Düsseldorf is the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia and lies on the Lower Rhine. The city is located in the heart of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan area and is known for its nightlife, the Carnival, the Rhine and the exhibition center. The Düsseldorf retail trade attracts international visitors, as do the numerous museums and galleries.
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Düsseldorf is the second largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia with a population of 642,000. Historically, Düsseldorf was a small village on the name-giving river "Düsseldorf", which is situated there in the Rhine. After the "Battle of Worringen" in Düsseldorf on 5 June 1288, the small village was granted the town right. Düsseldorf grew and became a counterpole of the city of Cologne, which lies about 40 km up the Rhine.
In the following centuries Düsseldorf also developed into a residence town of the duchy "Jülich-Bergs" due to its good location on the Rhine and moved a number of dukes into the city. The city prospered especially during the lifetime of Kurfürst Johann-Wilhelm von der Pfalz (called "Jan Wellem" by the Düsseldorf authorities). Together with his wife Anna Maria Luisa de Medici, during his reign in the 17th-18th century he ensured that Düsseldorf became a place of culture and economy. Although some of these positive developments were lost in the following century, no later than the grinding of fortifications in the 19th century and the Napoleon regime, Düsseldorf underwent a new transformation, the consequences of which can still be seen in the townscape today: the 3 royal , 3 Heinrich-Heine-Allee and large parts 2 yard created or expanded under French rule. Heinrich Heine also lived in Düsseldorf during this period.
In the 19th century, Düsseldorf lost its capital status during Prussian rule and developed into an artistic and garden city through the foundation of the Academy of Art. Under Prussian rule and various other innovations such as the first railway line in West Germany, Düsseldorf could become a location for industry and business. This includes the close trade relationship with Japan, which begins in the second half of the 19th century and is still visible in the city today.
At the beginning of the 20th century Düsseldorf became a location for exhibitions of art, business and industry world-wide. Due to its proximity to the Ruhr area and the commercial offices of many large companies in the city, the city established itself as "the desk of the Ruhr area". Duesseldorf was severely hit in the two world wars. After the terrible and inglorious Nazi period, in the war years of the Second World War, about 50% of all buildings were destroyed and 90% damaged.
In the post-war years, Düsseldorf once again became a trade fair and trade location and - since it was designated the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia during the British occupation of the city - a political location. Düsseldorf has also earned a reputation as a fashion city by setting up many fashion companies. In the 20th century, the city was transformed by major roads such as the 3 Berliner Allee (L55) and the Rhine-based highway 1, as well as new neighborhoods such as 3 Garath to the south 2 MediaPort and the 1 highway, which has been running underground since 1993, 4 Rhine waterfront was born. The Rhine promenade and the redesign of the city center at the beginning of the 21st century and the military line 5Kö-Bogens
The city has a strong international network through the establishment of numerous foreign companies and the trade fair, which, together with art and culture, gives it cosmopolitanism. In contrast, the Rhineland coziness is found in the numerous bars of the old town, the Carnival, the Kirmes and the Schützenfest. This contrast between a small town atmosphere and a modern world city creates an exciting atmosphere for visitors. In addition, there are excellent shopping opportunities, an interesting nightlife and numerous cultural facilities and events.
The 10 neighborhoods and their related districts:
- District 1: Old Town, Derendorf, Golzheim, Carlstadt, Pempelfort, City Center
- District 2: Düsseltal, Flingern-Nord, Flingern-Süd
- District 3: Bilk, Flehe, Friedrichstadt, Hafen, Hamm, Oberbilk, Unterbilk, Volmerswerth
- District 4: Heerdt, Lörick, Niederkassel, Oberkassel
- District 5: Angermund, Kaiserswerth, Kalkum, Lohausen, Stockum, Wittlaer
- District 6: light broich, mortarsenbroich, Rath, Unterrath
- District 7: Gerresheim, Grafenberg, Hubbelrath, Ludenberg, Knittkuhl
- District 8: Eller, Lrenal feld, Unterbach, Vennhausen
- District 9: Benrath, Hassels, Himmelgeist, Holthausen, Itter, Reisholz, Urdenbach, Wersten
- District 10: Garath, Hellerhof
Thanks to its central location in the largest metropolitan area of Germany, Düsseldorf can be easily reached by all means of transport.
- the 3 Düsseldorf airport (IATA: DUS) (DUS) is located in the north of the city and is the third largest in Germany with around 21 million passengers. It offers numerous direct connections to over 170 destinations worldwide. The airport is approximately 7 km from the city center and the main railway station. From the airport you can reach the city center directly from the terminal by S-Bahn line S11 or from the train station Düsseldorf-Airport by S-Bahn line S1 or by bus. The single ticket of price level A costs € 2.90 (stand 12/2019). The taxi ride to the city center costs approx. € 20-25, for the fair there is a flat rate of € 20,00 (stand 12/2019). Private services such as Uber (€22 to the city center) or car sharing providers are also present around the airport.
- Weeze Airport (NRN) is 83 km north-west of Düsseldorf on the Dutch border and is served mainly by low-cost airlines. It serves more than 50 destinations in Europe and North Africa. 6-7 buses run daily from and to Düsseldorf's main station, four of which stop at the trade fair. The fare is € 19,00 (as of 12/2019). The journey takes about 1½ hours. By public transport, it takes about a quarter of an hour longer to pay 15.70 € (as of 12/2019). The Rhine-Ruhr Traffic Association or the Rheinbahn (see below) can provide information on this.
- In less than 2 hours of public transport you can reach the airports of Cologne (CGN), Dortmund (DTM) and Frankfurt (FRA).
- the 2 Düsseldorf main station is an important position in long distance traffic. All ICE trains stop here from Amsterdam, Basel and Berlin. The main railway station is of particular importance as a regional transport hub. Here there are about 20 regional and S-Bahn lines from e.g. the Ruhr area (Duisburg, Essen), Bergisches Land (Wuppertal), Niederrhein (Mönchengladbach, Krefeld) or Cologne (Aachen, Cologne).
- Also at the station 3 Düsseldorf Airport hold some ICE and IC lines as well as all regional lines running there.
- There are also the regional train station Düsseldorf-Benrath and 25 S-Bahn stations.
On the street
In addition to the reference to the inner city environmental zone, there are also new environmental features: on three roads in the city, one track has been opened for use only with buses, bicycles, taxis, electric vehicles and vehicles with three or more occupants. The test phase lasts at least until Easter 2020 and at the moment there is a relatively strong fight against disregard of the track.
Düsseldorf is located on the A3, A44, A46, A52, A57 and A59 motorways.
The 4Bus Stop Düsseldorf for Flixbus and other bus lines is close to the Hbf.
The Cologne-Düsseldorfer (KD) ferry offers, among other things, one-hour panoramic cruises with a drink tank and a call from the band on the Rhine.
The Rhine-Radweg with the section name "Erlebnisweg Rheinrail" runs along both banks. However, it is necessary to make a detour through the Neuss harbor area on the left. The Rhine can be crossed on all road and motorway bridges. The railway Rhine bridge is not passable.
Düsseldorf can be easily reached by car as a city, but the streets are hopelessly clogged, especially during rush hours or certain days (trade fair, football match, etc.). If you are just a short trip, you can certainly do without your car and use public transport. If you are traveling by car, it is best to park it in one of the P+R car parks. The city center is covered with a dense network of stops, but also in the outer parts of the city you rarely walk more than five minutes to the nearest bus stop. Alternative offers are available in many ways.
City, tram and bus
Düsseldorf's Rheinbahn (local transport company Raum Düsseldorf) operates a dense network of light rail, tram and buses in the Rhein-Ruhr district. The city’s trams run underground in the center, cross the main railway station and lead to Duisburg, Krefeld and Neuss. A third underground railway line, the so-called "Wehrhahnstrasse", has been in operation since February 2016.
