7 Day Itinerary in DusseldorfEdit This
Located along Germany's famous Rhine River, Dusseldorf is one of the countries leading economic centers and is famous for its great nightlife and various activities.
You will probably fly into Dusseldorf International Airport, the third largest airport in Germany. From there it is pretty simple to get where you need to go, either by shuttle or taxi. Get checked into your hotel and get settled, then if you have time, go have dinner at one of Dusseldorf's many excellent restaurants.
Head into the Old City of Dusseldorf to get a feel for the city. During the daytime you can check out St. Andreas Church and the Castle Tower, while soaking up the atmosphere and doing some shopping. If you enjoy nightlife, stick around after the sun goes down to enjoy some of the best nightlife in the city.
The Benrath Palace is more than 200 years old, and is a great place to visit during your stay in Dusseldorf. Dating from the late Baroque era, the Benrath is definitely worth seeing, and it is located in a beautiful park that is nearly 62000 square meters.
Check out of few of Dusseldorf's museums during the day, and then head to the Rhine Tower for dinner. The restaurant is a little pricey, but it offers a 360 degree view of the city that is well worth it, particularly after the sun goes down.
Dusseldorf is famous for its fashion, so while you're here you should check out the Konigsallee, where you can find all the latest and greatest in European fashion.
Your last full day in Dusseldorf is your opportunity to try and cram in everything on your list that you haven't had a chance to do yet. If you're satisfied with the quality of your vacation, relax and just enjoy some people-watching at one of the cafes in the Old City.
Day 7On your way to the airport, stop off for one final authentic German meal. Zum Schiffchen and Robert's Bistro are two excellent but not to expensive options to enjoy the local cuisine.