Visit the Terezin - former military fortress and later a prison where Gavrilo Princip was sent and died after his assassination of Franz Ferdinand. During World War II it was used by Nazis as a Gestapo base and concentration camp. Commemorate all the victims of cruel Nazi persecution during the occupation of Czech.
Lovers of nature will surely appreciate this stop and the ability to explore this lovely national park located in very south of Saxony and right after the border with Czech Republic. It is formation of sandstone mountains around the river of Elbe, featuring beautiful places like Bastei Bridge, Konigstein Fortress or Bad Schandau.
Make a stop at Dresden, city with a long history as the capital and royal residence for the Electors and Kings of Saxony that was restored after complete destruction during the bombing on February 13th, 1945. See its reborne old town, including the Royal Residence, Zwinger Palace, Semper Opera or Church of our Lady.
Learn the history of Moritzburg Castle - originally build as a hunting lodge in middle of the 16th century, being a Baroque pearl of Saxony region located nearby the Dresden. Most famous aristocratic owner "Augustus II - the Strong" had the castle remodelled as a country seat, added a park and several ponds.
Discover the charm and romantic face of Meissen, town in the Saxony, located about 25km northwest of Dresden and nicely set on banks of the Elbe river. It is very famous for the manufacture of porcelain, based on extensive local deposits of kaolin and being the first high quality porcelain produced outside the Orient.
Enjoy the Rococo Summer Palace of Frederick the Great, which was built in the middle of 18th century not only for his need to have a private residence where he could relax away from the pomp and ceremony of the Berlin court (sans souci = without worries) but also for his passion to cultivate warm climate fruits.