One of Germany’s oldest town’s encapsulates both historic and modern culture, art and architecture. It’s a great weekend escape or if you’re mixing a business trip with pleasure then here are some suggestions for a full day’s sightseeing in Dusseldorf.
You won’t get a better view of the city anywhere else. Start your day with a breathtaking panoramic view of the city and the harbour. From here you’ll see sights like the North Rhine-Westphalian Parliament, and nearby the Stadttor (City Gate).
This is one of city centre’s trendiest districts. Originally this was a flourishing warehouse sector in the 19th century. Today it is often a showcase for modern architecture and other attractions.
This is one of the prettiest and most romantic streets in Dusseldorf. The street flanks an ornamental canal, shaded by trees and crossed by bridges. One bank is lined with office buildings, the other with elegant shops, cafes, and restaurants.
Nicknamed ‘the longest bar in the world’ because of the 200 bars and restaurants found here. The favorite drink is a top-fermented Altbier (old beer); it's a dark, mellow brew that must be consumed soon after it's made.
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