the tri-state-area - Via Sacra (3 days)

This journey leads you into the unique cultural landscape of the tri-state area of Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic – into the region of Upper Lusatia, the German part of the Via Sacra. The Via Sacra connects ecclesiastical buildings and artworks of major importance.

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Saxon Holiday Routes

The Saxon Wine Route and the Saxon Silver Route invite to experience centuries-old traditions and their lively traces - silver-mining and the cultivation of wine. 

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