Tickets can be purchased in the vehicles, at the stops or via the app in Düsseldorf. Some kiosks (called "Büdchen" in Düsseldorf) also offer tickets. Two Rheinbahn customersCenter in Düsseldorf ( 1Rheinbahn customers Center Heinrich-Heine-Allee, Heinrich-Heine-Allee 23, 40213 Düsseldorf. Tel: (0)180 6 504030. Opened: Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 2Rheinbahn customersCenter Hauptbahnhof, Immermannstraße 65 a-d, 40210 Düsseldorf. Tel: (0)180 6 504030. Opened: Monday to Friday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. ) provide further information and tickets.
The Rheinbahn offers its own app, which allows you to buy tickets directly besides a timetable information via VRR-Efa. Other apps like DB Navigator also offer this. If you have the possibility to choose the timetable data (VRR-Efa or DB-Efa), the VRR offer provides more precise information on faults, delays or cancelations; the DB offer is much faster in the shop.
Short-distance tickets cost 1.70 € and are valid for "entry + 1. Stop + 2. Stop + exit’ (price level K). A single ticket with any change to a 90-minute pass costs 2.90 € (price level A3) and, like the short-distance ticket, often has to be canceled (it is explicitly stated). Children pay a reduced child fare and travel free until the age of six. For tourists there are several more or less useful tickets, such as the one that costs 10,00 € for an individual for 24 hours and 21,00 € for 72 hours. More information is available at the Tourist Information Center at the main railway station or in the Old Town (see below) as well as other pre-sales points. In the vehicle itself you can usually buy the "24/48-hour ticket" or simply a "4-ticket".
In any case, it is worth buying a ticket, because it is checked regularly but frequently and the 60 € increase in transport charges and the associated shakes can really be saved.
There are eleven metro lines in Düsseldorf (U70 - U83). The metro station serves as a common hub and a change point 5 Heinrich-Heine-Allee . The light rail links are divided into two "connecting lines": Seven of them (U70, U74-U79) run through the inner city tunnel, which opened in 1988, between the Heinrich-Heine-Allee underground station and the Heinrich-Heine-Allee underground station 6 main station . Another tunnel line for four other tramways (U71-U73, U83), the Wehrhahn line, leads from the stop 7 Pempelforter U to 8 Bilk S . Behind these two trunk roads, the trams divide and spread out in the city.
Seven tram lines (701-709) running purely above ground travel slightly more decentralized through the city. Four of them (704, 707, 708, 709) will stop at Düsseldorf Hbf; To switch between the other three (701, 705, 706), you can, for example: 9 Schadowstraße U change.
In the so-called "fast network Düsseldorf" the offer is supplemented by three MetroBuses (M1 - M3). However, they run around the inner city area and are therefore not of interest to tourists. However, if you are a visitor to the fair or come for a football match, the M1 may be interesting since it messenah 10 free . If you are located in one of the surrounding towns, it may be worth taking one of the nine express buses (SB50 - SB79) that connect Düsseldorf to the surrounding area via the motorway (!).
In addition, there are 60 bus lines (some of which are air-conditioned and equipped with WLAN/USB buses) that pass through Düsseldorf. Many of them hold inner-city, others only connect outer parts of the city. Some of the buses also come from the neighboring cities. If you want, you can ask the bus driver how to drive. However, as is customary in the world, many of the bus drivers will only be connected briefly or react somewhat harshly. It is particularly worth looking at plans or online offers for those who are staying in a tent (please do not be discouraged from buying a ticket from the bus driver before the start of the journey! Most people know the price system well and can choose the right tariff when naming the desired destination. If you bought a ticket somewhere else before the start of the journey, the ticket must be shown to the driver at the beginning of the journey).
All 6 S-Bahn lines also pass through the main railway station.
There are several taxi companies in Düsseldorf:
- Rhine taxi. Tel: +49(0)211 212121.
- Taxi Düsseldorf. Tel: +49(0)211 33333.
- Your wish Taxi 999 1 000 GmbH. Tel: +49(0)211-999 1 000.
An overview of the various car-sharing possibilities is available on this page of the city of Düsseldorf.
Private car sharing is also possible in Düsseldorf.
E-scooters can be used on a sharing basis after a one-time registration. After registration, e-scooters can also be used in Hamburg, Berlin or Munich via this system.
E-scooters for shorter or longer distances can be rented after registration in the app. Currently (2019) the suppliers TIER, Voi., Bird, Lime and others are available in Düsseldorf.
There are currently a number of bike sharing offers in Düsseldorf:
- Call a bike
In the family-friendly city of Düsseldorf there is also the possibility of renting a car, a car seat or a ticket online. The cart rental Mami Poppins delivers the baby equipment required throughout the city free of charge. You can rent the desired products from 1 day of rental.
Below you will find a list of all the sights in the city. At the end of this chapter there is an overview of the museums of the city.
It is located between the old town and the main railway station.
- 2 Königsallee (Steinstr. / Königsallee underground station). The Düsseldorfer "Kö" is known as an exclusive shopping mile. It's a beautiful avenue with a moat in the middle. There are historic buildings on both sides. On the eastern side are luxury shops, on the western office building. So the sentence goes, "On one side of the river, the money is earned, on the other." Tip: according to a rough rule of thumb, the lower the house number, the higher the prices on the body.
- 6 Schadowstraße (Schadowstraße U). Main shopping street in Düsseldorf where you will find shoe and clothing shops, jewelers and department stores. At the end of the Schadowstraße the "Kö-Bogen II" is currently being built.
- 3 Japanese Quarter, Immermannstraße 40210 (Klosterstraße and Oststraße U). The neighborhood where the Japanese community in Düsseldorf is working and eating. On the Immermann/Oststrasse, there is a Japanese restaurant with a café at bookshops and make the area a tourist attraction for all Japanese people.
- 1Deutsche Oper am Rhein (Rheinoper), Heinrich-Heine-Allee 16A, 40213 Düsseldorf (Heinrich-Heine-Allee U). Tel: +49 (0)211 8925211, e-mail: [email protected]. The building from the 50s may not be particularly noticeable from the outside, but opera stars give themselves a hand. A demanding but also accessible program with the music of the Düsseldorf Symphoniker takes place here. There is also a special program for children (since almost 60 years popular in the pre-Christmas period Hänsel and Gretel by Engelbert Humperdinck). Price: €-€€€. facebook URL used
- 7 Kö-Arch. A modern building with shops between Hofgarten and Schadowstraße, where trees were planted in its façade. It is separated from the courtyard by the Düsseldorf, where steps lead to the water.
- 2 Düsseldorf acting house. The Duesseldorf Schauspielhaus (theater) is worth seeing from the outside as the curved facade next to the three-disk house is very photogenic. But there are also interesting theater pieces inside, if you are interested in them.
- 8 St. John's Church. In addition to the Ministry of Justice and opposite the Bundesbank branch, there is this large Protestant church dating from 1875. It is also worth visiting outside the trade fair, as there is also a very nice (albeit a little quieter) café in the church without many tourists. Doctor Who fans can look outside the building for statues that resemble the weeping angels amazingly. The fact that the church is so strange to the other buildings lies on the "artificial" Berlin avenue, which, after the war, destroyed most of the original building in the wake of the car-free city and made way for a multi-lane road.
- 9 Schloss Jägerhof. Since 1955, the Jägerhof Castle has been used as a museum (Goethe Museum, see museums).
- 10 courtyard garden. The first Volksgarten in Germany. It has existed for centuries now and so there are all kinds of elements of large gardens in it.
- 11 Reiterallee, Jägerhofallee 40211. The long path leads from the "Jröne Jong" to the castle Jägerhof. At night, the benches are lit up, so it is worth a trip.
- 12 Jröne Jong. The fountain "Jröne Jong" by Joseph Hammerschmidt from 1900 is so moss-covered that it has always been green.
- 3 Hofgartenpavillon Open-air concerts are played at this pavilion during the summer.
