Dusseldorf is a modern city in Germany
This city is famous for destinations like Königsallee, Rhine Tower, and Schloss Benrath to visit
Souvenir-Düsseldorf and Düsseldorfer Löwensenf GmbH for shopping lovers
Also, there are Bob & Mary and Himmel & Aehd for food lovers
Have a great nightlife at Uerige
While you are in the city, stay at Hotel Windsor for the best comfort
Rhine Tower is an amazing tower in Dusseldorf. It's the tallest building in the city with 240.5 meters high. This tower was finished in 1981. It's old but stunning. Also, there is a good restaurant and an observation deck you can visit too. The observation deck opens from 10 AM to 11.30 PM. Don't forget to see the light sculpture clock, designed by Horst H. Baumann. He built the largest digital clock in the world you should check out.
Königsallee is a famous area in downtown city. This place is called Kö by locals. It's a luxurious street with many wonderful restaurants and shops. But, this area is also famous for its beautiful landscape and river you won't miss. If you come on Friday, there is the Gourmet Festival Dusseldorf to join. This is open from 10 AM to 8 PM every day except Sundays.
Come to Souvenir-Düsseldorf to get something to bring home. This shop is popular for its wide variety of souvenirs and gifts. You can also get Dusseldorf's cuckoo clocks here. Another cool shop to go is Düsseldorfer Löwensenf GmbH. It's a little shop located in the old town. Dusseldorf is known for its mustards. So, here is a popular shop for you to buy the authentic jars of mustards.
When you come to Dusseldorf, try its authentic Himmel and Erde. This cuisine is made of black pudding, potatoes, and apple sauce. Rheinischer böbbekooche is also a famous food from Dusseldorf. It's a potato cake. You can get food almost everywhere in the city. For drinks, there is killepitsch, a herb liqueur to try.
Most people in Dusseldorf speak German. It's also the official language. But, there are many foreigners live in the city. The minority of spoken languages in Dusseldorf are English, Turkish, Italian, Greek, and Japanese. This city is also known as a modern city. But, it has an annual cultural carnival, like Dusseldorf Helau and Museums Night Düsseldorf.
The best time to visit Dusseldorf is during the summer or spring. It's from mid-May to mid-September. During those months, the temperature is mild and the weather is pleasant.
Stay at Avidon Art & Design Hotel. This hotel is so cozy and artsy, filled by cool artworks in every room. Avidon is located a 2-minute walk from the Unterrath tram stop, 2 km from Düsseldorf International Airport, and 5 km from the Messe Düsseldorf exhibition center. You can also stay at Hotel Windsor. It's a cultural-designed hotel located 1.9 km from Königsallee and3.9 km from the Rheinturm tower.
Bob & Mary is a famous hamburger restaurant you must visit while in the city. This restaurant has delicious and unforgettable tastes of burgers. Also, don't forget to order its delicious lemonade or craft beer too. To get authentic foods, you can come to Himmel & Aehd. This local restaurant has the best Himmel and Erde you must try. Also, there are other delicious options like its Pork Knuckle and Wiener Schnitzel.
Come to Cafe Hüftgold to relax. This cafe offers its fantastic homemade cakes and coffees to complete your day. Also, there are vegan options for vegetarians. This cafe provides a nice terrace to sit with friends too. Another cafe to visit is Cafe Kasbah. It's a cafe with an oriental vibe and various menus for a nice morning. Offering tasty soups, flatbreads, hummus, ginger tea, and even cocktails.
The Irish Pub Bei Fatty - Fatty's is a good option to enjoy your night. This pub provides darts to play and football to watch. Also, they have delicious Mexican foods and ciders you must try. Not only that Irish Pub, but there is also Uerige to visit. It's a brewpub, the perfect place for beer lovers. They have local beers and delicious Rhineland cuisine to offer.
K20, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen is an amazing museum in Dusseldorf, housing modern and contemporary artworks that will amaze you. Go to see its Edvard Munch, Ai Wei Wei, and Paul Klee exhibitions. Also, come to Schloss Benrath to explore its big area, an 18th-century palace with a lake & ornate gardens, classic interiors, and its great museum.
Come to Kaiserpfalz Kaiserswerth to get a scenic view for taking pictures. This area is the remains of 12th-century castle. It also has a lovely river & countryside views. Another good spot is Hofgarten. It's a gorgeous park with green space, colorful flowers, and Henry Moore's sauce sculpture that you can use as your background.