Old Town

The Longest Bar in the World: locals and tourists meet here, here celebrate bachelor parties and trade fair visitors, here are football and ice hockey fans welcome, as well as students and bowling clubs. This is the Old Town. The heart of Dusseldorf. With spots for everyone. At Bolker Straße it is a bit louder and rougher, at Ratinger Straße you'll find more students and locals. Everyone meets in front of Uerige, eats at Schneider-Wibbel-Gasse and on Berger Straße. And dancing? No worries: Quartier Bohème, Stone, Schickimicki, Elephant Bar, Sir Walter - there is a lot going on.

The nickname "Longest Bar in the World" does not come from a single bar, but from the many bars, pubs and breweries you'll find here next to each other.

An important tip: in the breweries, the waiters - here called Köbesse - bring a new beer until you place your beer mat on your empty glass. That means: I have enough.

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Old Town is roughly located between Ratinger Straße in the north, Heinrich-Heine-Allee in the east, Carlsplatz in the south and Rheinuferpromenade in the west.

Google Maps


Subway: U70, U71, U72, U73, U74, U75, U76, U77, U78, U79, U83 (Stop Heinrich-Heine-Allee U)
Bus: 805, 817, NE3, NE4, NE7, SB50 (Stop Heinrich-Heine-Allee)

Opening Hours

Open all day


No admission in all bars, pubs, breweries and restaurants. In clubs you'll pay an entry fee and/or you'll have to have a minimum consuming of drinks.

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