Saxon Switzerland

Again and again I must realize how fast the time is running! It’s already 4 weeks ago that we traveled through the beautiful Saxon Switzerland. On our tour we came across so many amazing places and could capture some great moments like this foggy sunrise over the ‚Bastei‘.The national park in Saxony is a real hiking-wonderland but the area around the famous ‚Elbsandsteingebirge‘ has a lot more to offer. If you visiting the Saxon Switzerland you definitely should spend a day in Saxony’s capital: Dresden. It’s absolutely worth it! Nevertheless, the beauty of Dresden I’ll show you in a separate post ;).

Allow the following pictures to take you into a world of natural wonders, Cinderella Castles and historical monuments!

Miracles of Nature: National Park

Enjoying the view



Fairytale Castle: Water Castle Moritzburg

Cinderella’s Castel alias ‚Schloss Moritzburg‘. Location of ‚Drei Haselnüsse für Aschenbrödel‘ (Three Wishes for Cinderella).

Schloss Moritzburg


Monument: Rakotzbrücke (‚The Devil’s Bridge‘)

The Rhododendron Park in Kromlau is a landscaped park in the municipality of Gablenz, Saxony. It was built in the 19th century. The bridge was specially built to create a circle when it is reflected in the waters beneath it, but it was not made to walk on it! This ‚bridge‘ is severely impaired and entering is strictly forbidden! It makes me so sad to see so many people taking pictures of walking on this protected bridge and get thousands of likes on Instagram! So all I wanted to say is: There are so many places on earth that make our world as beautiful as it is, so please help protecting it!


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    28. Oktober 2016 at 23:11

    Wow, das sind ja wirklich atemberaubende Bilder! 🙂 Schaut aus als hättet ihr eine tolle Reise gehabt. Wunderschön!
    Ganz liebe Grüße!
    XX, Cathrin

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      29. Oktober 2016 at 22:38

      Vielen Dank! Ja, es war wirklich super schön! 🙂

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    1. November 2016 at 21:23

    Lovely Pictures, I hope you have a great Day! 🙂

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