Top 5 Must Do's in Dusseldorf

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Known for its high quality of life, Dusseldorf offers fascinating places to see and things to do. Located on the banks of the River Rhine, it's an elegant city that is world-famous for its fashion and trade fairs. Here are the Top 5 Must Do's on your trip to Dusseldorf.

1: Visit Altstadt

Altstadt is Dusseldorf's old town, and known as the world’s longest bar. Dusseldorf’s native beer, Altbier, is plentiful. Find more than 250 bustling pubs, home-brew taverns, restaurants and cafes within walking distance. Shoppers and fashionistas will delight in the rows of shops and boutiques that were converted out of old-style houses.

Best of all, you don’t have to worry about traffic while you explore Altstadt on foot. Traffic flows underground through the Rhine embankment tunnel, so pedestrians can walk the Rhine promenade while admiring the views of the River Rhine, the Rhine tower and the beautiful city of Dusseldorf. If you have extra time, choose from several historic museums along the Altstadt.

2: Go Shopping

Königsallee, which is referred to simply as Kö by locals, is the traditional fashion center for Dusseldorf, and presents many high-end fashion stores. Also ideal for pedestrians, the Kö offers a new promenade that is two kilometers long. You can see all the latest European styles while walking from store to store on the promenade.

3: Appreciate Art

Art lovers will not want to miss the Museum Kunst Palast, which holds one of the finest art collections of the Rhineland. This museum was restructured, renovated and renamed, and re-opened in 2001.

The Museum Kunst Palast presents exclusive collections and exhibits, including a painting gallery, a modern art collection and a graphic arts collection. It also offers tours and guidance for schools, special holiday programs and birthday parties.

4: Culture and History Museum

Museum lovers will also enjoy the oldest museum in Dusseldorf: the Stadtmuseum. This historic museum boasts an amazing collection of the culture, history and arts of Dusseldorf.
 
You’ll learn about urban development and industrialization of Dusseldorf, and enjoy coffee and cakes from the museum’s café, Spoerl in the Ey.

5: Visit the Palace

While you’re in Dusseldorf, be sure to see the late-Baroque Benrath Palace. This majestic castle is more than 200 years old, and is located in a beautiful park with the original settings restored.

With all of these attractions, museums, theaters, art galleries, concert halls, shopping, restaurants and bars, there is more to see in Dusseldorf than you can imagine. Plan your trip carefully so you can see and do as much as possible while you are there.

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