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Zschoner Ring 6, Kesselsdorf, DE, 01723

  • Phone: (49) 35204 4590
  • Fax: (49) 35204 459113
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Outdoor Activities

»Festwiese Ostragehege

'Festwiese Ostragehege' is the perfect venue for music festivals. Besides concerts, opera and theatre, there also takes place sports events for all you sports lovers. They keep hosting the very famous annual event called Pyro Games, full of fire, light and music. BE sure to book your tickets for this place now!

Dresden, 01067

»Ostragehege Dresden

The multi-functional sports facility, Ostragehege Sportpark is located in Friedrichstadt. The expansive establishment features the Heinz-Steyer Stadium, which is 30,000-seater arena, which was the site of tragic bombings of 1945, during World War II. Apart from this, the Ostragehege is also home to an ice hockey field which is the home of the hockey team Dresdner Eislöwen (Dresden Ice-Lions). Boasting of a football field, swimming pool and a racing track among many other things, the sports complex plays host to various sporting and cultural events throughout the year.

Pieschener Allee 21
Dresden, 01067

»Ice Rink (Eissporthalle)

Eissporthalle (Ice Sports Hall), located just outside Dresden's city center, is home to major ice hockey events. The state-of-the-art rink is able to hold hundreds of guests and screaming hockey fans.

Pieschener Allee 1
Dresden, 01067

»Junge Garden

Junge Garden is the perfect venue for any event, may it be a concert or a football match, its all here. Located in a beautiful setting this place just sets the mood in. Come along with family for some great concerts and theatre performances, or just drop in with friends for a exciting match. Whatever the reason your sure to love the place.

Wilsdruffer Straße
Dresden, 04342


Georg-Arnhold-Bad is an in and outdoor swimming pool located near the center of Dresden. Families with children are welcome. This swimming pool has numerous exciting slides, which only add to the fun of being in the water for a longer period of time. The pool for children is less deep and quiet safe, if accompanied by parents.

Hauptallee 2
Dresden, 01069

»Elbe Cycle Route

The Elbe Cycle Route that runs throughout Europe, stretches to almost 50 kilometers in Dresden. Overlooking the River Elbe on both sides, this part of Elbe Cycle Route, is locally called Elberadweg. With recently installed signposts all over, it is easy to cycle your way through this route. The unbroken eco-friendly route is often sought for photoshoots, owing to the wondrous panorama it offers. Starting Prague, the route finds a way to Downtown Dresden and then progresses to other cities like Meißen and Wittenberg.

Dresden, 01069

»Naturbad Mockritz

Naturbad Mockritz is a semi-natural outdoor pool that is fed by the fresh waters of the Bornes springs. The water feature is a good place for a relaxed day out with friends or family. Ideal for all ages, the pool also has a paddling and wading pool, along with slides for kids, and a jetty. Those not too keen on getting into the pool, can just lie on their sun terrace, or set up a picnic in their playground area. One thing is sure, you will never run out of things to do at this fun spot. Check website for timings and rates.

Münzteichweg 22b
Dresden, 01217

»Riverside of the Elbe (Elbwiesen)

The River Elbe meanders its way through the heart of Dresden, but unlike most other cities, the riverbank has hardly been built upon. Instead, the river is surrounded by beautiful parks and lush lawns; the perfect place to relax, take a walk or come for a picnic. A cycle path follows the course of the river, so energetic visitors would be well advised to hire a bike and take a look at the city from a different perspective. The lawns host a variety of events including film nights, open-air concerts and the legendary Elbhangfest festival. A huge flea market takes place near Albertbrücke bridge every Saturday (8a-2p).

Dresden, 01069

»Dresden Zoo (Zoo Dresden)

With their big dark eyes, soft red fur and cute little hands, the orangutans are the star attraction at Zoo Dresden. But this place has much more to offer animal lovers. Numerous different species can be seen including snakes, penguins, lions and elephants. The zoo is extremely well kept and the detailed explanations about particular species make a trip here both pleasurable and educational. A must visit place for families and groups when visiting Dresden. 

Tiergartenstraße 1
Dresden, 01219

»Tharandter Wald

Tharandter Wald is a wonderful forest in Tharandt. It is rich in vegetation and has some interesting wildlife. It is one of the most beautiful places for hiking and is popular amongst walking lovers as well. There are many attractions in the vicinity that can be explored by the tourists. For more information, please see the website.

Flügel Jägerhorn
Stolpen, 01737

»Kinder- und Jugendbauernhof Nickern

Kinder- und Jugendbauernhof is actually a farmhouse located in Nickern that is dedicated to promoting events and cultural activities for children. With surroundings that are more or less untouched by modernization and technology, the site is where young kids and adolescents can connect with nature through various adventures and team activities like rock climbing and treasure hunt, to name a few. There are many farm animals like goats, cows and such which help younger kids to learn more about animal husbandry and farming. Kinder- und Jugendbauernhof Nickern is where children can experience participatory learning, instead of just theoretical learning. The facility is also available on rent for various events like birthday parties and school picnics; check the website for more details.

Am Stausee 3
Dresden, 01239

»Sports Hall Gamigstraße

With a capacity of around 350 Sporthalle Gamigstraße is famous for holding volleyball tournaments. Dresden's most famous volleyball team, VC Dresden too uses this sports facility for tournaments quite frequently.

Gamigstraße 28
Dresden, 01239
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