The Old Town borders the right bank of the Rhine with a long promenade that is free of traffic between the Tonhalle and the Media Harbor and on the east side of the Heinrich-Heine-Allee. It is surrounded by the Burgplatz with the castle tower and the Bicycle Rental Fountain, the Pegelclock and the "longest beer garden on the Rhine". It is a popular shopping area during the day and becomes the 'longest bar in the world' in the evening and at the weekend: In the many pubs there is also a specialty from Lower Rhine, the Altbier. (underground station Heinrich-Heine-Allee)
- 13 Market Square. In the middle of the square is the statue of the mayor Jan Wellem. The construction around this square consists to a large extent of the city hall (which can be visited) in Düsseldorf, the old comeback and residential/commercial buildings. The central market used to take place here, today it is a popular place for all kinds of celebrations and parties all year round, the carnival and the Christmas market take place here.
- 14 Burgplatz. Located directly on the banks of the Rhine in the old town, with the Bicycle Bazaar and the distinctive castle tower. During the street carnival, this is the place where most students come to celebrate the street carnival. On the Burgplatz itself, large tents are set up several times a year for various events. Scooters are also very good here.
- 15 Rhine waterfront promenade. Today it is a popular excursion destination for Düsseldorf and visitors. The subway of Bundesstrasse 1 in 1993 brought the old town and the Carlstadt back to the Rhine. On the two levels you can enjoy the Rhine panorama in almost any weather. Above, the modern decor and the water's clock is not to be missed; down are the casemates, where there are large open-air restaurants and bars. Especially in the evening it can be very nice to finish the day here.
- 16 Old port, Old port 40213. Even if it is not old and is not a harbor, this artificial water pool with its 15-meter long eel chocolate "Dü1" is worth a visit. It used to be a parking lot, today it is underneath.
- 17 Historical Town Hall. With a typical Dutch façade (1573). The town hall itself actually consists of five parts. If you need some peace and quiet from the hustle and bustle of the old town, you might find some peace on the small patio.
- 3 Academy of Art, Eiskellerstraße 1. Tel: +49 211 13960. The building of the Academy of Arts can be worthwhile for one or the other, also looking from the outside (very high windows, beautiful façade). However, it is worth taking part once a year in the Academy tour, where students' work can be watched free of charge for a week. Entry is free, guided tours are not.
- 18 castle tower, castle square. The tower is the only remaining part of the Duesseldorf Castle which was destroyed by a fire in 1872. Inside is the Maritime Museum with an exciting exhibition for the whole family. At the top of the lantern is a café, accessible without visiting the museum, offering a fantastic view in addition to the slightly increased prices. It's supposed to be in this building. the white woman of Henkel goes back to the legend that the murdered Jakobe of Baden was once found here.
- 19Former Hofkirche Sankt Andreas, Andreasstraße 4. This church, which seems unusual from the outside, is worth a look! The interior, mainly in white, looks incredible.
- 20 Former parish church of St. Lambertus, Old town 7. St. Lambertus (on Düsseldorf platt "St. Lambätes) is considered the oldest building in the old town. Though something has changed over and over again. The slightly twisted (leaning) church tower is particularly remarkable. According to legend, the tower was burned in 1815 and the unknowledgeable Duesseldorf church builders built it with wet wood. When the wood was dried, it got lost and went wrong. According to legend, the tower is reopened when a real Duesseldorf virgin marries him. Dusseldorf has been waiting a bit longer.
- 21 Wilhelm-Marx-Haus, Heinrich-Heine-Allee 53 40213. Named after a former Duesseldorf mayor, this building was the first office building in Germany. It stands for Düsseldorf's name "The desk of the Ruhrgebiet". In the evening, a Persil illuminated advertisement is raised at the top, so many Düsseldorf residents know the building only under the name of Persil House.
- 22 Carsch-Haus, Heinrich-Heine-Platz 1 40213. The Carsch house was originally not where it is today, but rather moved a few meters further. In the 1970s, when the subway was to be built, it was to be demolished, but it was then removed stone by stone, restored and rebuilt today. In the last few years the offer has often changed, today there is Galeria Kaufhof with a delicatessen department at the bottom and an outlet at the top.
- art in public space
- 23 wheel-sleeper fountain, Burgplatz. The well was created in 1954 by Alfred Zschorsch and donated by the Düsseldorf home association Jonges.
- 24Schneider-Wibbel, Schneider-Wibbel-Gasse. A game watch, which plays at 11:00, 13:00, 15:00, 18:00 and 21:00 for approximately five minutes. Below is a plaque that tells the story of Schneider Wibbel (a play by Hans Müller-Schlösser).
- 25city survey monument, Burgplatz. The moment designed by the artist Bert Gerresheim reflects the history of Düsseldorf since the Battle of Worringen. The historical, partly modern approach is reflected in the use of different techniques; among other things, there is a real pistol in the artwork.
- 26 The black hole. artwork by Joseph Beuys at the exterior façade of the Kunsthalle in Düsseldorf (looks like a chimney).
It is located south of the old town. Most of the houses in Carlstadt are built in the baroque style of the 18th century, which gives the district a special flair. Here many artists have their workshops and wealthy people have their homes.
- 27 Rhine waterfront promenade. While the part belonging to the old town houses the casemates, on this section you will find boule squares on the upper section and the large meadow at the Apollo theater.
- 3 Carlsplatz. Even though it is part of the old town because of its location, it has to be listed here, it is still a name for the whole part of the city. The very large square is home to a fixed (and covered) weekly market, where you get almost everything in food and much more. Some food stands are also provided by buyers and market people. There is a wide potpourri of cafés and small boutiques around it.
- 4 High road. Every year, the High Street Festival takes place here, but you should also stroll down the street because the many small shops, some of which are of unsophisticated quality, are simply overlooked.
- 28 Palais Wittgenstein. The house was built in the 18th century and houses a cultural center with an Institut Français.
- 29 city museum. Although the museums are dealt with in another section, it is worth mentioning for the adjoining chamber music hall and the rose garden, which is accessible from the bakery street.
- 30 Spee's ditch. Quiet park with a small size. It is very nice if you need a little distance or peace.
- 31 Maxkirche. Again, a very impressive church with a big organ that you should look at when you stand on churches. The neighboring Maxhaus has a very good (and reasonably priced) bistro, which you should have seen because of the indoor courtyard and the toilets that look like an excavation site.
- 4 Apollo Theater, Apollo Square 1, 40213. Big theater of variety right on the Rhine, which belongs to the Cologne Roncalli circus. Year-round variety program also for matinees.
- 32 Mannesmann building. Building complex built by the architects Behrens, Väth, Schneider-Eßleben and Eiermann for the former Mannesmann Röhrenwerke, later Vodafone. Although Vodafone has moved to Heerdt on its own campus, it is worth looking at the buildings for architectural fans.
- 33 Permanent House. Today, the former Landtag building houses the art collection of the Land of North Rhine-Westphalia and is accessible as a museum (see below). Before that there are the swans and the imperial pond.
This district is often confused with Derendorf or Golzheim. But he is not being equated with this, because this is where the inner-city Dusseldorf women and Dusseldorf people live.
- 5 North Road. The Nordstraße is one of the beautiful shopping streets in Düsseldorf. Many small and a little bigger shops beside all kinds of restaurants and cafes make this longer street worth a visit. It's not very special, but if you want to watch the Dusseldorf villages in your daily life, you're in good hands here.
- 34 Ehrenhof. A building complex on the Rhine at the Oberkasseler Bridge. The exhibition center, the NRW Forum and the Museum Art Palace are all part of the building. The ensemble has been built since the 1920s and since then has been used extensively. It is worth visiting the buildings!
