Our hotspots


Königsallee kurz KÖ

Königsallee, or “KÖ” for short, is a paradise for all the crème de la crème shopping freaks. The 1 km long luxury avenue becomes the catwalk of the fashionable and also the exciting nightlife mile.

It is one of the leading luxury shopping streets in Europe. Characteristic for its design are the moat and the impressive old tree population


The Rhine Tower is probably THE landmark of the city of Düsseldorf. It stands directly on the banks of the Rhine and marks the entrance to Düsseldorf’s media harbor. The TV tower, which is around 240 meters high, was completed in 1982. It is the tenth highest television tower in Germany.

You should definitely treat yourself to the view from a height of 168 meters and go up there. From up there you have a magnificent view over Düsseldorf. In good weather, the view even extends to the nearest Rhine metropolis, Cologne.


The Medienhafen is a Düsseldorf sight you must see. It is a hodgepodge of different architectural styles and buildings designed by many renowned architects. Walking through the Media Harbor, you can discover buildings designed by architects David Chipperfield, Joe Coenen, Steven Holl and Claude Vasconi. The “New Customs Yard” with its crooked silhouette by architect Frank O. Gehry is considered the port’s flagship. The harbor also leaves nothing to be desired in terms of culinary delights. Linger here over small delicacies.


This world-famous and lively district of Düsseldorf is not to be missed. The old town is only about half a square kilometer in size, but it has a lot to offer. About 260 pubs are located here. There are also many home breweries, which you can discover on a guided tour or on your own. Among the most famous breweries are




It’s best to book your brewery tour online before your weekend trip. On the homepages of the breweries you will find what you are looking for.

In addition to the famous Düsseldorf Alt-Bier, Düsseldorf’s old town also has many other sights to offer. Take a walk through the many small alleys of the historic district and stroll along the Rhine promenade, which is only a few minutes’ walk from the old town.


Every year again!

At Advent time, the Christmas markets open on various squares in Düsseldorf. A stroll through Düsseldorf’s city center is a wonderful event during the pre-Christmas period.

What is special about Düsseldorf? The Ferris wheel, of course! But not only that, the atmospheric Christmas market is not staged centrally as a huge fair, as is common in other cities, but at several locations in the bustling city center quite individually.

Hop on Hop off

Get on the sightseeing bus and enjoy Düsseldorf’s highlights. With the open-top double-decker bus you will discover the city in an easy and comfortable way.

The full route takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes. However, your ticket is valid for the whole day, so you can get on and off as you please and explore the city on your own and at your own pace.

Take the bus through the center of our lively Rhine metropolis.
Learn more about each sight and about the history of the city. Through the 10 language audio commentary on board you will understand everything.