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The Wealthy city of Dusseldorf will capture you with classy restaurants, designer boutiques and fashionable streets. It is also just as beautiful and charming as the River Rhine that flows across its bustling hubs. Check out the all-inclusive holiday deals to Dusseldorf from Travel Center and discover this wondrous city. Many celebrities such as actors, models and football players live here. Not just for the exclusive ambiance but also for the relaxing vibes the city oozes. Media Harbour and Konigsallee boulevard are home to high end designer stores, classy restaurants and posh hotels. Leaving the trendy aside Dusseldorf is host to many festivals and trade-fairs ranging from fashion and yachting to water-sports. Baroque, Renaissance and Gothic architectural styles adorn the buildings, especially around the trendy Media Harbour region. Treat yourself to a ‘birds-eye’ view of the city from the TV Tower, Germany’s highest monument. Home to many breweries Alstadt region is where you should try a local favourite know as Alt. Carnival season is celebrated in keeping with tradition as is Christmas, where drinking traditional Gluhwein-Mulled wine and eating winter snacks is observed. Go to Dusseldorf for culture and age old traditions and discover the thriving night-life and cosmopolitan way of life. Simply book the all-inclusive holidays packages from Travel Center for cheap flights and affordable accommodation. Enjoy wonderful Dusseldorf!
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This lane is located inside the old town and is named after the main character in a popular theatre play in 1913. Packed with restaurants and bars many of them offer Spanish-American and Latino- American food. Also found here is the Wibble sculpture on which there is also a near invisible mouse only clearly visible from nearby.
The Burgplatz (Castle Square)
Situated next to the Rhine, there was a castle here once that belonged to the Earls of Berg. It was later reconstructed into a baroque palace that burned down in 1872 and in 1888 the ruins were removed completely with only a tower being left. It now has an inland navigation museum and a coffee shop.
St. Lambertus Basilica
This basilica was built with bricks in the Lower Rhine Gothic style and is a landscape of Dusseldorf. It’s most fascinating characteristic is its winding tower which was said to have become that way when a bride came to the alter pretending to be a virgin and the tower turned away in shame.
The Rheinturm which rises far above the city was built in 1982 near the state parliament. Some of the best views of the city can be experienced from this tower. The viewing platform is located 164 meters up while the full height of the tower itself is 235 meters and hosts the biggest digital clock in the world.
Well known for its Japanese Garden, Nordpark is one of the most beautiful gardens you will ever visit. It’s Japanese Garden transports you and makes you feel as if you are in Japan itself. It has flower gardens, fountains and a walking area and a space to play sports such as baseball.
Aquazoo – Lobbecke Musuem
The Aquazoo hosts a wide variety of water life from around the world. Its replica of a small tropical forest comes complete with butterflies, insects, crocodiles and alligators. It is also a natural science museum with 220,000 molluscs.
Any serious movie buff out there would cherish a visit to this amazing film museum which hosts a wide variety of film related equipment such as old movie cameras and projectors. The museum also has its own cinema which is called ‘The Black Box’ and four floors of space for exhibits such as ‘ Film and Politics’, ‘Film and Money’ and ‘Myths of the Present’.
This is Dusseldorf’s oldest museum which was first established in 1874. In 1963 it moved into the place where it is now located and a modern extension added in 1991. Its exhibits include prehistoric and early history artefacts, pottery, tools, clothing and paintings.
The Josephskapelle is a chapel that has a brick exterior and was originally built in 1716. The chapel was designed by Matteo Alberti. It was badly damaged during the Second World War and was rebuilt preserving its original form.
St. Andreas Church
This is a Jesuit church which was built in 1629 with an ornate galleried interior. Its mausoleum has the coffins of the Electors Palatine, the king makers of Germany. Its bright yellow colour make it a good landmark as it is easy to spot.