Dusseldorf Highlights Half-Day Tour
Discover some of the most prominent sights of the seventh largest city known for its fashion industry and art scene.
On this tour you will visit:
– Museum Kunstpalast : which was founded as Kunstmuseum Düsseldorf, and is a typical communal arts collection in Germany.
– Hofgärtnerhaus: two storey 18th century building which was once used as a bank.
– Hofgarten: the central park of Düsseldorf.
– Kunsthalle Dusseldorf: for its contemporary art in this exhibition hall.
– Altstadt: known as “the longest bar in the world”, as the small Old Town has more than 300 bars and discothèques; supposedly, each establishment’s bar-counter connecting to one next door.
– St. Lambertus Church: Roman Catholic Parish church, also known as the Immerather Dom and get to know about its culture.
– Schlossturm: maritime museum which was the last remaining part of the city palace, burned down in 1882.
– Burgplatz: great shopping areas at this place.
– Marktplatz: central square in the Old Town and was created as the part of the first city expansion in the 14th century and first documented in 1392.
– Rhine Tower: 240.5 meter high telecommunications tower which carries aerials for directional radio, FM and TV transmitters.
– Neuer Zollhof: prominent landmark of Düsseldorf-Hafen, as well as the part of the redeveloped port of Germany.
– Gehry Bauten: Gehry buildings named after its world-famous American architect and designer Frank Owen Gehry, the houses were completed at the end of 1999 and have since shaped the cityscape of the state capital.
– Guiding Services
– Entrance Fees