How can you enjoy the sights in Düsseldorf while avoiding the crowds?

United Kingdom Gareth, United Kingdom

13 hours ago

All main attractions are well within walking distance and the public transport system is fabulous with regular tram, bus and underground trains to all parts of the city. The public transport system runs well into the night. I travelled home by underground after 0300 hours.
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    An Economic Centre on the River Rhine

    If you’re visiting Dusseldorf in February you’ll witness the bright parade of Carnival, if you visit in July you can take part in the Largest Fair on the Rhine. No matter what time of year you visit you will find a city bustling with festivals, art, music and museums.

    Much of the action occurs in the Old Town, otherwise known as the Longest Bar in the World due to the amount of cafes and bars serving a dark beer called “altbier”. The centre was faithfully reconstructed according to the city’s foundation walls after the Second World War and offers a historical insight to the city.

    Museums range in exhibitions from history at the Stadtmuseum, to fine art at Museum Kunst Palast and even to a museum dedicated to mustard. If shopping prevails over culture then head to the Königsallee, a picturesque strip of high-fashion shops set alongside a tree-lined canal.

    With Düsseldorf International Airport located only 12-minutes from the city centre, Düsseldorf is a great German vacation destination. makes your holiday even easier with over 200 hotels, apartments, and other accommodations to choose from.

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