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Radebeul is a town in the Elbe valley in the district of Meißen in Saxony, Germany, a suburb of Dresden. It is well known for its excellent wine, its amazing landscape, and its friendly people. The town is home to 33,897 residents and it is the most populous town of the Meißen district.
The writer Karl May, famous for his novels of fictitious travels and adventures, lived in Radebeul.
Sitting at the gate to Dresden between vineyards and Elbe River, Radebeul uniquely combines wine, culture, and nature. It is also the centrepiece town of the Saxon wine road. It may be the smallest vineyard in Germany but its rich in taste and joy. Visit one of the many taverns, wineries, and vineyards to unwind.
There are many things to explore: museums, sights, cycling and hiking routes, local delicacies, sparkling wine and …. For a day trip visit Dresden or Meißen only a few kilometres from Radebeul.
Discover Karl May and the place of his inspiration! Visit Karl-May-Museum at Villa Shatterhand! Every year for three days picturesque Lößnitzgrund turns into the wild west with camps, settlements, and bazars during the Karl-May-Festtage.
Stroll through lovingly restored half-timbered buildings, artist’s workshops, galleries, and small shops or have some of the local delicacies at one of the many restaurants, cosy cafes, and traditional bars. Explore the impressive scenery on a hiking tour or take the bike for an excursion. Theatre, music, or art events take place all year round.
Altkötzschenbroda: a street in Radebeul and one of the most popular districts only a stone’s throw from Elbe Cycle Route and ideal starting point for trips to Dresden, Meißen, Moritzburg or Saxon Switzerland.
Originally Wackerbarths Ruh’ is a Baroque castle surrounded by vineyards located in the Niederlößnitz district of Radebeul. The castle sits in the Radebeul historic landscape of vineyards. Wackerbarth castle offers tours, tastings, events with music and food, hikes, and lots more.
Lügenmuseum (Museum of Lies)
At the former Gasthof Serkowitz, the oldest inn in Lößnitz, visitors will discover many miracles and impossibilities.
The tower is one of 145 towers in Germany in honour of Otto von Bismarck. The Radebeul tower was designed by Wilhelm Kreis and built by Alfred Große of Kötzschenbroda.
Spitzhaustreppe connects Hoflößnitz vineyard with Spitzhaus and Bismarck tower.
Also called Red Church because of its red bricks.
Radebeul lies at 113 above sea level. It enjoys a mild and temperate climate with little precipitation. Annual average temperature is 9.6 °C.
The month of July is the sunniest month of the year. If you want to know more about the weather in Radebeul, check out our live web cams.