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Perhaps more than any other European city, Dresden can, identify with elegance and a dynamic economy. The development of Saxony’s art, cultural and economic scenes since 1990 has been one of the true success stories of German unity; the city is blooming like never before, is more successful than ever before, and offers a higher living quality than ever before.
Dresden is one of the few eastern German cities with a rising population. Between 2000 and today, the number living in the region rose by 15 per cent, to around 553,000 – a figure topped only by Berlin. As for the birth rate, Dresden even topped Berlin – some 8,500 babies were born in the Elbflorenz area in 2016.
With over 60 per cent forest and green areas, Dresden is considered one of the greenest cities in Europe. In the north lies the Dresdner Heide, which, at over 6,000 hectares, is the largest continuous forest area of the city; while in the centre is the extensive Große Garten (Great Garden). The blue-green River Elbe winds its way through the urban area, through broad meadows and through gentle vineyards, which are crowned by three castles known as the Elbschlössern.
In addition to the high quality of living that Germany has become known for, Dresden in particular looks forward to consistent growth. With billions euros worth of investments in technology, research and mechanical engineering, the city has become one of the country’s most sought after business locations.
The well developed transport infrastructure, with three Autobahns and an international airport, benefits not only industry, but also residents and visitors to the city. Dresden is a tourist magnet, with over 7 million visitors a year, and over 350,000 overnight stays per month.
Dresden is a prime example of modern fiscal policy – Elbflorenz is the only large German city without municipal debts, which allows it to promote the area’s art and culture scenes. This is most evident in the many concerts, festivals and street festivals that take place each year. Regular movie nights, the Bunte Republik Neustadt and the Ostrale are just three of the many major public events which brings Dresden to the top table. The city is also investing in its Baroque heritage, including the famous Semper opera, the Zwinger palace, the Frauenkirche and Brühl’s Terrace, aka The Balcony of Europe.
Dresden is green, innovative, cultural, social, and much more.