The Muenzgasse - Dresden's oldest street of restaurants
Feel the rhythm of life next to the Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche), in the heart of the city. Muenzgasse is not only Dresden's oldest and first street of restaurants and bars, but also the epitome of Saxon hospitality. Guests from around the world meet on either side of the cobblestones from early in the morning until late at night.
Cafés, bistros, bars, restaurants, beer gardens, terraces, cocktail bars and dance bars rub shoulders here. There is something for everyone - no matter what their mood or taste. The two end points and points of attraction, Bruehl Terrace and the Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche), form the historic framework. In culinary terms, the few steps from the Bruehl Terrace take you around the world. Fancy traditional Saxon cooking with local beer? Or maybe tapas, sushi or even kangaroo steak? It's all available, from morning to late at night. And there's even a disco for the night owls among you. And you can even pick up some original Dresden souvenirs to remind you of your trip.