They say that German beer tastes even better in Germany’s liveliest city. World famous for its great nightlife, visitors love its audaciousness, entrepreneurial spirit and creative character.

The longest and most avant-garde nights

Audacious and avant-garde, the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia is one of the most dynamic cities in Germany. Frank Gehry’s stunning architecture somehow blends harmoniously with the city’s more solemn older buildings. Popular activities in Düsseldorf include touring the old city and visiting the iconic market square and the City Hall, enjoying a calm stroll along the banks of the River Rhine, or spending some time on the famous Königsallee, the most exclusive shopping street. And when you want a break, the old quarter of the city is home to more than 250 bars!

The official currency is the euro. Both at the airport and in the main train stations, foreign exchange offices are open every day.
The official language is German, although Limburgish is also used. Limburgish is a variant of German spoken in the border area between Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany.
Internet access throughout the city is very good. Most places such as restaurants and cafes usually have free Wi-Fi.
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Due to its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean, it is one of the least cold regions in Germany. In summer the average temperature is about 19⁰C.

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