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Top things to do in Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf has many impressive places of interest around the city and it boasts about its impressive architecture, nightlife, shopping, culture and art. Furthermore, in the modernistic and posh city, there is a very high quality of life and nowadays it is considered as one of Germany’s wealthiest cities. In this article, we will give you some of the must-see places in Düsseldorf.

The Rheinturm (Rhine Tower)

The tallest building in the city stands at 218metres high and apart from that, it also has the world’s largest digital clock. The Rhine Tower offers 360degrees of picturesque views of the city.  In addition to that, while enjoying the spectacular scenery, you can dine at the Gunnewig restaurant at the top of the building.

Altstadt (Old Town)

If you enjoy drinking, then Altstadt is definitely the place for you. The locals refer to the old town as the Longest bar in the world. Here you can find hundreds of bars and nightclubs over a distance of half a square kilometer. Apart from its entertaining and exciting part, Altstadt is also home to ample beautiful architecture. Sightseeing by day, partying by night!

MedienHafen

This particular harbor in Düsseldorf did not follow the same style as many other cities, however, from what was once an old-dead harbor has now been reconstructed and reborn as the MedienHafen we know today. In this modernistic harbor, you can find ample architecture, nightclubs, bars restaurants and hotels. Apart from that, it is also home to many modern and high-tech buildings. In order to get a classic perspective of the MedienHafen, take a tour by a boat.

Neue Zollhof

If it is modernity that you are after, then make sure you visit the Neue Zollhof. Here you can find no boundaries when it comes to architecture and high-tech, savvy lifestyle.

Königsallee

As previously mentioned, one of the things Düsseldorf is known for is its unique shopping experiences. At Königsallee, you can find most of the top brands in the world, together with many outlets of designer clothing. The locals refer to this part of the city as Kö, which was renowned for rising of the model, Claudia Schiffer.

Kaiserswerth

Go back in time and visit one of the oldest places in the city. Within Kaiserswerth, you can find several points of interest, including; Baroque buildings, ancient ruins, Deaconess’ Institure of Kaiserswerth, and the famous, Royal Palace, dating back to the 10th century. Apart from its ancient traditional gems, Kaiserswerth is also known as the romantic part of the city.

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