Dresden Elbe Region





  
 
Tourist Information Radebeul

On the traces of local wine and its growers ...

What many hikers expect of their vacation is to take time out of their busy lives to balance body and mind. The regions exploredunveil fascinating landscapes and have rich traditions. Quite often, such a vacation becomes a feast for all the senses: in addition to the natural beauty, delicious local cuisine can be enjoyed. The town of Radebeul along the Saxon Wine Route promises a vacation just like this one. Here, not far from Dresden, visitors will soon realize that the tradition of winegrowing is in evidence everywhere in the upper Elbe Valley. The best way to experience it is during a guided tour through the Lössnitz hillsides, where the grapes are grown for the noble wine you can sample at the local wine makers. Schloss Wackerbarth (Wackerbarth Castle) is particularly outstanding because it offers daily tours through the baroque gardens and wine factory. The Hoflössnitz Vineyard Museum is also well worth a visit. Moreover, you should not miss the opportunity of a visit to the Karl May Museum or a journey on the historic narrow-gauge railway. In the evening, a visit to one of Altkötzschenbroda's quaint taverns rounds off the eventful day. Whether you are seeking culture, nature or culinary delights, Radebeul is the ideal place for your stay. See also: www.radebeul.de.
 


 

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Tourist-Information Radebeul
Hauptstraße 12
01445 Radebeul

Tel.: 0351 8311830
Fax: 0351 8311833


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opening times:

    Montag bis Freitag
    April bis Oktober
    10 bis 18 Uhr
    November bis März
    10 bis 16 Uhr

    Samstag
    April-Oktober
    9 bis 13 Uhr

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