Car: Dresden is well connected with German highway system and very easy to reach from cities in Germany and also Prague, Czech Republic. Bus: BerlinLinienbus and Mein Fern Bus operate daily busses from Berlin to Dresden. The central bus station is called Hauptbahnhof. Some busses stop at Schlesischer Platz in front of the Neustadt station. Dresden rail transport operate regular train service to cities around Germany, but also to Prague, Budapest or Wroclaw. There are two mayor train stations - Dresden Neustadt and Dresden Hauptbahnhof which is the main railway station.
Fastest connection to the city centre from Dresden airport is with local train S-Bahn (line S2), it takes just over 20 minutes. You can also use a bus (line 77 and 97) and tram line 7.
It is very easy to get around the city centre by foot, especially the historical part of Dresden. You can also discover Dresden using tram and bus with regular services or use bike to get around the city. Streets have undergone recent refurbishment but the city could be crowded during peak hours, particularly on Saturdays.
Your rent includes all utility bills, including internet, but not food. Your room will have access to a kitchen equipped with a cooker and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, kitchen table, chairs and storage for personal food items.
You will need to bring your own bed linen
There’s CCTV in all properties and security either on-site or on call 24/7. You will have your own personal access card to ensure only Uninest residents can enter the building.
All our properties have a maintenance operative. If something goes wrong you can log it online or with a member of the team, and there’s a number to call in case of emergencies such as a flood.
Your residence will have a residence manager and residence assistants to support you while you’re at Uninest. They’ll be able to help you with any practical problems or complaints. If you have any health or welfare issues, they will help you get in touch with the relevant student support service at your university, where they have people trained to help you.