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Cheap Flights to Dusseldorf

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A Lavish City
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Uncovering Düsseldorf    

Düsseldorf is a modern and aristocratic city with strong culture, history and striking places to discover. The city is divided in to two halves by the River Rhine, which is considered as one of the longest rivers in Europe. Famous amongst the locals, the river is the center point for folks to enjoy nightlife in the nearby cafés and bars or just a stroll. People also plan a get together on sunny days by the river with friends or family for a picnic or to try their hands at boating. The urban appeal of the city is aided by its modern architecture that comprises contemporary office buildings, shops, apartments and restaurants. Book a cheap flight to Düsseldorf and get a chance to explore the beauty of this city. 

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Love experimenting with your taste buds? Then you won’t get disappointed with the city as it delivers a diverse culinary experience that not only includes a wide range of local dishes but also Mexican, French, Moroccan, English, Argentinian and other international platters. While roaming in the city you would observe an extensive Japanese culture which is why Düsseldorf is called “Japan’s capital on the Rhine.” The city gives shelter to approximately 12000 Japanese people. The city is home to Eko Haus Japanese temple, Japanese Garden and celebrates various Japanese festival including the prestigious Japan Day. Book a low cost flight to Düsseldorf and have a great time.

Popular Tourist Attractions

The Embankment Promenade- Enjoy at the city’s lovely riverside by visiting the Embankment Promenade. This long riverbank adds a distinctive Mediterranean flavor to the city. While one side of the lane is lined with multiple galleries, shops, cafés and restaurants, the other side has Rhine River. People visiting here will never get bored because of the endless opportunities for sightseeing and observing people. The place witnesses a mix crowd including both the locals and the tourists. Many hotels are located near the promenade. So, book a hotel here to stay in close proximity of the fun side of the city.

Museum Kunstpalast- This museum exhibits artwork from the 3rd century BC to present day. It has a classic collection that depicts fine art such as sculptures, drawings, graphic art, photos and even applied art. The main spotlight of the collection, however, focuses on the collection of glass by Helmut Hentrich and rare Italian Baroque works. Contemporary collection includes the creations of Caravaggio who has helped strengthen the foothold of modern art in our world. The museum also keeps the audience entertained and engaged with various theatrical performances and classical concerts.

The Hofgarten- The north of the city is blessed with the Hofgarten, which is a gorgeous park established in 1770. The park stretches from the old town to Königsallee to the banks of River Rhine. Inspired by the English landscape style, this park showcases a delightful scenic beauty which includes widespread meadows, wooded areas and several brooks and ponds. It is perfect for all those who want some time amidst tranquility.

Neanderthal Museum- Are you keen on investigating the history of mankind? Well, then this is the right place for you to visit. This museum is located on the outskirts of Düsseldorf where visitors get a chance to take a stroll and explore the various stages of human history and evolution. It features a wide collection of human fossils and life-size sculptures of early humans. Also, you will get the chance to discover the vastness of archaeological information housed in the museum. Grab the best flight deals to the city and brush up your knowledge about the archaic humans.

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Getting Around in the City

  • Metro
  • Trams
  • Buses
  • Skytrains
  • Rental cars

Other Popular Cities to Visit

  • Krefeld
  • Monchengladbach
  • Duisburg
  • Oberhausen
  • Wuppertal
  • Essen

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Interested in attending the Springtime Carnival of the city? Then book a flight to Düsseldorf in February. During the Springtime Carnival, countless people gather across the city to socialize and have fun in bars, public squares and even on the streets.

Even shopaholics won’t get disappointed with the city because Konigsallee is a world-class exclusive shopping street where you can shop from high-end fashion showrooms and flagship stores like Hermès, Bulgari, Prada and Armani. If you wish to shop within budget then you can explore the neighboring shopping street Flingerstrasse and Shadowstrasse.