Saxony GuideSaxony is federal state in the east of Germany. Outside of Berlin it contains the two largest and important cities in eastern Germany, Leipzig and Dresden. HotelsFind hotels in Leipzig, Grosshennersdorf, Dresden, Chemnitz and more.
Popular in SaxonyLeipzigLeipzig is the largest city in the German federal state of Saxony, with a population of approximately 532,000. HerrnhutHerrnhut is a small town in the Upper Lusatia region of Saxony, in Germany. In the 18th century, Herrnhut gave birth to the Moravian spiritual renewal and prayer/missions movement under Count Nicolaus Ludwig Von Zinzendorf. DresdenDresden is the capital of the German federal-state of Saxony. On the River Elbe, it is an administrative, cultural and industrial centre, known throughout the world for porcelain and the historic landmarks in its Old Town.
In SaxonySaxon ElblandSaxon Elbland is a region in the central part of Saxony. The region stretches along the Elbe river that forms diverse landscapes, ranging from rocks in Saxon Switzerland to meadows on highlands of Großenhainer and Lommatzscher Pflege. Upper LusatiaUpper Lusatia is in Saxony. Half of the Muskau Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site is in Bad Muskau spa town. Leipzig Lowlands-Central HillsLeipzig Lowlands is a plain in Saxony, Germany. Saxon Ore MountainsThe Saxon Ore Mountains is a mountain range in the south of Saxony in Germany. It is known for its craftwork. Saxon SwitzerlandSaxon Switzerland is an area in Saxony, Germany, so named after its picturesque upland scenery. VogtlandVogtland is in Saxony. GrimmaGrimma is a large county town in the state of Saxony in Germany. Grimma is situated in the state of Saxony about 25 km southeast of the city of Leipzig and some 16 km south of Wurzen in the Muldental valley.