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Dresden Welcome Cards

Discover Dresden with all his facets and make a profit from countless discounts:

  • Free use of busses and trams in Dresden
  • Free use of busses and trams in the surroundings
  • Free admission to the must-see museums and exhibitions
  • Deals and discounts at numerous restaurants, museums, shops, tours and events
Sample card and brochure of the Dresden Welcome Cards in front of the famous city skyline of Dresden.

Select the ticket type here:

More information

The Dresden Welcome Cards are available in as many varieties as never before. Here you can select your ideal companion to explore Dresden and save at the same time!

The following flyer gives you an overview of all card types and prices.

Local sales points

The Dresden Welcome Card can also be purchased from Dresden Information, the City of Dresden’s official main tourist centre:

Dresden Information at the QF, near by the Frauenkirche

QF Passage, Neumarkt 2, 01067 Dresden

Mon to Fri 10 am to 7 pm
Sat 10 am to 6 pm
Sun 10 am to 3 pm

Dresden Information at the main station

Wiener Platz 4, 01069 Dresden

Mon to Sun 9 am to 9 pm

Contact & Service

Dresden Information GmbH

Service Center


Phone +49 351 501 501
Fax +49 351 501 509
email info@dresden.travel


Opening hours

Mon to Sat 9 am to 6 pm

* Free admission to the must-see museums and exhibitions: Old Masters Picture Gallery with Sculpture Collection until 1800; Royal Cabinet of Mathematical and Physical Instruments; Collection of Prints, Drawings and Photographs,Porcelain Collection; The Royal State Apartments of August the Strong and the Porcelain Cabinet, Coin Cabinet; New Green Vault; Renaissance Wing; Giant´s Hall of the Armoury; Turkish Chamber; Albertinum with Art from the Romantic Period to the Present Day; Lipsiusbau Exhibition Hall; Museum of Saxon Folk Art and Puppet Theatre Collection; Special Exhibitions in the Japanese Palace; Joseph Hegenbarth Archive; Hausmannsturm

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