Guided tours in Düsseldorf

You can book more than 12 tours, tickets to museums, and skip-the-line passes to the main sights in Düsseldorf.

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A guide for first-time visitors to Düsseldorf

Whether you're just visiting Dsseldorf for a day or you're spending a longer period of time, there are many activities that you can do while you're in town. If you're looking to do something a little different, you might want to try a guided pub crawl, or check out some of the local attractions.


Whether you're shopping for fashion, art, or architecture, there are plenty of things to do in Dusseldorf. This city is home to a lot of museums and historic landmarks, as well as a number of gardens. If you're looking for a unique experience, consider spending one day in Dusseldorf. It has a laid-back, hipster vibe.

If you're traveling in spring or summer, you'll be able to enjoy some boat tours on the Rhine. The Rhine Tower is the tallest building in Dusseldorf, and its observation deck gives you a bird's-eye view of the city. You can also find a revolving restaurant and bar here.

If you're a foodie, you can sample delicious Japanese foods in Schadowstrasse. You can also sample some local beer in the Old Town.

The Museum of Art in Dusseldorf has a lot of impressive art. There are exhibits ranging from ancient works to modern masterpieces. You can also enjoy theatrical performances and classical concerts here.

If you're looking for a good spot to take pictures, you can't go wrong in Konigsallee. This upscale street is lined with boutiques and high-end department stores.

Another place to visit in Dusseldorf is the Museum Kunstpalast. The gallery features artwork from the 3rd century to present. You can also check out a number of art galleries, including the K20, which specializes in contemporary art. Some of the works displayed here include pieces by Picasso and Jackson Pollock.


Kaiserpfalz Ruins

Located on the banks of the Rhine River in Dusseldorf, Kaiserpfalz Ruins are one of the oldest monuments in the city. They are more than a thousand years old, and have stood for that long as a defense for the city. They are free to visit, and open between April and October.

There are numerous buildings around the former palace. They were constructed of stones taken from the original palace.

Aside from being the center of the Holy Roman Empire, Kaiserpfalz was also the site of intrigue over the centuries. Several Emperors visited the place. The imperial castle is not very well-preserved. The walls are huge and thick. Some have a thickness of up to 15 feet.

During World War II, the Kaiserpfalz was a training ground for the Hitler Youth. It was also used as a shrine for soldiers who died in the two world wars.

You can also enjoy the views of the city from the observation deck on the Rheinturm. It is a 240 meter tall tower. It has an impressive sculpture of the Lichtzeitpegel.

There are also many cafes and restaurants along the Rhineuferpromenade. The area is a great place to take in the scenery and relax. There are also outdoor summer concerts held in the courtyard.

You can get to Kaiserpfalz Ruins by taking the U79 bus. It will take about two hours to reach the ruins from Dusseldorf.

Kaiserpfalz Ruins


Located in the center of Dusseldorf, Immermannstrasse is one of the most famous streets in the city. It's a main traffic artery in the German metropolis. It is also known as Little Tokyo, and is a street named after a renowned dramatist, Karl Immermann.

While there are many places to visit in the city, the best way to see the town is to go out and explore its historic neighborhoods. A good place to start is the old town, which is home to one of the prettiest promenades along the Rhine river. Other attractions include the NRW Forum, the Museum Kunst Palast, and the Dusseldorf Schauspielhaus.

Another area worth checking out is the Little Tokyo Quarter, which is located between the old town and the main train station. This area is a cultural hotspot with galleries, karaoke bars, ceramic shops, and Japanese supermarkets. It also houses some of the city's best restaurants.

If you're looking for a good noodle soup, check out Takumi Café. Their Ramen is hearty and inexpensive. They offer several locations, including one in the Mediahafen.

The Tokyo Lounge is a good choice if you're a sushi fan. You'll find an excellent selection of vegan and sushi-related education, plus unlimited sushi. They're less busy than other shops nearby.

The NRW Forum, which is housed in the Ehrenhof Complex of District 1, is a great place to see a variety of art and photography, and hosts the work of a number of star photographers.


Located on the Rhine River, Dusseldorf is a city that is bursting with culture. The city has a variety of museums and art galleries, and the area is home to many historic landmarks.

If you have only a day to explore the city, the best way to see it is by taking a Hop on Hop off bus. The Hop on Hop off bus is a short, inexpensive route that passes through a number of neighborhoods and is a great way to get around.

