Chilling and dancing on fine sand, DJs are playing house tunes next to the river
Open Air Cinema on the riverbanks. With a view on the skyline of Duesseldorf.
Once a year Duesseldorf is the hotspot for all camping fans. 250.000 visitors are expected.
Welcome to Europes largest Openair-Food-Festival: Over 100.000 visitors come to Königsallee.
The Rhine Tower is Duesseldorfs highest and most famous sightseeing spot.
The Media Harbour (Medienhafen) is Duesseldorfs most modern suburb. A sightseeing spot for fancy architecture and good for dinner.
This is unique in Germany! Nowhere else do so many Japanese live, as in Duesseldorf - over 6500.
Japan Day (Japantag) is a real highlight in Duesseldorf.
Kiefernstrasse (german for pine road) is the most colorful street in Duesseldorf
Every year, around four million visitors come to the biggest Funfair on the Rhine
Koenigsallee (german for Kings Alley) is Duesseldorfs most famous street.
The Aquazoo in Duesseldorf is a mix of a zoo and a Natural History Museum.
The Rhine embankment promenade is one of the most beautiful places in Duesseldorf.
A Highlight in Duesseldorf: You can visit Benrath Palace inside with a guided tour.
Parklife is a picnic event in Duesseldorf and a real insider tip. Without entrance fee, in changing places.
The annual Asphalt Festival brings art to the streets - and thus to the people.
Next to the EVK-Hospital are street bollards decorated in a great way.
The ruin of the Kaiserpfalz is only a small part of a gigantic complex, built in 1184 by Friedrich I. Barbarossa.
Here, the locals meet on warm summer evenings, sit down on the quay wall or stand next to it and enjoy their Altbeer.
When winter is coming, the locals of Duesseldorf grab their skates and go to Koenigsallee.
Eight-time German Ice Hockey Champion Duesseldorfer EG is playing it's Home games at ISS Dome.
Beautiful Lights: Graves, Mausoleums and the Chapel are illuminated on November, 1st
Enjoy food, drinks and music at the Rhine
The Japanese Garden is a gem in the northwest of the North Park. There is no entrance fee
They are life-size and almost look like real people. Ten sculptures stand on advertising pillars.
Great photo location: Millions of crocuses bloom for about two weeks.
A monument of great detail and history.
Enjoy French food and beverages next to the river: Around 100.000 visitors come to the France Festival in July.
The Festival of electronic pop music on the Horse Race Course. Different. Surprising. Fresh. Simply good.
Free Live Concerts all over Duesseldorf. Changing bands, changing locations. But always: Free Entry
Well-trained athletes, brilliant atmosphere. The Beachtour stops in Duesseldorf for three days
The little brother of the Circus: Acrobatics and Show in an intimate atmosphere
Photo location, street art and a romantic place for kissing: The Luminous Benches in Hofgarten
On Inlineskates rolling through Düsseldorf. With thousands of other skate-enthusiasts.
Clocks and dragons? Huh? YES! There are two works of art opposite each other at Duesseldorf Volksgarten.
You are a Jazz-Fan? Great! Enjoy Live-Music in Old Town. There is no entry fee.
The only Buddhist in Europe is located in: Duesseldorf! The EKŌ-House has even more to explore.
Schlosspark Benrath is the ideal place for a walk, sunbathing or BBQ in Duesseldorf.
See oldtimer and real eye-catcher: these proud machines were once normal vehicles of city ransport.