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The capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, Düsseldorf (DUS) is known to most as a trade fair hub or city on the Rhine. Yet the beautiful Düsseldorf (DUS) Old Town, the hidden little alleyways and the lively squares make Düsseldorf (DUS) one of Germany's most beautiful destinations. Visitors can soak up the city's atmosphere in one of the many cafés and recover from a busy day trip. A city tour has many beautiful sights in store for visitors, such as cultural and historical churches, old buildings and numerous museums with different exhibitions throughout the year showcasing national and international artists. The area surrounding Düsseldorf (DUS) is also always worth a visit and offers many hiking and biking trails.
Düsseldorf (DUS) is poised between tradition and modernity, with the many sights showing the city's history. Book your Düsseldorf (DUS) flights now and go on a journey of discovery. On the way through the legendary Old Town, you will come across little alleyways, squares and of course the waterfront with its many cafés and restaurants. A visit to Düsseldorf (DUS) should definitely include a visit to the Kö (Königsallee), where more than 200 trees line this landmark boulevard. The MedienHafen boasts some unusual buildings and is a true example of sophisticated city architecture. The city's many museums house beautiful works by world-renowned artists, and of course many exhibitions of esteemed artists from around the world.
Düsseldorf (DUS) is also known as a museum city – see its many art collections for yourself and book your Düsseldorf (DUS) flights today. The City Museum is the city's oldest museum, housing hundreds of important paintings and objets d'art over three floors. Visitors can find prehistoric exhibits in the Neanderthal Museum and experience live archaeology in the in-house workshop. The medieval Imperial Palace and the gardens of the Eller and Heltorf castles are a little quieter. In the evenings, the many bars, pubs and restaurants serve regional dishes and drinks.