Dusseldorf Holidays

Located on the banks of the beautiful Rhine river, Dusseldorf can best be described as high-energy, modern, fashion-forward business and media city. Although it may not offer as much old-world charm as other German cities, it definitely holds its own as a tourist destination, with sights such as Rheinturm and Rheinuferpromenade. It is claimed that ... Read more
Dusseldorf, with it modern architecture and fashion houses, offers visitors one of the best shopping experiences in all of Germany. The city also has a rich nightlife and abundant restaurants offering some of the best Asian food in Germany due to its high concentration of Asian immigrants. For a taste of Thai cuisine, head to Sila-Thai.

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Things to see and do in Dusseldorf

  • Rheinuferpromenade (Rhine Embankment Promenade)
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    Sights and Museums, Outdoors, Landmark, Harbour or Marina
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  • Königsallee
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    Sights and Museums, Shopping, Scenic Lookout
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  • Rheinturm
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    Sights and Museums, Outdoors, Landmark, Scenic Lookout
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  • Schloss Benrath
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    Sights and Museums, Performing Arts, Outdoors, Children's Activities, Entertainment
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Top Dusseldorf restaurants

  • Feinkost Fladi
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    Mediterranean, Sandwich
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  • Grillmeister
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    Fast Food, German, Hot Dogs
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  • La Brisella
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    Italian
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  • Pure Pastry
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    Ice Cream and Desserts, Bakery
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Dusseldorf reviews

  • 9.8
    Outdoor Enthusiasts
  • 8.8
    Family Travellers
  • 7.5
    History Buffs
  • 7.5
    Adventure Travellers
  • 7.4
    Art & Design Lovers

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San Jose

Such a great city. Another great place to grab a coffee (or cocktail-to-go from the riverside bars) and walk along the Rhine.

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Valletta

Grobe museum in the centre of Dusseldolf dated back to the 18 th century ;))

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Berlin

Dusseldorf is the nearest major German city to me so I was excited to get back into the German way of things (at least for one day), do some shopping and enjoy myself. I guess I was just expecting more. There was nothing very special about Dusseldorf. If I was interested in the modern art museums and the high-end shopping it would have been fine, but neither appealed. Besides walking in the parks and along the river, there wasn't much else to do. With a large amount of construction going on as well, aesthetically it wasn't very interesting. Next time I'll probably just stay on the train an extra 30 minutes to go to Cologne.

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Antibes

This is a city that you would visit in your dreams, your desire is to stay asleep only because the experience is so complete, that movement of this spirit involvement is so real it's making your vision dream actually alive while living it in your dreams.

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London

I know it mostly as an international travel hub in the old days, but recently had cause to revisit that view. Liveable, walkable with great music scene and thriving downtown.

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First to Review

Do you like roast pork? I do! Here it is just cook just right for you. Bon appetit :)

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A must go is of course "Japantown" if you enjoy real Asian food !

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Local from Dusseldorf

EKO House of japanese culture

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Taipei

Interesting buildings.

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Huddersfield

'Karneval' is amazing!

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