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Kaiserpfalz

The ruin of the Kaiserpfalz is only a small part of a gigantic complex, built in 1184 by Emperor Friedrich I. Barbarossa. Here you can feel the history, because in this place many relevant events took place. Visitors can book guided tours to learn more about the Kaiserpfalz and its history. There is no entrance fee, however, the facility is only open from Good Friday to October, 31st. Daily from 9am to 6pm. Next door there is a nice beer garden, from where you have a great view on the Rhine.

The ruin lies near the historical suburb Kaiserswerth, where you can find lovely cafés and restaurants. It's worth a visit.

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ADDRESS

Burgallee
40489 Düsseldorf

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PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Bus: 728, 749, 751, 760 (Stop Kaiserpfalz)
Tram: U79 (Stop Kittelbachstraße)
You can also take the U79 to Klemensplatz and walk through the historical Kaiserswerth (approx. 10 min.) 

Opening Hours

From Good Friday until October, 31st
daily 9am until 6pm

COSTS

no entrance fee

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