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I'm sure that it is much more impressive during the Christmas Market season, but we loved the open space and enjoyed walking from end to end. There was plenty of live music happening and all of the food vendors made the air smell of yummy...More
The square surrounding the Frauenkirche was almost completely destroyed during the allied bombing of the city in World War II. It is still under reconstruction with only the church having being fully restored.
During the winter months, it is home to a bustling Christmas market.
We stayed at a hotel immediately on the Neumarkt for 3 nights. It is a great, happening place. The beautiful Frauenkirche was only reconstructed in the last 10 years or so. Martin Luther's statue stands in front of it. The square is flanked by hotels,...More
The Neumarkt (new market) Square is located in the center of the Altstadt(old city) of Dresden. With a large statue of Martin Luther, the massive Frauenkirche, the Johanneum(the 16th century royal stables now the Transportation Museum), the Tourist Information center and numerous cafes and shops,...More
Just about slap bang in the middle of Dresden surrounded by many tourist sites with the main tourist information office in the mall along one side. Easy to walk through to Altmark and then the main shopping street - Prager.
In another review I wrote that Theaterplatz is a fine urban space. Nearby, Neumarkt is as well, and is alive with activity by locals as well as tourists. It's a large square dominated by the Frauenkirche (church of our lady) - the main Protestant church...More
Neumarkt has features common to other old town squares - the neighborhood church, a fountain, bronze statues of important people, spacious cobble stone area for rows of umbrellaed patio cafes and perhaps even market stalls, and multistorey pastel colored buildings that are either hotels or...More