- 5 clay hall. The auditorium is a concert hall. Her foyer, the Green Vaulin, is now one of the most beautiful examples of expressionist architecture. It belongs to the building ensemble Ehrenhof. She used to be an observatory, then later a concert hall with bizarre acoustics. Since its extensive renovation in 2006, it has been one of the world's best acoustics. The Düsseldorf Symphoniker, guest ensembles and stars of e-music as well as comedians and cabaret artists play occasionally. The outdoor terrace on the roof offers a free deckchair in summer and a view of the Rhine.
- 6 Fortunabüdchen, Joseph Beuys bank 27, 40479. For many people in Düsseldorf one of the most beautiful places on the Rhine. The small kiosk mainly sells beer (also the old Düsseldorf breweries) and with the wall offers a beautiful (free) view of the Rhine. The place is worth it, especially at sunset. This is where many fans come before the Fortuna Games and then walk along the 4.6 km to the Merkur game arena on the Rhine.
- 6 Rheinterassen, Joseph-Beuys bank 33 40479. ‘On the alleyways/To the Rheinterassen.’ The Dead Pants in the song On Days like this. This venue is a popular venue for awards and exhibitions. In winter there are many carnival sessions. In summer, there is a small beer garden next to it, where you can enjoy a nice view of the Rhine.
- 35 Rochuskirche, Rochusmarkt 5 40479. A large church in the Pempelfort district, which was partially destroyed during the war. The old neo-Romanesque church tower remained standing, the new church ship was completed in 1954 according to plans of Dohr and Schneider-Eßleben. The oak nave is unusual and it is worth a look for fans of churches. The neighboring Rochus market and the streets around it are more populated by locals.
- 7 Münster-Therme, Münsterstraße 13 40477. The green swimming pool is not easily recognizable if you don't know exactly where it is. But it is the most beautiful. If you are thinking about going for a swim during your stay, you will be right here. Not that there would be great water slides or a 50-meter pool, but experience (including the sauna) is worth it.
- 36 Kaiserswerther Strasse. The street is not very exciting and has an incredibly high concentration of fashion agencies and large labels. You can buy fashion or look at the new collections here.
- 4 Robert Schumann University, Fisherstrasse 110 40476. Konservatorium (Musikhochschule) in Düsseldorf. The Partika Room serves as a meeting room for the university. Under the hall is the "crypta", a space designed by Emil Schult, which was originally intended to serve as a spiritual retreat for students. Today you can visit the place on request. However, it is worth asking for details from the Higher Education Administration.
- 37 New synagogue. After several synagogues have been held in the city area over time, the seat of the Jewish community is a little more apparent today. You can visit the "Paul-Spiegel" synagogue only after you have registered with Rabbinat, or you are lucky and know someone from the community who takes you in.
- 38 Golzheimer cemetery, Fisherstrasse. Former urban cemetery, now used as a park. Quiet.
- 39 Rheinpark Golzheim. The lawn covers about 24 hectares and is used for sunbathing, picnic and barbecue on warm days. In summer, the city of Düsseldorf offers a free sport in the park, where you can practice free exercise under the guidance of fitness trainers.
- 1 Golzheim, Uerdinger Str. 45,40474th techno and electro club under the Theodor Heuss bridge. It's best to get there very late.
Many Düsseldorf towns often confuse the area of the Derendorf district with that of Unterrath and Pempelfort. For tourists looking for many sights, this part of the city does not offer too much. It is mainly characterized by residential and office areas. This is why L'Oreal and Rheinmetall, among others, have their headquarters, the wholesale market is located here, Mercedes-Benz is building its sprinter here and the former slaughterhouse and brewery Schlösser is now home to the university in Düsseldorf. It is also a good place to eat in a traditional way. If you have time, stroll along the Ross and Ulmenstraße and see the chic office buildings.
- 5 FOM University, Toulouser Allee 53 40476. Private University of Economics and Management in Düsseldorf. However, a visit to the futuristic building with a small park is particularly worthwhile for those who love architecture.
- 6 HSD Hochschule Düsseldorf, Münsterstraße 156 40476. The campus is also very modern and is well-suited for both architectural and study enthusiasts. The university library, which is located in the former cattle hall, is worth a look.
- ,40 North Cemetery, Am Nordcemetery 1,40468. The largest cemetery in the state capital with many graves of well-known people. A list of the most important graves is available in the article in the sister project Wikipedia.
The triangular contours of Düsseldorf extend eastward to the railway line Düsseldorf-Duisburg and offer some sights, such as the zoo district, around the former Düsseldorf zoo. It is also Düsseldorf's most central district.
- Road trains and parks
- 41 zoopark. Once upon a time monkeys and zebras walked through the park, today the park with its varied decoration is a popular recreation destination, among all those living in the right-Rhine region.
- 7 Rethelstraße. A lively shopping street where you can park 3 rows of cars. The road crashes off the bridge and becomes a quieter residential street where Bert Wollersheims was once located.
- 42 Hanielpark. Small park with playground, sometimes used for handling various drugs. However, it is frequented by many families.
- 43 ARAG tower, Arag square. Built by architects Foster and RKW for the ARAG insurance, the office building is the highest office building in Düsseldorf. It is not particularly exciting because of its location, but it is mentioned here because of its special architecture (it can be done without air conditioning, has four floors and is particularly energy-efficient).
- 8 Eissporthalle Brehmstraße, Brehmstraße 27 40239. Former home of the DEG (Düsseldorf ice hockey club) and now public ice rink. In summer, you can play field hockey here. Very cheap entry, only the opening hours are special.
- 44 Buscher Mühle, Mulvanystraße 15 40239. Former watermill, built in the 14th century. After the Second World War, the reconstructed building is now a venue with a nice public park.
- 45 DITIB Central Mosque, Münsterstraße 199 40470. The DITIB Central Mosque is located in a former railway building in Düsseldorf.
- 46 Hanielgarage, Grafenberger Allee 258 40237. Garage built by the architect Schneider-Esleben for the industrial Haniel in Düsseldorf with attached motel. A BMW car dealership, McDonald's branch and a Chinese restaurant.
What many Düsseldorf villages do not know is that the "Flingern" actually consists of "Flingern-Nord" and "Flingern-Süd". It is worth making this separation, because Flingern-Nord is the more interesting tourist area.
- Road trains and parks
- 4 Grafental. The rather new residential district "Grafental" is especially interesting for those who want to settle in Düsseldorf. Between the metro, business parks, old industrial buildings and existing residential areas, the neighborhood offers interesting roads.
- 47 Stadt-Natur-Park Flingern, Schlüterstraße 16 40235. Also relatively new park next to the old Thyssen buildings, the metro and residential areas.
- 8 Ackerstraße. Flingern is commonly considered to be a genetic district. This is probably a good part of the road. Chic cafés and restaurants are dotted around designer shops, small boutiques and traditional shops. If you are looking for alternative hotspots in Düsseldorf, you will find them here.
- 9 Birkenstraße. The main shopping street in Flingern, where you will find butchers, supermarkets, pubs, restaurants, galleries, specialty shops and much more. if you liked the North Road in Pempelfort, you will like this road.
- 48 Herrmannplatz. Green square in the hipsterviertel. Families can visit the playground or the weekly market, which is open on Saturdays.
- 10 Flurstraße. street with many restaurants and cafes. In addition there are many companies, the Stadtbücherei Flingern and the Sparkasse.
- 9 Paul Janes Stadium, Flinger Broich 87 40235. Old home of the Düsseldorf soccer club Fortuna. The administration is still here today, there are smaller games and there is a young talent center.
- 10 Allwetterbad Flingern, Flinger Broich 91. Currently closed all-weather swimming pool with 50-meter pools. In the summer it is very popular with young people and families. Home of the "Freien Schimmer Düsseldorf".
- 11 Düsselstrand, Kettwiger Str. 50 40233. Leisure pool with 25 m pool and some fun pools, outdoor area and slide. The prices are moderate, especially for children, as it is a city bath. Especially for people looking for aquagymnastics or the like, you will find here.
