Dusseldorf

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Travel Guide – Dusseldorf, Germany 

Düsseldorf impresses with boundary-pushing architecture, zinging nightlife and an art scene to rival many higher-profile cities.

It’s a posh and modern city that seems all buttoned-up business at first glance: banking, advertising, fashion and telecommunications are among the fields that have made North Rhine–Westphalia’s capital one of Germany’s wealthiest cities.

Yet all it takes is a few hours of bar-hopping around the Altstadt, the historical quarter along the Rhine, to realise that locals have no problem letting their hair down once they shed those Armani jackets.

The Altstadt may claim to be the ‘longest bar in the world’ but some attention has strayed to Medienhafen, a redeveloped harbour area and a festival of international avant-garde architecture.

Older neighbourhoods are also evolving. Case in point: Flingern, which has gone from drab to fab in recent years and has a multifaceted arty boho scene.

Whether it’s a business trip or a pleasant city trip, whether on a shopping trip or a trip to museums – Metropolis The lifestyle on the Rhine invites you to discover, experience and enjoy.

Discover our highlights in our guided tours between the Old Town, Königsallee and Medienhafen, by bus, foot, boat, car or bicycle. Our well-trained and experienced guides will help you get to know the sights and attractions of Düsseldorf.

 

Düsseldorf, Marktplatz

City Sights in Dusseldorf

NightLife in Dusseldorf

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