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What to do in Dusseldorf?

Sail away...

Medien Hafen in Düsseldorf:  Art, communication and creativity describe the docks of Düsseldorf. Come and visit one of the well-known and futuristic ports in Germany. International architectures created a unique atmosphere. Admire the ancient trading port with classical quay walls and cast-iron bollards and visited one of the many restaurants and bars in the harbor. . More information, reservation and prices can be found here

"Alt" doesn´t taste old…

Old Town in Düsseldorf: A good selection of museums and art galleries can be found in the district of old town. But it's not only known for its intellectual stimulation but for its wide selection of bars and restaurants. Visit the longest bar in the world and enjoy a cold beer. More information can be found here

What to do in Dusseldorf on rainy days.

The cherry blossom of Düsseldorf...

EKÖ – House of Japanese Culture: Did you know that the largest Japanese community is living in Dusseldorf? The EKÖ-House is really important in the cultural exchange between the East and West. You can visit the EKÖ- house, which was founded in 1993 and explore a Buddhist temple, a traditional house and a beautiful Japanese garden. Opening times and prices can be found here

The Beauty in pink...

Schloss Benrath: Schloss Benrath is a splendid Baroque palace constructed between 1756 and 1773. Not just the outside is outstanding. Highlights include the palace's sumptuous interior, as well as a stroll around its huge park and gardens. Schloss Benrath is home to three excellent museums focusing on various aspects of life in the 18th century: in the main palace building is Museum Corps de Logis, showcasing the history of Benrath and its architecture, while the equally interesting Museum for Landscape Art and the Natural Science Museum are situated in other park buildings. Upcoming events and more information can be found here

Food and drinks in Dusseldorf.

More than Sushi...

OKINII: Japanese food is so much more than just sushi! Okinii is more than just Japanese food. It offers everything sushi, soup, salads, finger food, and even teppanyaki grill dishes. Thanks to its modern concept, Okinii is both a culinary and a digital experience. For a fixed rate you can order all you can eat using an iPad, as well as dine stylishly à la carte. More information and dates can be found here

Foxy drinks...

Brauerei im Füchschen: Those who enjoy Altbier (top-fermented dark beer) and Rhenish cuisine but find the usual breweries too traditional should certainly give the Füchschen a go. Just like other brewery pubs, you can enjoy your ‘Alt’ outside when the weather is good. Menu and special promotions can be found here

Overnight in Dusseldorf.

Arty farty...

BURNS art hotel: The BURNS Art Hotel is a jewel amongst the hotels in Düsseldorf. Following extensive refurbishment and meticulous restoration of the stucco façade of the “Gründerzeit building” dating from 1890, the hotel offers a unique atmosphere of history, architecture, design and art. The elegantly furnished rooms in a minimalistic Asian design invite you to relax. Prices and availability can be found here

The classic way...

NOVUM Hotels: In Düsseldorf, it is sometimes difficult to find the right hotel. With the hotels of the NOVUM Group you have a whole selection directly at hand and can do little wrong. An overview of the hotels and reservation can be found here

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