One of the wealthiest cities in Germany, Dusseldorf is a wonderful place to spend a few days.
Fashionistas will love the Königsallee, where you will find boutiques of all the top fashion houses. If you’ve got cash to burn, this is the place to do it, but it’s also fun for people watching.
For more free fun take a walk along the Rheinuferpromenade, the revitalized promenade on the banks of the Rhine. You can also admire the port area, developed with buildings designed by famous architects like Frank Gehry.
The Old Town is also worth a visit, especially if you want to go out for the night. It’s here the city’s best bars and clubs are found, and it’s a lot of fun. To get a view over town you can climb the Rhine Tower for around $10. You can look down over the city and the river from 170 meters up.
Art lovers will adore Dusseldorf’s two main exhibition spaces, K20 and K21. They house the art collection of the local government, which mainly covers 20th-century art by the likes of Paul Klee, Picasso and Jackson Pollock. It’s well worth a visit on a rainy day.
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