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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. 

Quick facts about Dusseldorf

Car rent
from $ 14 per day
Hotel booking
from $ 15.61 per night
Reference average prices in Dusseldorf
🌭 Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant
$ 11.79
🍕Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course
$ 56.16
🍺 Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)
$ 4.27
🚌 One-way Ticket (Local Transport)
$ 3.14
🏠 Apartment rent per month (1 bedroom in City Centre)
$ 776

Best time to visit Dusseldorf

The best time to explore the city
from mid-May to mid-September
Hotels from $15
Dusseldorf is coldest in January when the average temperature is 2°C, and hottest in August when temperatures average 18°C. The most daily sunshine is in May at 7 hrs.
The average annual rainfall for Dusseldorf is 804 mm. June is the wettest month, receiving up to 73.7mm of rain.
The weather

It is best to visit Düsseldorf in the spring and summer months, from mid-May to mid-September, for mild and enjoyable weather.

Situated in the western region of Germany, along the Rhine River, and right next to the city of Cologne, Düsseldorf is rich in culture and architecture and particularly known for its art scene, business and high fashion.

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. 

Things to do in Dusseldorf

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. 

Rhine Tower

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.


One of the oldest neighbourhoods in the city, Kaiserswerth is a beauty to behold with cobblestone streets flanked by 17th and 18th century mansions in the Baroque design.  

Sitting on the water’s edge are the ruins of the 12th century imperial castle, Kaiserpfalz; probably the most picturesque spot in the area. While exploring the neighbourhood feel free to relax at one of the cute cafes or biergartens and enjoy the serene ambiance and great view. 

Wildpark im Grafenberger Wald

Located in a 200 year old beech forest, east of the centre of Düsseldorf, is this Wildpark filled with species native to Germany. Linked by a 3 km walking trail are open habitats for the about 100 animals resident here. These include wild boars, mouflon, several species of deer, wildcats and pheasants. There is also an apiary.

The park is free to enter all year round, and visitors are encouraged to feed the animals. 


A fantastic location for an evening stroll in the summer is this promenade on the right bank of the Rhine River.

A most picture perfect spot, it is usually packed with people from the stairway at Burgplatz where people sit to read or relax, to the rows of restaurant and cafe terraces, and the boats and jetties on the water for cruises along the Rhine. 

Dusseldorf Cuisine​

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. 

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