Couchsurfing in Dresden
Dresden is a city rich in culture and architecture, much of it having been rebuilt following the Allied bombing campaign of World Wild II that levelled the city. Because of this, much of the historic architecture now stands alongside, and even incorporates at times, more modern structures in post-modernist and deconstructivist styles. The richest experiences will be found by staying in the central city, especially couchsurfing with a local resident or through the Wimdu network. Having a couchsurfer friend will help you navigate the extensive public transportation systems of Dresden, know when events are scheduled and where, and choose the best times to visit local attractions. Besides the cultural events and magnificent architecture, most often represented by the Hofkirche and near-by Zwinger Palace, Dresden also contains many natural settings with forested, old graveyards and a greenbelt to make walking through the city safe and pleasant from your apartment, bed and breakfast or hostel.
Couchsurfing with Wimdu is cheap and a great way to see Dresden!
One of the most important things for a couchsurfer to have on vacation is a great guide. No matter whether you choose from apartments from private owners, the B&B inns of the city or couchsurfing, the Wimdu network can help you get the most by connecting you with local residents. Some of us require more private lodgings or other special accommodations, and with Wimdu you'll be able to rent a place that matches your needs. Wimdu combines competitive prices with all the benefits of being a couchsurfer.