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Located 7 km north of Düsseldorf city centre is the Dusseldorf International Airport (DUS). It is the third largest airport in Germany and serves as a hub for Air Berlin and Eurowings.
The airport has three terminals, and transit to and from the airport is by Sky Train, train, bus, metro, taxi or car hire.
A city worth exploring, it has its commercial and modern areas in the west and Old Town (Altstadt) to the east of the city. Düsseldorf has a distinct ambiance, and is rich in modern industry and history. Some of its historical landmarks date back to the 13th century, including the Castle Tower (Schlossturm), and St. Lambertus Church, both which can be found in the Old Town.
A city of rich arts and culture, luxurious shopping and high fashion, Düsseldorf has more to offer than many imagine. A university town and important cultural centre, the city has a vibrant downtown area, over 100 art galleries and numerous museums.
Its location along the Rhine contributes to its elegance alongside serene riverside walkways, green parks and a number of wide squares. Düsseldorf is also home to the Largest Fair on the Rhine, which takes place annually for a whole week and attracts millions of visitors every time. It is a most welcoming city with much to offer.
Standing up to 240 metres tall, the Rhine Tower is located on the east side of the Medienhafen and is the tallest building in Düsseldorf.
Unveiled in 1981, this communications tower has a revolving restaurant and observation deck, which reveal fantastic views of the city below. The views are especially beautiful and romantic at sunset.
The delicious food in Dusseldorf is known for its diversity and certain influences from the NRW (North Rhine Westphalia).
A few you would come across include, maultaschen, a local dish with origins from Swabia. It consists of dumplings with fillings of spinach, minced and smoked meat, onions, breadcrumbs and spices.
There is also the popular bratwurst, a German sausage made mostly of pork but sometimes beef or veal.
Another dish is the German pot roast, sauerbraten. It can be made with a variety of meats, from pork, mutton, beef, venison, even horse. The meat is marinated for days in wine or vinegar with seasoning, before it is cooked.