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Be surprised and impressed by this cosmopolitan city with its own particular personality. As the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, it is one of the most attractive cities in Germany. Discover its modern lifestyle, numerous cultural attractions and very special charm, full of elegance and sophistication.
A combination of tradition and avant-garde on the banks of the Rhine
An avant-garde city full of unique areas and districts just waiting to be explored and enjoyed. Tour the city on one of our rental bikes (*), take a boat trip and fall in love with the beautiful views of the old town, or wander around its busy and bustling streets. A town full of bars and plenty of opportunities to try the typical beer, Altbier, or even visit its famous carnival. (*) Extra charge.
Home to the Burgplatz on the banks of the river Rhine, home to the tower of the former palace of the Count of Berg, and the “Schifffahrts” Maritime Museum. Nearby, Düsseldorf City Hall (Rathaus) consists of three buildings belonging to different ages, the Church of St. Lambertus, St. Apollinaris and finally Carlsplatz, with a market every day of the week.
With beautiful ancient houses on both sides, it’s one of the most impressive shopping streets in the city. Packed with luxurious boutiques and designer stores operated by the finest haute-couture brands in the world. Even in the rain, shopping is still a pleasure. The diversity, quality and great atmosphere of the SchadowArkaden, Sevens Center, KöGalerie, Kö-Bogen and Stilwerk is also very impressive.
Stroll along the banks of one of the most important rivers in Europe and admire views of the Rhine Tower, Lambertuskirche, and Burgplatz.
One of the most striking symbols of the city. Built in the early 1980s, this telecoms tower provides fantastic views of Düsseldorf from its restaurant and observation deck.
The wonderful park in the city centre, very near the Altstadt and Königsallee. We recommend you visit the Goethe Museum in the Jägerhof Palace.
Visit the best museums in Düsseldorf such as the Goethe Museum - Anton and Katharina Kippenberg Foundation, the Heinrich Heine Institute, K20/K21, the Kunstpalast Museum (Art Palace) or the Kunst im Tunnel Museum (Art Museum in the Tunnel ).
Benrath Palace is the most important palace in Düsseldorf. Designed in late-Baroque style, it dates from the 18th century. It is also home to the Natural History Museum, the European Gardens and the Corp de Logis (judicial issues and customs).
If you visit with kids, they will love the Aquazoo and its fantastic panoramic aquariums, seals and penguins, the Moviepark (in Bottrop) or the Zoom Erlebniswelt (zoo in Gelsenkirchen ). And if you want to have a really good time, take a trip to the famous Legoland theme park in Oberhausen.
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