Popular spots and must-sees in Düsseldorf

Places of interest in Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf has a rich repertoire of attractions. Among the most popular ones is of course the reknown Königsallee shopping boulevard, the so-called "Kö". Also the old town with its historical restaurants, the "Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen" that accommodates the North Rhine-Westphalian art collection or Heinrich Heine's birthplace is well worth a visit. Düsseldorf is also well-know for its annual carneval. The city also boasts with cultural sights like the theatre, the opera house "Deutsche Oper am Rhein" or the Goethe museum. In Düsseldorf, Modern Age goes hand in hand with classical architecture. This especially shows in the buildings designed by the famous architect Frank Gehry. The Benrath Palace, the Neanderthal Museum, the Jever indoor ski hall or the Aqua Zoo Löbbeke Museum are great places to visit, especially for families.

Culture in Düsseldorf

Heinrich Heine's birth house is located in Düsseldorf's historical quarter. Taking a stroll through the citry centre along the above-mentioned "Kö", you will find many secluded spots, as well as cosy cafés, restaurants and shops. The old castle tower is the last remainder of the Düsseldorf City Palace. It accomodates the Rhine and Maritime Museum. Masterpieces by famous artists like Picasso are exhibited at the art collections K20 and K21. Düsseldorf really is a gem for the culturally inclined.

Wine and dine in Düsseldorf

Living in the lap of culinary luxury is also no problem in Düsseldorf. This city knows how to pamper its guests and satisfy their needs. Whatever you are craving for, you will find it. The local restaurants offer everything from traditional cuisine with hearty dishes to a broad variety of fresh and delicious fish dishes or even exotic delicacies. Especially Asian cuisine is very popular in Düsseldorf.


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