Flingern Süd is a tourist district that is not very interesting, as it is mainly a commercial and industrial area. However, if you are still interested in this rather small part of the city, it is worth visiting:
- 12 zakk, Fichtenstraße 40, 40233. The "Center for Action, Culture and Communication" on Fichtenstraße is a socio-cultural center in which the program changes every day. From the Singer-Songwriter-Evening to meetings of NGOs, shows by cabaret artists, bands or parties, you will find quite a lot here. A look at the program is worthwhile and a bike is also worth a visit because of the most moderate prices in the evening.
- 49 pine road. What is Rigaer Straße in Berlin and the district around the "Red Flora" in Hamburg is the Pine Road in Düsseldorf: a street occupied by squatters in the 1980s, which is now characterized by its extremely colorful facade design. But be careful: if you're just looking to find the most daring picture for your followers, you'll have to be careful: The inhabitants of the street are still more hostile to people who are committed to superficiality and commerce.
- 11 Schwanenhöfe, Erkrather Str. 230 40233rd A former soap factory, which now owns a complex of old and new buildings, a few green spaces in between. There are two universities, a gym, a good Portuguese and a large restaurant, which is also used for events. If you happen to be in the vicinity and don't want to go downtown in the evening, it's worth it.
- 11 Automobile parts Höherweg. On this street, car dealers are lined with car dealerships, and thus with repair shops for most car owners. If you have a smaller or larger breakdown, your chance to find help or a new car is high. The ADAC and the Road Traffic Office are also directly here.
The Bilk district is one of the largest and most populous in Düsseldorf. The Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf are also located here, so many students and young people live here. The district offers a number of shopping opportunities, interesting touristic buildings and important infrastructure.
- 12 Aachener Straße. The relatively long Aachen road will not be particularly exciting for tourists on some sections. However, especially at the intersection of the Suitbertusstraße there is a typical business center with a few cafés, bakeries and restaurants in the adjacent streets. The section between Südring and Aachener Platz is also home to some restaurants and shops, but is much more intimate.
- 13 Brunnenstraße, 40233. The Brunnenstraße is a rather unusual shopping street in Düsseldorf, as it is a high density of small cafés, second-hand shops, galleries and specialized stores. There is also a cinema. In the middle it crosses the Karolingerstraße, while trees surround an idyllic arm of the Düsseldorf river in the middle of the street.
There are some architecturally valuable buildings in Bilk, but the choice is to be found in places worth seeing, even if they are not architectural.
- 7 Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf. The Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf is located in the southern part of Bilks. With almost 40,000 students, it is one of Germany's largest universities and is designed as a campus. She holds a faculty in law, mathematics, science, medicine, philosophy and economics. Students should visit the "Student Service Center", the University and State Library and the cafeteria. Some of the institutions also located here make the university and the house of the university in the city center worthwhile.
- ,50 Botanical Gardens. More than 6,000 botanical species can be admired here for free. The associated dome house is home to plants from the Mediterranean and Australia, New Zealand, Asia, South Africa, Chile and California. Sometimes it is possible that the circle of friends of the botanical garden gives young plants that are no longer needed against a small donation to interested parties. If you want to relax in the garden, in the balcony or in the patio with an exotic or rare greenhouse, you'll be lucky enough to find a beautiful specimen.
- 8 students Service Center, University Street 1, building 21.02, 40225. Tel: +49 211 81-12345, e-mail: [email protected]. The SSC is the focal point for all study-related questions at HHU. Students can also visit the website because it offers a wide range of offers for students. Opened: 9:00-16:00.
- 9University and National Library, University Street 1. The University and State Library has a collection of 2.5 million media units, which, if they cannot be viewed in one of the three reading rooms, can be ordered from one of the archives within one day. HHU-Card or Loan Card is available. As a scientific library, all other options, such as long-distance lending, are also possible. The Thomas-Mann collection and a comprehensive collection of manuscripts, manuscripts, informations and discounts are also worth seeing.
The harbor is difficult to distinguish from the bordering suburb. In some of the representations, the relatively new "Media Port" district is located in the harbor district, in others in the suburb district. According to the same name and the intuitive classification of many Düsseldorf towns, the media port is assigned to the port. Modern buildings can be found in Düsseldorf's media harbor next to old port facilities. There are also restaurants, bars, clubs and discotheques. (Tram stop Stadttor (north). area) or Francis. (South. The port itself is industrial and has few tourist attractions, especially since it is difficult to reach the areas due to the lack of public transport.
- 51 Rheinturm. When the harbor in the late 1970s/early 1980s began to change, this 240.5m high communications tower was built, which was planned from the beginning with a visitor platform and a rotating restaurant. Today you can visit three levels for a few Euros and enjoy great views "from above" on Düsseldorf and the surrounding area (on good days to Cologne). The restaurant has recently become a Japanese fusion restaurant with a higher-priced menu. However, the floor below is worth the visit for tourists without exception, and darlings can lean against the windows from the inside, which, by its sloping shape, make you fly.
- The state parliament of North Rhine - Westphalia has been in the region since the late 1980s. If you look at the building from above, you can see that the circular structures "interlock" like gears. Visitors can enjoy more than 300 seats during the meeting days. However, on weekends the Landtag also opened with an interactive (and very interesting) visitor and information center. Unfortunately, visitors cannot access the car park, so it is worth parking in one of the surrounding car parks or in the parking lots, or traveling elsewhere. Landtag of North Rhine-Westphalia.
- 52 New customs (Gehry buildings). Three adjoining office buildings by Canadian star architect Frank Gehry. While in Düsseldorf the facades were still made fun of as "tin cans" after their construction, these landmarks can no longer be forgotten from a tourist photo album. Not a single straight wall have the three buildings, and the windows are custom made. The idea is that the white building and the linked building are reflected in silver. Unfortunately, there are no sightseeing tours, but there are two bar-restaurants below that are open to the public as long as you can afford to stay there.
- 53 city gate. The building, symbolically called "Stadttor", takes its name from the underground 1. For several years, the State Chancellery of North Rhine-Westphalia has its seat here. Since 2017, however, it has been housed in the state house. On the lobby floor you will find several restaurants and shops that are open to the public.
- 2 Rudas Studios, Customs11, 40221. If the media harbor was once considered the party destination for all those who would like to celebrate more than was usual in the old town, this was mainly due to the many possibilities. The studios are still very limited and only the Rudas Studios are left, giving them the shine of old times. The audience is usually not as young as in the old town, ready to spend more money, and the music reflects this in their choice. Price: € €.
It would be unfair to the various restaurants and other establishments to choose from and to portray them individually. It is worth pointing out that the port offers a fairly wide range of gastronomic options, from convenience and burger shops to cheap Italian and Asian restaurants, to sophisticated concepts and scene restaurants, to star cuisine. Road 51.214258, 51.214822 Hammerstraße, 51.21 5182 Zollhof and 51.2157896.75102757 freight forwarding road are good points for strolling when hunger strikes. But also architecturally, these streets offer a lot. Look for yourself. Kaistraße
- 13 paradise beach. Not many people in Düsseldorf know this beach on the Rhine, which is actually "sandy" and is free. This is because it is located at the outer tip of the port - an area that is difficult to reach, especially for pedestrians. If you want to come by car, go to Bremer Strasse and on foot from the bank of the Parliament you will find the bridge at the Media Port, which is only accessible to pedestrians and cyclists. The beach is definitely worth it, and in summer it is sometimes really difficult to find a place.
- Lantz'scher Park, Lohauser Dorfstraße 5.