If you want to see the main sights of the city, there are a number of sightseeing tours you can take. You can also visit several parks in the city, such as the Rheinpark, which offers a riverside beach and an open air cinema.

The Old Town of Dusseldorf is a charming district with cobbled streets and historic buildings. It's also the perfect place to enjoy some gluhwein at a Christmas market. You can also go on a cooking class in the area.

The area has several art galleries, as well as some good shopping options. You can find traditional German stores and boutiques, as well as large department stores on Schadowstrasse.

The K20 museum is an art museum that highlights some of the best works from the 20th century. It includes works from artists such as Picasso and Andy Warhol.

If you have time, check out the Kaiserpfalz Ruins, which are located in the Kaiserswerth district. The ruins are free to explore. They are an interesting look at the history of the area.

Grunes Haus

Located in the Stockum district of Dusseldorf, Grunes Haus offers guests comfortable rooms and amenities. This hotel is a short walk from the city center and a great place to stay for a day or weekend getaway. The hotel has a variety of amenities, including free WiFi, a terrace, non-smoking rooms, and luggage storage.

This upscale hotel is a great choice for travelers seeking a luxurious and elegant setting in the heart of Dusseldorf. Its interiors feature a sophisticated architectural style that showcases splendor around every corner. Visitors can also enjoy a fitness area and a spa. The spa features five private treatment rooms, a whirlpool, and a gym. There is also a yoga program and a dry sauna.

Guests can enjoy a variety of sightseeing tours in Dusseldorf. The town's proximity to the Rhine River and the surrounding countryside makes it an ideal destination for a weekend getaway. During summer, the city hosts a number of outdoor festivals and events. Some of the popular ones are the Paradiesstrand food and wine festival, the Festival of German Cinema, and the Rheinpark International Film Festival.

There are a number of world-class museums in Dusseldorf. The Museum of Art, for example, displays artwork from the 3rd century to the present. Other attractions include the Museum Kunstpalast, which features a collection of paintings, sculptures, and drawings. It also offers theatrical performances.

Guided pub crawl

Whether you are a local, a tourist, or an international traveler, a guided pub crawl in Dusseldorf is the perfect way to experience the city's famous nightlife. You can choose between public or private tours, or opt for a combination of the two.

The city of Dusseldorf is known for its breweries and beer culture, and a pub crawl is the ideal way to sample their offerings. There are a few breweries in the city, including Im Fuchschen and the famous "Golden Kettle" brewery, which has been brewing its beer in the area since 1640.

The best thing about a guided pub crawl is that you get to see the places where people drink the most. You also have the chance to meet new people.

There are various pubs to choose from in the Altstadt, the oldest part of the city. Some are traditional breweries that are connected to large pubs. If you are looking for a craft beer experience, you might want to try the Holy Craft Beer Bar, which offers a flight of beers from around the world.

There are also plenty of Irish pubs to check out in the city. Some of them include Tir Na Nog, McLaughlin's, and O'Reilly's Irish Pub.

There are some other notable places to drink in the city, too. For example, the Ratinger Strasse is a street of altbier pubs. These are very popular on the weekends. The beer is cheap and comes in tiny glasses.

Excursions and day trips in Düsseldorf

Getting around Dusseldorf with day trips is a great way to see the city. There are many tourist attractions, including art museums and modern architecture, in the city. You can find out which are the best to visit in the city on the Dusseldorf Culture Guide.

One of the top sights in Dusseldorf is the Rhine promenade. This promenade is located on the banks of the Rhine and offers incredible views. There are also several cafes to relax in and enjoy a cup of coffee.

For a more historical experience, you can visit Kaiserwerth. Kaiserwerth is a suburb of Dusseldorf and has historical remnants of the former Kaiserpfalz palace. The ruins are open to visitors and are free to explore. There are also a number of activities to enjoy, such as boating on the lake.

If you have kids, you can visit the Dusseldorf Zoo. This is a fun excursion for the whole family. Children will love interacting with the animals. It is also a good idea to take a tour of the zoo.

Another popular Dusseldorf excursion is to visit the Landschaftspark. This is a large public park located in an old steel plant. It features hiking trails and a ropes course. There is also a tower that offers amazing city views. There are also several museums in the park, including the Museum Ludwig.

If you are looking for something more active, you can visit the Langenfeld Wasserski water park. This is a short train ride from Dusseldorf. The park has water sports, classes, and more.

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