• Discussion Fanatics

    Pros of Living in Dresden

    ✅ Very safe

    ✅ Fast internet

    ✅ Good air quality on average

    ✅ Nomad List members liked going here a lot

    ✅ Spacious and not crowded

    ✅ Very easy to do business

    ✅ High quality of education

    ✅ Great hospitals

    ✅ Roads are very safe

    ✅ Great freedom of speech

    ✅ Democratic

    ✅ Everyone speaks English

    ✅ Very safe for women

    ✅ Family friendly

    ✅ Very friendly to LGBTQ+

    Cons of Living in Dresden

    ❌ Too expensive

    ❌ Not much to do

    ❌ Gets cold in the winter

    ❌ Not many Nomad List members go here

    ❌ Very difficult to make friends

    ❌ Many people smoke tobacco

  • Discussion Fanatics

    Old Bricks like chuches museums and other important buildings: (innere) Altstadt. Bars & Clubs: (innere) Neustadt. Shopping: Prager Straße + Altmark-Galerie. Hookers: Pieschen. The airport is a joke. Also: Pegida sucks.

  • Discussion Fanatics

    Rent is cheap by German standards. Clean and tidy city good public transport. Like the rest of East Germany, it’s full of old people. If you’re under 40, don’t come here. Dresden is a mausoleum.

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