In 2-3 days you will get a good impression of the city.
Düsseldorf is the city of fashion and art. Therefore, it is worthwhile to visit the Königsallee or the Kunstpalast. The Königsallee, short Kö, is the famous luxury shopping street of Düsseldorf. The 1-km-long luxury mile is a true paradise for shopping enthusiasts. In the Kunstpalast there are ever-changing exhibitions of paintings by famous artists like Dalí, Andy Warhol or Caspar David Friedrich. Besides paintings, there are also sculptures, handicrafts and the glass collection to see. Another popular sight of the city is the Rhine Tower with a view over the city and a revolving restaurant.
Life in Düsseldorf takes place mainly in the Old Town. It’s little wonder, with so many pubs, bars and shops next to each other. Those who are interested in Japanese culture will particularly appreciate the Japanese quarter in Düsseldorf. The Japanese community in Düsseldorf is very large, which is why the annual Japan Day also attracts guests from all over the world. In the Japanese quarter, also called Little Tokyo, there are restaurants, bookstores and the Japanese garden with a Buddhist temple.
The best time to visit Düsseldorf is in summer. You can visit the paradise beach at the Media Harbour when the sun is shining. Here you can lie on the fine sandy beach and admire the skyline of Düsseldorf's Old Town.
The hip 25hours Hotel Das Tour has bathtubs on the balconies from which you have a great view over the city. The 5-star Hotel Capella Breidenbacher Hof Düsseldorf is located directly at the Königsallee and spoils its guests with extra luxury. In the Henri Hotel Düsseldorf Downtown, you feel like you've travelled back in time. Everything is in the 70s look, even the clothing of the hotel team.