Located in the north, directly on the Rhine, the Kaiserswerth district was one of the most important places in the region in the late Middle Ages thanks to the Kaiserpfalz founded in 1045. Today, Kaiserswerth is a popular tourist destination because of its historical center. The imperial palace can be seen as a ruin. (metro station Klemensplatz)
- castle Eller
- Lake Unterbacher
Castle and park Benrath with the museums of European Garden Art, Corps de Logis and Museum of Natural History, listed ensemble of Lustschloss, Jagdpark, Weihern and canal system, built in the 18th century. address: Benrather Schlossallee 100-106, 40597 Düsseldorf Phone: 0211/8921903, opening hours: Winter season (1 November 2015 to 31 March 2016): Tuesday to Sunday 11.00 - 17.00 Summer season (1 April 2016 to 31 October 2016): Tuesday to Friday: 11.00 - 17.00 Saturday & Sunday: 11.00 - 18.00 Mondays closed! ・ S6, RE1, RE5: ‘S-Bahnhof Benrath’, tram U71 u. U83 "Schloss Benrath".
Linksrheinische (western) districts
Düsseldorf on the left includes the districts of Oberkassel, Niederkassel, Heerdt and Lörick.
- 58 Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum, Kaiserswerther Strasse 380. Tel: +49 211 8996150, e-mail: [email protected]üsseldorf.de.
- 59 film museum
- 60 City Museum, Berger Allee 2. Tel: +49 211 8996170. Opened: Di-So: 11:00 - 18:00.
- 81 Hetjens Museum - German Ceramics Museum
- 62 Heinriche-Heine-Institut
- 63 Theatermuseum, Jägerhofstraße 1. Tel: +49 211 8994660. Opened: Di-So: 1:00 - 20:30 PM
- 64 Memorial and Memorial Center Düsseldorf, Mühlenstraße 29. Tel: +49 211 8996205.
- 65 Goethe Museum in the castle Jägerhof, Jacobistraße 2. Tel: +49 211 8996262. Opened: Di-Fr, So: 11:00 - 17:00; Sa: 1:00 - 17:00.
- collection of works
- 66 Art Collection of North Rhine-Westphalia K20, Grabbeplatz 5. Tel: +49 211 83810. Opened: Di-Do: 10:00 - 18:00; Fri: 10:00 - 20:00; Sa, So: 11:00 - 18:00.
- 67 Art Collection K21
- 68 art collection of North Rhine-Westphalia Galerie Schmela
- 69 Museum Art Palace, Ehrenhof 4-5. Opened: Di-So: 12:00 - 20:00.
- Castle and Benrath Park
- 70 Museum of European Garden Art
- Museum Corps of the Logis
- Museum of Natural History, Benrather Schlossallee 100-106. Tel: +49 211 8993832. Opened: Di-So 10:00 - 18:00 (summer) Di-So 11:00 - 17:00 (winter).
- Collection of the Heinrich-Heine University in Düsseldorf
- 71 anatomical collection
- Graphic collection "Man and Death"
- collections of the Düsseldorf Academy of Fine Arts
- 72 Academy Gallery: new collection
- 73 Shipping Museum in the Castle Tower, Burgplatz 30. Tel: +49 211 8994195.
- 74 Gerhart-Hauptmann-Haus, 40210 Düsseldorf, Bismarckstraße 90.
- Museum Kaiserswerth
- 75 House of Carnival
- 76 Museum and Archive of the German Society for Urology, Uerdinger Str. 64th Tel: +49 211 516096-0. "At present, the collection consists of about 4500 books, 3500 volumes of periodicals, about 600 dissertations, extensive archival works, including regional companies, a partly digitized collection of portraits and an exquisite collection of original lithographs. In addition, there are about 1500 instruments from all fields of urology. The museum impressively documents the rich history and the present-day presence of the cross-section urology." Source: Museum website Opened: Visit by appointment.
- German Museum of Plastics
- glass museum
- framework museum
- Senfmuseum in Senshade, Bergerstraße 29. Tel: +49 211 41590. Opened: Mon-Sat 10:00 - 19:00.
- watch museum
- 77 NRW Forum Culture and Economy
- 78 Kunsthalle, Grabbeplatz 4. Tel: +49 211 8996240. Changing exhibitions and events. Every 2nd Sunday a month family day with free entry. Every last Thursday of the month, the Stadtwerke Düsseldorf invite you to join the Kunsthalle and the Kunstverein free of charge from 6 pm to 8 pm. Opened: Tuesday - Sunday, holidays: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
- 79 Art in the Tunnel (KIT), Mannesmannufer 1b. Tel: +49 211 8996243. Opened: Di - So 11 - 6 p.m., public holidays 11 - 6 p.m.
- 80 Kunstraum Düsseldorf. Tel: +49 (0)211-330237, +49 (0)211-8996148. The Kunstraum Düsseldorf is a public space on the Himmelgeister Strasse 107 E in Düsseldorf, serving as an exhibition space for contemporary art. Opened: Do. + Fri 15-20, Sat. + So. 14-18.
- KAI 10 - Room of Art
- 81 EKO-Haus, Bruges Path 6. The EKO-Haus is a cultural center and exhibition of the Japanese community in Düsseldorf and a Japanese temple. It is located in the Lower Kassel district of left Rhine - Westphalia.
- Düsseldorf Art Museum; Di-So: 12:00 - 20:00; court of honor 5; Tel. +49 211 8992460
An interesting way to get to know several museums at a reasonable price is the Düsseldorf Museum Night, which takes place once a year (2015: Saturday, April 18) and at which 35 museums and galleries can be visited for a ticket price of 14 €.
- Neanderthalmuseum, Talstr. 300, 40822 Mettmann. Tel: (0)2104 9797-0. Found of the first Neadertal Trail. History of human evolution. game enclosure with animal contemporaries of the Stone Age. In Mettmann (10 km north of Düsseldorf), Regio Bahn S 28 "Neanderthal"
- Düsseldorf is a stronghold of the carnival. The "fifth season", as the Carnival in the Rhineland is often called, begins on 11.11. at 11.11 a.m. with the solemn awakening of the "Hoppeditz", which then makes a parodist speech reviewing the local but also interregional events of the months since the last carnival. The "great days" finally start on Altweiberfastnight when the women ("mothers") storm the town hall at 11:11 and take over the city's power symbolically for a day. The streets and the numerous bars of the old town are celebrated until late at night. A popular tradition is the Sunday "Kö-True", where hundreds of thousands of people every year costumed on the Royal Salle on Carnival Sunday. The Rose Monday train finally puts the whole city under a state of emergency, and year after year around one million spectators are leaving the train.
- From April to July and from September to November, every first Sunday of the month, a fish market with international fish and seafood specialties is held on the Rhine terraces, on the banks of the Tonhallenbank.
- In July, the church will be the largest church on the Rhine on the Oberkasseler Rheinweiser meadows. (subway station Lügplatz, bus stop Youth Hostel)
The city's sporting charm is the football club Fortuna Düsseldorf, which, after 15 years of abstinence and a downturn into a quarter class in the 2012/13 season, once again played for a year in the highest German class, the Bundesliga. After a successful round, however, the second Bundesliga was due to be relegated to the second Bundesliga at the end of the season. The Fortuna home games take place in the Esprit Arena, which is located in the north of the city, next to the exhibition grounds and was rebuilt between 2002 and 2004 instead of the old Düsseldorf Rheinstadion. With a capacity of 54,000 spectators, it is one of the largest football stadiums in Germany, as well as large concerts by internationally renowned artists (in the past, among others, the Rolling Stones, Depeche Mode, The Dead Hoses).
The ice hockey club Düsseldorfer EG, which won the German championship eight times, is also known throughout Germany. In the 1990s, in particular, it was the measure of all things in German ice hockey. At the time, the DEG was still playing its home games in the ice stadium on Brehmstraße in the Düsseldorf district. The ISS Dome, located in the Rath district, is currently the home of the ISS Dome.
Other sports clubs, also known throughout the region, include the German table tennis record champion Borussia Düsseldorf and the Rochusclub tennis club, which holds the World Team Cup in May, the ATP team world championship.
A big number in basketball are the Giants Düsseldorf. Its home playground is the Castle Guardian Castello, a modern multi-purpose hall. The HSG ART/HSV Düsseldorf e.V. plays in the first handball Bundesliga. Like the Giants, he has a sports home in the castle guardian Castello. Up to 3400 spectators can play handball.
