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As a fellow traveller, we know the basic thoughts that arrive in our mind as soon as we start planning a trip, is the place safe? Is it affordable? What is it like to travel at night? Backpacking sure does sound fun but let’s face it, it requires the most planning and safety measures. However, while planning a trip to Germany, you can eradicate the safety concern as it is seen to be the most hospitable places of all. Berlin and Dresden are two of the most famous places in the world.
Berlin to Dresden by private cab is the most convenient option if you do not wish to travel amidst the crowd and stand in a long queue for tickets. Berlin to Dresden intercity car hire will bless you with the most picturesque views of all time. Berlin to Dresden car rental with Rydeu will give you the liberty to stop at any desired point and take pictures that will sway your followers.
Distance from Berlin to Dresden- 193.3 km
Time taken- 2 hr, 22min
The largest city of Germany, Berlin is the chief urban centre of the country. Germany's greenest city is surrounded by the state of Brandenburg, and is the most populous city of the European union. The city stretches across the banks of the river Spree, which flows into the river Havel. Courtesy to the rivers Spree, Dahme and Havel, Berlin comprises many lakes and southeastern boroughs throughout its stretch. With its 1/3rd area comprising forests, gardens, parks, rivers, lakes and canals, the city comes in a complete package for nature lovers! The city of Berlin made its way into the historical records for the very first time in the late 12th century. The city has great historical significance, and still sings the songs of its glorious historical past. From 1417 - 1701, Berlin became the capital of Margraviate of Brandenburg.
Known to be the capital of Saxony, squatting in the eastern part of Germany, Dresden is seen to be one of the most visited places in the country after its flashier siblings of Berlin and Hamburg. The rustic town is decorated with a lot of contemporary architecture and baroque art museums touching the skies with their zenith. The town has survived destruction and stood proudly still, one example of which is the church of Frauenkirche which was touched and decorated in 1743 was rebuilt after getting destroyed at the WWII, the church is known for its supreme dome. The city is worth a visit, especially if you are a vivid art lover. Getting doomed during the war with the sound of destruction, the city is more beautiful now than it was before. Dresden is also considered to be one of the safest places to travel in the entire world.