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Charming flat with balcony in trendy Neustadt

SuperhostDresden, Sachsen, Germany
Entire apartment hosted by Stefan
4 guests2 bedrooms3 beds1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the apartment to yourself.
Self check-in
Check yourself in with the lockbox.
Sparkling clean
17 recent guests said this place was sparkling clean.
Stefan is a Superhost
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I sublet my appartment (70m2). The flat has 3 rooms, kitchen and bathroom. And you are right in the vibrant heart of Dresden: the so called Neustadt. Hipsterville. This is by far the most loveable place in the city. Loads of bars, restaurants, small shops, galleries, clubs, beergardens, ... Everywhere else is boring :-) Several trams around the corner. (line 7+8 at 3 min) And then there is a balcony as well. Southside of course. The historic city centre is 15 min by foot or 5 min by tram.

The space
My flat is in a beautiful old building, built around 1900: high ceilings, parquet, ... The house was renovated in 1998. The apartment itself was renovated last year and is quite "fresh" :-) My favourite place is the balcony. South side. You have a great view on Louisenstraße.

The house has an elevator so you do not have to bother with heavy luggage. In the apartment there is of course WLAN. In the room there is a desk where you can work as well. The washing machine can be used as well. I don´t have a TV but there is a projector. A bike is available as well.

You will have your own keys. Towels will be provided. Feel free to use the kitchen as well. I have a great range of maps and guides about Dresden and the mountain area of “Saxon Switzerland”. As a local I can tell you about the best places to visit in and around Dresden.

Guest access
I sublet my entire flat and guests have access to all rooms.

Other things to note
Smoking allowed on the balcony.
I sublet my appartment (70m2). The flat has 3 rooms, kitchen and bathroom. And you are right in the vibrant heart of Dresden: the so called Neustadt. Hipsterville. This is by far the most loveable place in the…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed, 1 sofa bed

Amenities

Wifi
Kitchen
Iron
Laptop-friendly workspace
Hair dryer
Washer
Essentials
Hangers
Heating
Fire extinguisher

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Dresden, Sachsen, Germany

The Neustadt is thought to have one of the liveliest bar scenes in all of Germany, with an extremely high concentration of bars, clubs, and cafes.

Hipsterville Neustadt

As the name suggests, Neustadt (Newtown) is the newer part of the city. However, in this instance “new” is actually relatively old, because many of the baroque buildings in this part of the city survived the bombardment. As a result, Neustadt combines an historical flavour with communist Plattenbau architecture. This part of Dresden was neglected for many years, but it is gradually being revamped.

Neustadt is home to many students and therefore has the raw, creative and eclectic feel of Berlin, albeit on a smaller scale. The elegant Königstrasse takes you back to the heyday of Saxon royalty, but just around the corner you’ll find heavy, concrete blocks, decorated with graffiti. Neustadt is the place to be for those in search of art, culture and food. All these elements are combined in the monumental Neustädter Markthalle, which offers souvenirs, local delicacies and other culinary delights, as well as an art and antiques market on weekends.

Organic coffee and veggie burgers

Get off to a healthy start at Café Neustadt, which offers an avalanche of fruit, yoghurt and muesli. Hips coffee bars and restaurants are popping up all over town like organic mushrooms. Gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan – you’ll find whatever takes your fancy in Neustadt. The guys at Phoenix Coffee Roasters will lovingly brew you a perfect espresso or cappuccino using only the finest roasted beans.

For a tasty hamburger, head over to Devil’s Kitchen, where the superb food fully compensates for the somewhat shabby retro interior. And then there’s the imbiss Kochbox, which stays open till deep in the night on weekends, making it perfect for a late-night snack, washed down with a Fritz Kola.

Singing drainpipes

The Kunsthofpassage is well hidden, making it even more of a surprise when you pass through the gateway and discover the series of courtyards that were redesigned, refitted and wholly redecorated by a group of artists. With its playful design, bright colours and natural elements, this Gesamtkunstwerk is reminiscent of Hundertwasser in Wenen and Gaudí’s work in Barcelona.

The Courtyard of the Elements is particularly popular, because it has the building with the “singing drainpipes”. You’ll have to brave the rain to get the full experience, but even then you’re not always guaranteed to hear anything out of the ordinary. However, the creation itself is music to the eye. While you’re enjoying the view, you can order a nice cup of coffee at one of the courtyard terraces. In addition to several bars, you’ll also find artist’s studios and craft shops selling handbags, jewellery and other wantables.

Summer music

Dresden has plenty of festivals in summer, and Neustadt swings along, especially in June during the Bunte Repubik Neustadt. This was the name of the “free state” founded here in 1990, soon after reunification, in protest against the authorities, extortionate rent, capitalism and other grievances. The Republic of Neustadt had a king without powers, its own flag and its own currency, the Neustadt Mark. The republic survived for three years before it was disbanded, but it is revived once a year during a three-days festival with live music, DJs, theatre, outdoor bars and kitchens, and children’s activities. Open-air concerts are often held in the old centre of Dresden during the summer, and with a bit of luck, you can hear them from across Elbe. Lay down your picnic blanket on the Neustadt bank of the river, open a bottle of wine and enjoy!
The Neustadt is thought to have one of the liveliest bar scenes in all of Germany, with an extremely high concentration of bars, clubs, and cafes.

Hipsterville Neustadt

As the name suggest…

Hosted by Stefan

Joined in April 2013
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Me and myself and I ;-) Into travelling and meeting new people. I am originally from here but I lived abroad for a couple of years. I can give your some local insider information for Dresden and its surroundings. Der Blick über den Tellerand ist immer wichtig. Mi piace scoprire. Ik hou van talen. J´aime bien d´avoir des conversations.
Me and myself and I ;-) Into travelling and meeting new people. I am originally from here but I lived abroad for a couple of years. I can give your some local insider information f…
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House rules
Checkout: 12:00 PM
Self check-in with lockbox
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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