Other sports and sports clubs:
- baseball: Düsseldorf Senators
- Football: Düsseldorf Panther
- Lacrosse: Düsseldorf Antlers
- Speedskating: Speedskater Düsseldorf
- equestrian: Grafenberg motorway
Tickets for the home games of the Düsseldorf clubs can be purchased from the Tourist Information at the main station and near the town hall.
Golf courses around Düsseldorf:
- Golf course "auf der Lausward" GSV Golf-Sport-Verein Düsseldorf e.V.
- Golfclub Düsseldorf-Grafenberg
- Golf Range Hilden
- Hummelbachaun golf course in Neuss
- Golf Park Meerbusch
More information is available at www.golf-rund-um-düsseldorf.de
Düsseldorf has several indoor and outdoor pools, a list of which can be found at www.baeder-düsseldorf.de. The Neanderbad (www.neanderbad.de) in the neighboring village of Erkrath, to the east, is also recommended.
The Düsseldorf trade fair offers a variety of trade fairs throughout the year, starting with the international water sports fair Boot to the international trade fair for wines and spirits ProWein. The exhibition center can be reached via the metro station ESPRIT arena/Messe Nord or with the metro lines U78 and U79 from the Düsseldorf and Duisburg city center. By car you can reach the area via the federal highway 44.
- 14 Messe Düsseldorf, Messeplatz, Stockumer Kirchstraße 61, 40474 Düsseldorf. Tel: +49(0)211 456001, Fax: (0)211 4560668, e-mail: [email protected]üsseldorf.de.
- Walking with Düsseldorf Greetern: Under the motto "Come as a guest, go as a friend", Düsseldorf Greeter offers free city tours. Guests will discover the city from the point of view of the locals, far from the usual paths. Greeter is pleased to show guests authentic city with all corners and edges. Personal stories and experiences or nighttime and leisure tips are also discussed. The specific agreement between guest and Greeter takes into account the wishes of the guests and makes these walks a personal and individual encounter with the city. In order to maintain the individuality, the greets are only carried out in small groups up to a maximum of 6 persons. More information at düsseldorf-greeter.de.
In addition to the above mentioned Königsallee (with Kö-Galerie and Seven) for high-priced articles, the most profitable shopping street is the Schadowstraße (including Schadow-Arcades, Kaufhof at the Kö, Karstadt, P & C etc. ) between Jan-Wellem-Platz and Wehrhahn. At its end - on the east street - there are also various shops (department store, Conrad Elektronik, etc.). Recently, there are also a number of shops at the Kö-Arch (northern end of the Königsallee) that attract the shopping disciples.
Loretto road in the suburb
It is worth mentioning the Carlsplatz in the old town of Düsseldorf with its market stands; open from Monday to Saturday, where you can enjoy all kinds of delicacies and various snacks.
There are also other shopping streets:
- Loretto Road in Unterbilk
- Bilker Allee in Unterbilliken
- North road in Derendorf
- Lügallee in Oberkassel
The Düsseldorf-Arcaden (shopping center with various shops, see https://www.düsseldorf-arcaden.de/) and a large supermarket are located directly at the S-Bahn station Bilk (S8, S11, S28, various buses and trams).
- 14 Düsseldorf Senfladen, Berger Str. 29, 40213 Düsseldorf. Tel: +49 211 8368049. There is a wide selection of mustard specialties, sauces and lion's mustard. Opened: Mon to Do 10:00 -14:00 and 15:00 - 19:00, Fri + Sat 10:00 - 19:00.
- 15 Spice House Altstadt, Kapuzinergasse 16, 40213 Düsseldorf. There are spices from Anis to Zimt, as well as the well-known Düsseldorf ABB-Mostert and other mustard varieties. Opened: Tue till Fr 9.30 - 14.00 and 15.00 - 18.00, Sat 9.30 - 15.00.
is a steak with a special mustard crust. Finely chopped onions and mostly the lions’ mustard produced in Düsseldorf are spread as paste on the meat and then gratined briefly. Duesseldorf mustard roast.
- To the boat, port road 5. Tel: +49 211 132421. Rustic brewery restaurant with high quality gourmet cuisine, which is also popular with businessmen. As usual in the Altbier inns in Düsseldorf, Altbier will be brought here without demand as soon as the glass is (almost) emptied until the customer settles satisfactorily (e.g. by putting a beer lid on the glass). Opened: daily from 11.30 to 24.00 (hot cuisine served until 22.30 throughout); lunch card until 4 pm). Price: Main dishes 10,20-24,50 €, lunch offers 7,90-14,90 €.
- Bug Two boats hang in the high room of the restaurant and stand for the name Pate. Located in the media harbor, the restaurant offers an unobstructed view of the kitchen and a dark and pleasant atmosphere.
- Taverne Savas, Heresbachstraße 21 (walk from the BIK S-Bahn station in about 10 minutes). Tel: +49 (0)211 301 56 84, e-mail: [email protected]. A huge bifteki that the free ouzo can hardly soothe in the end. night restaurant. Opened: Mon-So 18:00 - 03:00.
- Brasserie 1806, Königsallee, in the Breidenbacher Hof. Tel: +49 211 160900. In the new Breidenbacher Hof, the chef Michael Reinhardt and the restaurant manager Dominik Karge present an elegant yet relaxed atmosphere with their team. The high quality of the food, wines and service offer everything for a pleasant experience. Price: lunchtime 19,50 €; The main courses on the evening menu are 19,50-45 €.
- Roberts Bistro, Wupperstraße 2 (in the media harbor). Tel: +49 211 304821. No table reservation, no card payment. This and certainly the very good cuisine make Roberts Bistro very attractive. Basically, the store is full. Opened: Di - 11.30 - 22.30, Fr 11.30 - 22.30, Sat 10.00 - 22.30, Sun + Monday: day of rest. Price: main courses 14-26,50 €.
- In the ship, Kaiserswerther Markt 9 (1st floor). Tel: +49 211 401050. Located in Kaiserswerth, this boat is one of the three restaurants in Düsseldorf that has three Michelin stars. The cuisine is French and menus start at around £100 per person.
Visiting at least one brewery and a freshly tapped old beer ("dat delicious dröppke") should be a mandatory program for every visitor. Beside the old beer, you will find on the menu rich Rhineland specialties at affordable prices.
- 3 Uige Obergädige Hausbrewery, Berger Str. 1, 40213 Düsseldorf. Tel: +49 211 866990. There are Uterine-Altbier and "Hosen Hell", the beer of the band "Die Toten Hosen", which is however brewed in the Bavarian Hallertau. A hot, seasonal dish is served daily. Opened: Daily from 10:00 to 24:00. Price: Old 0.25 L 2.20 €, simple dishes between 3 € and 7 €.
- 4 Brewery im Fuchschen, Ratinger Str. 28, 40213 Düsseldorf. Tel: +49 211 1374716. House brewery in a historic building, now in the 4th generation. Old, pils and wheat are used, even non-alcoholic. It is cooked in a traditional Rhineland style with local ingredients. Reservations for 8 persons or more. Opened: Mon - Do 9:00 - 1:00, Fri & Sat 9:00 - 2:00, So 9:00 - 00:00. Price: main courses 9 € - 16 €.
- 5 Im Golden Kessel, Bolkerstraße 44, 40213 Düsseldorf. Tel: +49 211 326007. The traditional Schumacher brewery's tasting: So - Thu 10:00 - 0:00.
- Killepitsch. is a bitter-sweet herbal liqueur from Düsseldorf, which has since become a worldwide friend. A mixture of 98 different herbs, berries and fruits from all over the world is stored in old tonnage for one year and then processed with alcohol, water, sugar and caramel to the finished liqueur with 42% alcohol.
