Stay in a holiday home in Saxony and enjoy the beautiful natural beauty and culturally rich towns that this region has to offer. The region is bordered by Poland, the Czech Republic and the German states of Bavaria, Thuringia, Saxony-Anhalt and Brandenburg. From your holiday home, you can easily make trips to other states. Saxony is rich in history and offers a lot of possibilities in the field of culture. Go back in time on a holiday in Saxony!
Discover the culture of this region during your holiday in Saxony. The capital of Saxony is Dresden, one of the most beautiful and interesting cities in Germany. In the 2nd World War the city was bombed and unfortunately a lot was lost. The beautiful old buildings have been reconstructed as much as possible. Dresden's most famous building is the Zwinger, where a number of museums are located. Another attraction not to be missed is the Gemäldegalerie, a museum with one of the most beautiful art collections in Europe. From your holiday home in Saxony you can also visit the city of Leipzig, the 2nd largest city in Saxony and one of the most important trading cities in Germany. The city centre is beautiful and has a number of impressive sights.Visit Europe's largest train station (the Hauptbahnhof), the Alte Handelsbörse (old trade fair) which is now a concert hall, the Nicolaïkirche or the Thomaskirche. The old trading town of Zwickau is known for the production of the Trabant and the town centre has a number of historic buildings including the Cathedral of the Virgin Mary. For the necessary culture, on holiday in Saxony you are at the right place. After a busy day, relax in your comfortable holiday home in Saxony.
In addition to the big cities, there are also a number of villages worth visiting, which are best discovered on a car ride over the rolling landscape of Saxony. From your holiday home you can easily visit the highlights of this trip. The route passes along Torgau, situated on the Elbe, with a beautiful castle. And the towns of Colditz and Rochlitz, both located in the Muldetal. Another route through the Saxon landscape is the Saxon silver route through the Ore Mountains. Silver was mined here from the 12th century onwards. The miners have also been working in this region. Along the route you will find former workers' houses and abandoned mines. The old traditions are still honoured here. Discover these ancient German traditions from a holiday home in Saxony.
A holiday home in Saxony makes many trips possible. You will find various walking and cycling possibilities here. South of Dresden lies the nature reserve of Saxon Switzerland. This beautiful landscape has unique rock formations and beautiful castles to offer. An area that is best explored on foot, because not everything can be reached by car, so you drive past the most beautiful spots in no time at all. On the narrow winding paths along the rocks on your way up, you can enjoy fantastic views. Some of the attractions in Saxon Switzerland include a beautiful park with flowers and statues, a bastion, a health resort with a beautiful waterfall and a large 16th century fortress. The holiday homes in Saxony are located in beautiful green surroundings, so you can relax completely during your holiday.
At Belvilla, you can choose from 80+ houses for your stay in Saxony.
Dresden’s Baroque Wonders, Winter Wonderland of the Ore Mountains, Leipzig, Konigstein Fortress and Pillnitz Castle are some of the important places to visit in Saxony.
Travellers from the UK can reach Saxony by air. You can even reach Saxony via connecting train and bus.
Some of the recommended dishes in Saxony are Sächsischer Sauerbraten, Sächsische Kartoffelsuppe, Sächsische Flecke, and Leberwurst.
The ideal time to visit Saxony is from June to August.