Düsseldorf travel guide

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You're Going to Love Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf is a center for commerce and the arts, with a striking collection of avant-garde buildings. It's also home to the "longest bar in the world" - a string of over 260 bars, lounges, and nightclubs in the Altstadt. Düsseldorf welcomes visitors with a hospitable flair and a lot to offer.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Düsseldorf

When to Visit Düsseldorf

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Most visitors come to Düsseldorf between April and October, when daily temperatures are 60 degrees Fahrenheit or above, however, there is a stream of tourism to the city year round.

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How to Get to Düsseldorf

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Where to Stay in Düsseldorf

Stay in regal period splendor at the Hotel Windsor, with antique furnishings in a converted century mansion. The Hotel Mondial offers stylish modern accommodations in comfortable rooms.

Popular Neighborhoods in Düsseldorf

Most popular hotel in Düsseldorf by neighbourhood

Stadtmitte

Where to stay in popular areas of Düsseldorf

Most booked hotels in Düsseldorf

How to Get Around Düsseldorf

The Cost of Living in Düsseldorf

Shopping Streets

The best shopping in the city is centered around Königsallee, where you can stroll along the landscaped canal between your purchases.

Groceries and Other

You'll find a wide range of products and reasonable prices at REWE city and Kaufland. A gallon of milk costs about EUR2.75, and a dozen eggs about EUR2.60.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
S$ 21.70
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
S$ 130.07
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
S$ 3.76
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
S$ 3.97

Where to Eat in Düsseldorf

Carlsplatz occupies an old fruit market, offering a huge array of options that include cafe-style fare, high-end vendors, takeaway, and much more, with mains starting at only EUR5. Münstermann Kontor is a modern bistro, with locally sourced ingredients and a seasonal menu that starts at EUR20.