- 6 Et Kabüffke Killepitschstube, Flinger Str. 1, 40213 Düsseldorf. Tel: +49 211 133 69. Small, traditional Killepitsch tasting room in the house Goldener Helm. In addition to the liqueur, you can also drink wine. Opened: daily 11:00 - 23:00.
- "Longest bar in the world": the Old Town, in particular Bolkerstraße and Andreasstraße/Kurze Strasse as well as Ratinger Strasse (Einhorn, Zur Uel, Ohme Jupp, Stone, Liebevoll, Zum Gatz, Kreuzherreneck).
- A must at a Düsseldorf trip is a visit to one of the traditional Dusseldorf breweries, almost all of which are found in the old town. Here you will find old beer and hearty small and large dishes: Uterine, fox, Schumacher, key, Shorter Alt (on the name-giving Kurze Street, attracts young audiences).
- Miscellaneous clubs and discos in the media harbor
- Weather permitting, along the Rhine promenade between Burgplatz and the Kniebrücke bridge
- Smaller neighborhoods: in particular in D-Flingern around Ackerstraße and Hermannplatz, in D-Pempelfort around Moltke- and Tußmannstraße, in D-Unterbilge around Bilker Allee, Lorettostraße and peace areas as well as in D-Bilk around Brunnen- und Aachener Straße, Lügallee in D-Oberkassel
- Rockkneipe Die Blende, Friedrichstrasse 122, mixed audience, rock and heavy metal, open before parties and Saturdays until 03:00, otherwise until 02:00.
- Jazz-Café Daytime Room for night owls also during the week (except on Sundays), Kronprinzenstraße 69.
Bolkerstraße, Düsseldorf's party mile in the heart of the old town
The outdoor area of the Brauhaus Utigen is also very busy
- Deutsche Oper am Rhein (Heinrich-Heine-Allee)
- Düsseldorf Schauspielhaus (Gustaf-Gründgens-Platz)
- Commons (Kay and Lore Lorentz Square)
- Apollo Varieté (Apolloplatz, under the knee bridge of the Rhine)
- Capitol (Erkrather Street)
- CA.A.K.K. (Center for Action, Culture and Communication, Fichtenstrasse, near Pine Road)
- et al.
Düsseldorf has more than 200 hotels offering a total of more than 24,000 beds in all price categories. There are also numerous overnight stays for private rental companies. During trade fairs, especially at large fairs such as Drupa or Medica, capacity constraints can still occur despite the large offer. Room prices then reach astronomical amounts. Those who have to travel to Düsseldorf at these times should opt for accommodation in neighboring cities from a financial point of view. Tourists should take care of the accommodation near the center, as it is where most of the attractions are located.
- hostel in Düsseldorf. This modern hostel is located in the Oberkassel district and is also popular with families. The media harbor and the Carlstadt are just a kilometer away via the Rheinkniebrücke bridge.
- AO-Hostel/AO-Hotel, Hotel/Hostel in a good central location near the tram stop Luisenstraße
- Backpackers Düsseldorf (http://www.backpackers-düsseldorf.de/), hostel in a good central location on the Fürstenwall 180
- Hotel Orangerie, Bäckergasse 1. Tel: +49 211 86680-0, Fax: +49 211 86680-99, e-mail: [email protected]. Stylish hotel of the upper middle class in a beautiful and quiet part of the old town. Price: EUR 110-210.
- Guesthouse Hegger, Meerbuscher Str. 172.. Tel: +49 2159 912590, Mobile: +49 172 7516459, Fax: +49 2159 912592, e-mail: [email protected]üsseldorf.eu. Cozy furnished apartment in Meerbusch a few minutes from the city center and exhibition grounds with good public transport connections. Check-in: 2:00 PM Check-out: 11:00 AM facebook URL used twitter URL used youtube URL used
*** carathotel Düsseldorf, Benrather Str. 7a, 40213 Düsseldorf. Tel: +49 211 13050, Fax: +49 211 322214, e-mail: [email protected]üsseldorf.de. Price: EZ from 77 €, DZ from 105 €, per room and night including breakfast.
Breidenbacher Hof, a Capella Hotel, 5 stars, Königsallee 11.
- Auszeit Hotel Düsseldorf ・ Partner of SORAT Hotels, On'm Hennekamp 71, Tel: (0211) 302 05 90 - Non-smoking hotel with original service ideas. Centrally located in the Bilk district. business hotel.
- relexa hotel Airport Düsseldorf-Ratingen, Berliner Straße 95-97, 40880 Ratingen. Tel: +49 2102 458 0. The hotel is located in the heart of Düsseldorf. Right for business trips: Meeting rooms, small wellness and fitness area, restaurant, bar, café, summer terrace.
You can study at the Heinrich-Heine-Universität in Düsseldorf and at the Fachhochschule Düsseldorf, which is located in the north of Düsseldorf.
Dusseldorf has a number of restaurants in the city center for occasional work, often looking for temporary staff. But many supermarkets like "REWE" often offer jobs on a 400-euro basis.
Düsseldorf also has numerous works such as Daimler and Henkel, where young people can get a very good education.
Düsseldorf also allows businessmen who are only temporarily in the city to rent offices and find a quiet place to concentrate their work. An example of a provider of such day offices is COLLECTION Business Center.
The atmosphere (especially in the city center) is usually peaceful and operational. However, the area around the main railway station in particular has a drug scene which the police have been trying to fight for years. In the meantime, however, it has become much more pleasant in the train station itself at night thanks to the increased use of security forces. In the area of the train station front station at the bus and train stations, it is often the case that people are "snored", but this is not a danger in the case of polite denial (or, of course, a small donation).
Some areas of the city have a bad reputation (for example, Garath and Hellerhof in the south and Oberbilk), but with a little common sense you can get along very well in every neighborhood. The party parts in the old town around Bolkerstrasse can become quite rough at night (around 11 p.m. till the morning) when drunk teenagers move around.
Dusseldorf, as the capital of the country, is the home of political demonstrations from time to time.
- emergency department Kronenstraße 15, tel.: +49 (211) 986 75 - 55, right next to the Evangelical Hospital (ECC)
- Free, nationwide medical center: Tel: 116 117
- Tourist information at the main station, Immermannstraße 65b, tel.: 0211 - 17 202 0 [email protected]üsseldorf-tourismus.de
- Tourist Information Stadtmitte, Berliner Allee 33, (FinanzKaufhaus corner Steinstraße)
- Tourist Information Burgplatz, Burgplatz 2, Old Town
Internet cafes are available everywhere, where you can make cheap calls worldwide. The area code is 0211.
14. Exhibitions in inner-city catholic churches:
- Franziskanerkirche, Immermannstraße/Oststraße (near the main railway station). So: 10:00, 12:00; Mon-Fri: 3:30 PM
- St. Maximilian, also called "St. Max", Schulstraße/Maxplatz (Old Town). So: 10:00, 11:30, 18:00; Mo-Sa: 6:00 PM
- St. Andreas, Hunsrückenstraße (near the Kunsthalle, Old Town). So: 8:30, 11:00, 18:00; Mo-Sa: 12:00, 18:00 (except Fri)
- St. Lambertus Basilika minor, Foundation Square (Old Town). So: 10:30, 17:00; Mo-Sa: 5:00 PM
List of churches of all Christian denominations in Düsseldorf: 
- to Cologne
- Lake Unterbacher in the east of Düsseldorf; there are two beach baths (one with nudist area), camping, sailing, pedalo, barbecue, climbing garden, gastronomy, bike and walking
- Neanderthal Museum
- Rhine lignite area: The open-cast mine Garzweiler near Grevenbroich, Kaster near Bedburg and the open-cast mine Hambach (at 400 m depth it is considered the largest hole in the world).
- Duisburg - Port and Zoo
- In Cologne bay: Mettmann, Erkrath, Hilden, Langenfeld, Monheim am Rhein, Dormagen, Neuss, Meerbusch
- In the Ruhr area: Duisburg