Welcome to Düsseldorf!

 

Business stimuli, lifestyle, atmosphere and internationality: With these characteristics Düsseldorf attracts around four million overnight guests a year. Excellent connections via the third-largest airport in Germany, the city’s main railway station and several motorways make Düsseldorf easily accessible. And it is known as the “10 minute city”: a modern bus and rail network ensure quick and easy transport within the city.Düsseldorf is a leading centre of trade and commerce in Germany. Numerous international enterprises from finance, fashion, advertising, research, the chemical sector and communications along with renowned research and education institutes have their head offices here providing easy access to the knowledge of leading experts.Düsseldorf will do whatever it can to make you feel at home. The Rhenish mentality sees every guest as a temporary Düsseldorfer – warmly welcomed with the city’s typical brewery culture and regional cuisine and by friendly and hospitable Rhinelanders. And the more than 300 hotels in the city offer you a great range of accommodation.


South of Düsseldorf you will find Zollfeste Zons, the “Rhenish Rothenburg”, a romantic medieval fortification with windmill and largely preserved city walls. Hombroich Island will stun you with a special synthesis of art, architecture and lower Rhine nature, or delve into the enchanted ensemble of the Baroque Dyck moated castle. Having been Europe’s capital of culture, the Ruhr metropolis is also well worth a visit. Declared a World Cultural Heritage Site, Cologne Cathedral "Kölner Dom" is Germany's largest Cathedral and a perfect example of Gothic construction. In the south of Germany the city of Munich is situated with its famous Oktoberfest (19 September - 04 Oktober 2015)

 

Tourist Information Offices in Düsseldorf

The city of Düsseldorf counts with multiple Tourist information offices to help and guide visitors. Visit the Tourist Information Offices in Düsseldorf for personal and competent assistance from experts. These offices are the first point of call for tourists, business travellers and trade-fair visitors.

 

Tourist Information Office Central Station
Immermannstraße 65 b
Opening hours
Monday–Friday: 
9:30–19:00
Saturday:
9:30–17:00
Tourist Information Office Altstadt (Old Town)
Marktstraße/corner Rheinstraße
Opening hours
Monday–Sunday:
10:00–18:00

More information here.

Things to do in Düsseldorf

 

For an impression of all the possibilities the city offers, click here.

For booking a guided tour in advance, click here.

 

Interactive city map

The city of Düsseldorf counts with an interactive city map lets you get your bearings fast and makes it easier to find interesting places in the city. Whether museums, theatre, sights or great shopping – discovering Düsseldorf has never been easier. It is possible with technology known as “Augmented Reality”: You look at the display of your mobile camera and the sights close to youwill be shown immediately. You can also call up additional information about the different places and display directions on how to get there. To see the map now, click here.

 

Düsseldorf TO GO touristic mobile app

 

Get the whole city on your phone! Düsseldorf TO GO is available as an app for iPhones and Android.

 Düsseldorf TO GO for iPhone at iTunes
Düsseldorf TO GO for Android at Google Play Store


 




 

Lufthansa Group, Official Carrier for the FIP Congress 2015.