I'd read about Kunsthofpassage before I visited Dresden, so I knew it was a place with beautifully painted houses, but I thought it would just be an alley and nothing more.I was wrong.Kunsthofpassage is a passageway, yes, but it's also an inner court with some boutiques, a coffee shop and even a place to grab a bite.I visited an early winter morning and practically had the place to myself to take photos, but I can imagine that it gets pretty crowded here in summer.
A cute and arty passage way with a few interesting shops and cafes. Was interesting to see the musical house. Its not somewhere that you can spend more than 15 minutes though. Was worth the short trip from our hostel but i wouldnt travel to Dresden exclusively to see it
If you are in Neustadt already then pop by for a photo of the cool buildings and a pop into the arty shops. There is also a cute little Teestube which is like a tea shop but you lounge around on the floor. The scones are definitely not English though!
A town alive, this is Dresen also. The heavy history, the - for me - less interesting - baroque buildings and then this explosion of colour. It's quite a walk, but it's worth the effort
It took us some time to find the place but was worth of all troubles. Nice art shops and original building facades. Very nice atmosphere.
Well I didn't really remembered this place's name, it is a cool place to see and shop for a while, the latest not really my thing, still I had to endure it due to the company. Architecture is what really caught my eye and took me by surprise, specially learning the music that the buildings make when it rains. A must see if you happen to be there.
Of course you should visit this small cute place. Its not huge but you will definitely like it. Its really alternative and consists of hand-made shops. I recommend to visit during day light, when its not so dark.
Worth a visit if you are in the Neustadt part of town-but I expected more "art"- there is some art there if you look hard enough...the building designs are quirky and fun and THEY really are the "art" here....a fun side trip while visiting Dresden. I was sorry not to have eaten at Lila Sosse....it gets good reviews and I didn't realize it was in this passage.....next time!!!
It is extremely worth going to see the Neustadat part of town when visiting Dresden. One of the most interesting small hidden geams of this peculiar part of the town is called Kusthofpassage. This passage connects two of the main active roads in Neustadt (Alaunstr. and Goerlitzer Str.) and can be found 2 minutes walk from Alaunpark in Goerlitzer Str. or 2 minutes up from the corner of Alaunstr. and Louisenstr. The passage includes some small and cozy restaurants like Lila Soße and a nice Cafe like Tiki. It has a romantic architecture and is a must-see, especially when it is raining!
It is nice to go there and check it out. Especially, when you are not mislead by the word "Kunst" (Art) in the title. Since, what you get is a mix of 80ies and 90ies style shops with crafted goods.In a soon-to-be-upgraded area of Dresden that reminds me of the "Schanzenviertel" in Hamburg (only less chic and less expensive).
You would never expect anything like this, when you walk down the street in the "Neustadt".It is well-hidden and so worth your time. You will take some amazing pics there. Food and drinks are also of good quality in the bars around there.
Lovely cafes, shops, and very cool art on the buildings. I loved it. A great difference to the older part of the city.
Not a bad stop on my tour around Dresden but it is overrated. A couple of the buildings are nice and there are 1 or 2 nice cafes within the passage, but apart from that nothing to write home about. The atmosphere was pleasant but the shops were all empty when I visited so I didn't venture in either. Worth a photo or two though for sure and I imagine it's a nice place to hang out in the summer.
It is a great place with the art atmosphere, cafes and shops. Just be patient while trying to found it.
Not only the buildings are an attraction themselves, but also the passage is a nice place to hang out. Besides the beautiful buildings decor, there are nice stores in the passage and cafés. Funnel wall is just amazing! I wish I could be there during a storm.